Scout 260 LXF

The 260 LXF mixes a sleek profile with numerous fishing features.
Courtesy Scout Boats

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Scout’s new 260 LXF, which replaces the 255 LXF, boasts a maximum power rating of 400 hp, a ­146-gallon fuel capacity, a beam of 8 feet, 11 ­inches, and 100 percent hand-laid construction with a completely finished bilge, lids, doors and hatches. It features a forward lounge seat, side door, in-sole fish boxes, and an extended walkable transom. An integrated fiberglass hardtop complements this model’s sleek profile, which includes a sweeping sheerline, a wide Carolina flare to shed spray, and Scout’s trademark tumblehome in the stern quarters. Other standard features include a Seakeeper Ride trim-control system, six stainless-steel ­flush-mounted rod holders, a livewell in the port quarter, two wireless phone chargers, a 45-quart Yeti cooler, and a step-down console interior with a porcelain marine head. Notable options include multiple Garmin ­display-screen upgrades, hardtop-mounted rocket launchers, power-assisted hydraulic steering, a forward canvas deck shade, and much more. The 260 LXF is available with single- or dual-outboard engine packages from Mercury or Yamaha. 

Length:26’0″Beam:8’11”Draft:1’8″Weight:NAFuel:146 gal.Max HP:400MSRP:$190,734 (base w/ single Yamaha F300 outboard w/ DEC)


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