We have upgraded from our old (small) dinghy to a 14' Zodiac with 50HP OB. Total weight is around 625 lbs. We will be towing it behind our 340 Sundancer. I do not trust a single connection point at the bow eye (U-bolt) for towing, unless in calm water at no wake speeds. My goal is to be able to tow this boat when on plane at 25-28knts when necessary. So, I will be using a three point bridle to connect to the Zodiac. The center will go to the U-bolt boy eye. The other two will connect with one of the following options: 1. Use the SS eye pads thru bolted into the rigid hull of the Zodiac. Two of them, mounted on the forward quarters of the hull on the Zodiac. This is the most secure method, but the idea of 8 bolt holes at or below the waterline does not excite me. OR 2. Use the large glue on D-Ring tow eyes attached to the tubes and then either: A. Connect directly to each of those D-rings for 2 connections, plus the 3rd on the bow eye. OR B. A method I have read and heard about but never tried, Run the 2nd and third bridle line thru the D-rings but don't connect them, simply use the D-ring as a "rigging pass thru", then run the lines all the way to the stern of the dinghy and attach to the two U-bolt tie-down tow eyes. The D-rings keep the lines aligned and help keep the bow up. Thanks in advance!