Scout Boats is debuting its largest model to date and its newest addition to the popular Abaco Series line, the all new 350 Abaco Series.
According to Scout Boats…
The 350, four years in the making, was designed in conjunction with world renown naval architect Michael Peters. Once again, Scout has created a fuel efficient hull design without sacrificing the high performance characteristics of the model. Showcasing a top speed of over 50 mph / 45+ knots and a cruising range of 450 miles due in part to its dual tank 330 gallon fuel capacity and twin Yamaha 350 hp engines, the flagship vessel is also extremely agile.
Scout’s newest creation also houses a unique, oneofakind fullyfinished systems room that rivals engine rooms on multimillion dollar sportfishers. One can step down in the systems room with ease, taking advantage of an uncluttered working area and ample lighting to service every major systems component within easy reach.
Fishing features are more than abundant on the 350, including 85 square feet of cockpit area; a 60quart insulated bait well with overboard drain and 1100 gph pump; rigging station with fresh water sink and bait freezer box with trays; numerous rod holders including six in the gunnel and a unique clearing trolling rod holder setup in the forward cockpit; four undergunnel rod storage racks; horizontal rod storage above the dinette area and dedicated space below deck large enough to hold seven more rods; and a hard top which houses bomar hatches, recessed speakers, spreader lights, courtesy lights, map light and a molded radar pod.
With 3 berths (a forward master berth with deluxe mattress, midstarboard cabin dinette conversion berth and aft cabin berth), the model more than comfortably sleeps five. Custom cherry wood lines the interior of the cabin, including the cabinetry and adjustable dinette table with seating arrangements for four people.
The sole is teak and holly, while the main closet is cedarlined. Premium quality leather touch vinyl can be found in the headliner and dinette cushions. There’s even carved glass art designed by Guy Harvey and produced by world renown glass sand carver Lex Melfi to add to the aesthetics.
Source: Scout Boats