Scout has added another boat to its luxury fleet. The 300 LXF is the fourth model in this category, joining the 275 LXF, 320 LXF and 350 LXF.
The boat is a capable fishing platform, as well as a high-end day cruiser with ample seating from bow to stern. One interesting feature is the C-Zone digital switching electronics system. With its remote key fob, you can control different electronics with the touch of a button.
Scout builds the 300 LXF like its other boats, with a patented hardtop that has a tempered glass enclosure, offering clear sightlines for the helmsman. She comes standard with a deluxe fiberglass leaning post with a bait well and tackle drawers, dual Airmar custom helm seats with folding leaning bolsters and armrests, a sink and rod holders, power assist hydraulic steering and an aft under-deck systems station with storage.
Forward seating fills the bow area. Fishbox or storage space is under the bow seating. There’s also a cooler seat on the forward side of the console.
The console houses a stainless steel sink with a Corian vanity and mirror, and a cushioned berth. The cushion folds for extra space. Additional standard features include an electric marine head with a 10-gallon holding tank (with overboard discharge and dockside pumpout) and Lenco trim tabs.
Powered by twin 300-hp 4-strokes, the Scout tops out at nearly 61 mph. At about 34 mph, she gets 1.9 mpg, riding a patented Nu-V3 hull. She holds 212 gallons of fuel. The boat’s first public showing was scheduled for the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Pricing was unavailable.
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November 2014 issue