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    ZODIAC LAUNCHES NEW N-ZO 600
    Zodiac Marine, a world leader in the manufacturing and distribution of inflatable boats, RIBs, tenders and life rafts, launch the new N-Zo 600, a 19’8” high quality RIB brimming with innovation and thoughtful design features at this year’s Southampton Boat Show.

    Zodiac has worked with renowned Italian designer Vittorio Garroni to produce the N-Zo 600 which brings a fresh approach to modern RIB design. The attractive central console has been developed to minimise floor space and increase the boat's interior area without compromise to the helm comfort or usability. A spacious aft saloon area, previously unheard of in boats of this size, provides wrap around seating and access to the stern bathing platform. A luxury fold-out sundeck converts the forward seating area to a full relaxing area. A glass fibre moulding is incorporated into the bow to facilitate an anchor deployment facility. There are large sealed storage lockers in both the bow and stern areas.

    The deep V hull configuration provides N-Zo 600 passengers with a smooth ride in even the toughest conditions while the 0.6m (2 foot) diameter Hypalon tubes keep the RIB safe and dry. Designed for outboards up to 150hp the N-Zo 600 is a fast and extremely comfortable RIB that exudes the quality and craftsmanship of this highly respected builder.

    Zodiac N-Zo 600 Dimensions:
    Length overall 19’8” 5.99m
    Inside length 16’6” 5.03m
    Beam overall 8’4” 2.54m
    Inside beam 4’3” 1.3m

    The N-Zo can be seen at the Southampton Boat Show on the Zodiac stand number DO25.

    ZODIAC LAUNCHES THE MEDLINE 540
    Zodiac Marine shows the new Medline 540 for the first time in the UK. A superb looking RIB that has been designed for easy use, with a power-to-weight ratio that produces excellent performance from moderate engine power.

    The Medline 540 accommodates a single outboard engine up to a maximum 100hp located in a separate engine well surrounded by a teak decked bathing platform. Passengers enjoy considerable comfort in seating areas fore and aft, both of which fold flat for full sun bed relaxing areas. The bow seating area also has a table system which creates a comfortable dining area, while a GRP bow roller fitting is incorporated for easy anchor launch and retrieve. Storage lockers are available in the bow and stern areas.

    Zodiac has gained an enviable reputation for both quality production and innovative design with the Medline 540 an excellent example of both. Considerable thought has been placed into the easy of launch from a trailer, keeping weight to a minimum without compromise to the strength and longevity of the boat. The tubes are available in a choice of PVC or neoprene both of which are robust and easy to clean and maintain.

    Zodiac’s Medline 540 Dimensions:

    Length overall 17’9” 5.4m
    Inside length 14’9” 4.5m
    Beam 7’6” 2.28m
    Inside beam 4’1” 1.25m
    Tube diameter 1’8” 0.52m

    The new Medline 540 can be seen at Southampton Boat Show on the Zodiac stand number DO25.
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