Scout Boats 282 Sportfish - Center Console Boat
New 2009 Scout Boats - 282 Sportfish - Center Console
2007 Scout Boats 282 Sportfish Description
The 282 Sportfish, new for 2006, showcases Scout’s technologically-designed hull which offers unparalleled performance and fuel efficiency. This power packed 28’ center console boasts an oversized 205-gallon fuel tank, which allows anglers to get to the fishing grounds and back with unprecedented range – and is remarkably reliable with factory-installed Yamaha power. The revolutionary hull combined with the bow flare assures a very dry and exceptionally smooth ride. Standard features include a forward 416-quart insulated fish box and a 165-quart stern port fish box, a bait prep station complete with fresh water sink/ dual tackle storage and a completely private head with a locking door.
- Length Over All: 28 Feet and 2 inches.
- Draft: 1 Feet and 3 inches.
- Beam: 9 Feet and 6 inches.
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 205
- Dry Weight: 4900
2007 Scout Boats 282 Sportfish Standard Features
Hull, Deck and Cockpit:
Self-Bailing Cockpit w/ Overboard Drains
Cockpit Courtesy Lights
316 S.S. Recessed Bow Grab Rail
316 S.S. Spring Line Cleats (2)
Acrylic Wind Screen
Wave Gate w/ Stern Seat
Yamaha Command Link Gauges (Round shaped)
Mechanically Actuated, Locking Electronic Storage in Dash
13” S.S. Wood Grain Wheel w/ Power Knob
Top-quality fishboat with distinctive Carolina-style bow flare, sculptured lines takes center-console design to the next level. Efficient deck layout features transom bait-prep station with sink and tackle storage, port and starboard 35-gallon aft livewells, forward fishboxes, private head with sink. Deluxe leaning post has backrest, foldaway footrest. Note powder-coated metalwork, standard T-top with electronics box. Recessed bow rails, pop-up cleats mean no snagged lines. Yamaha 250s reach close to 50 knots wide open.
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