Welcome to the forum.
My vote goes with an Hitachi M12V. This is the old model, not the new one. I don't like Porter-Cable but the Makita 3612 is nice. It won't take big bits but it is good for skis, foots and tables.
1. ½" chuck (with 1/4" sleeve and metric sleeves if necessary)
2. 2 wrench collet (getting scarce but search for it - sometimes it is hidden or it can be retrofitted.)
3. Variable speed (8,000 rpm to >24,000 rpm -- nice but close to useless <3HP, but mandatory >3HP)
4. plunge base mandatory. it can do everything the other bases can do.
5. Soft start
6. Light weight but versatile and powerful (not likely but one can dream)
7. 1¾" (1 ½" hole with a 1/8" shoulder) brass template guides (ideal but not likely)
8. can be easily modified for large panel bits and strong enough for table use.
9. straight edge guide holes are adequate for ski and foot use.
In Europe you have a much reduced selection to ours but you have Trend, which are pretty good and many of the brands but not necessarily models that we have.
Get ready for a lot of discussion on this one.