I think Prop shop
will do a suitable prop for that boat. It will be more expensive than a white metal prop, but you can choose to have it investment cast in silicone bronze, aluminium or stainless steel (the choice is yours at the time of ordering), this will be be much stronger than white metal, which I find are very easy to bend in use. The quality is top notch, and the prop will come polished and balanced. Simon will tap the prop to the thread of your choice, or you can have it unthreaded if you prefer a grub screw or pinning the prop to the shaft.