the right model Zodiac, we can use the boat for a lot of purposes.
They'll pull a water skier, and my brother might choose to go
fishing with it. These boats are incredibly light for their size,
so are much easier to tow than a regular boat. Besides, I've got
my Suburban as a dive/tow vehicle,
and it should make short work of the job.
24' Hurricane H733 OB w/ diver side door...
is a French company that manufactures a complete range of inflatables.
They also own some of the other brands, like Avon. There are distinct
lines for leisure and commercial/military, with the latter being
much more overdesigned, larger, and more expensive. The boat above
is about a $40-50K vehicle, for example. I'd go for that one if
funds are unlimited, but the leisure line is much more reasonable.
Medline I and II would make excellent choices for a diving platform.
Avon Adventure 450...
the Avons quite a lot too. These boats are outfitted pretty nicely.
The Adventure 450 costs about $14K new, and would make an awesome
dive boat for 4 divers.
really make one of these boats ideal, we need to outfit it with
the proper accessories:
This is just a little solar powered water rinse so you can get
the salt out of your eyes.
Ladder: So you can get out.
Never get on a dive boat without an oxygen set.
In case you need ot call for help.
Gear: A GPS and Depth Sounder to find just the right spot.