A distinctive boat with a reverse transom and oversized console, the Scout 320 LXF is a super-deluxe sportfisher designed as much for family cruising and entertaining as she was for fishing. It would be difficult to overstate the luxury of the 320 LXFmuch of her standard equipment is normally optional on other boats if it is even offered at all. With her posh upholstery, powder-coated rails, and meticulous finish, it will come as no surprise to learn that the 320 is among the most expensive boats in her class. Standard features include an integrated T-top/windshield, U-shaped bow seats with storage under, combined leaning post/livewell with sink and tackle drawers, dual swim platforms with teak overlay, transom door, in-deck fish boxes, folding rear seat, transom storage (port/starboard), windlass, pull-up cleats, and walk-in console with marine head, sink and berth. Storage is abundant, and molded pods aft of the forward seats contain sink/tackle drawers to port and storage (or optional grill) to starboard. A large hatch built into the transom gives access to the pump room and additional storage. Twin Yamaha F300s reach a top speed in the low-to-mid 40s.