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SOLD! 2003 280 Scout Abaco

SOLD!!! Thanks PFF!

We really hate to do it, but she's gotta go. Just reduced price from $62,000 to $55,900 for quick sale!

Boat is located on the Ochlockonee River in Sopchoppy(south of Tallahassee). This is one of the cleanest 03's you will see, always stored on a covered lift and thoroughly maintained. Tandem axle aluminum trailer.

PM me for more info or call 850-524-7473.

Builder: Scout

LOA: 28'
Beam: 9' 6"
LWL: 28
Maximum Draft: 20"
Displacement: 8500
Bridge Clearance: 9'

Engine Brand: Yamaha
Engine(s) HP: 225
Engine Model: Four Stroke
Cruising Speed: 32 MPH
Maximum Speed: 50 MPH
Engine Hours: 525

Fresh Water Tanks: 20
Fuel Tanks: 210
Holding Tanks: 6

Key Features​

* Standard Features​

Hull, Deck and Cockpit-Transom Hawse Pipes with 10 inch stainless steel Cleats
Self-bailing Cockpit with Overboard Drains
Cockpit Courtesy Lights
Transom Light
Stainless Steel Bow Rail
Stainless Steel Rub Rail
Stainless Steel Spring Line Cleats (2)
Stainless Steel Bow Chocks
Anchor Roller with Cleat
Companionway Hatch with Lockable Door
Opening Windscreen
Cockpit Coming Bolsters​

* Helm Deck​

Self-Bailing Floor Drains
Stainless Helm and Companion Seats with Cushions that fold into Leaning Bolsters
Switch Panel Station with Storage Shelf and Cargo Netting
Tilt Helm Station
15 inch Stainless Steel Wheel
50 Square Feet of Fishing Area
In Deck Fish boxes with Pump Out System (2)
35 Gallon Livewell with Light and Gas Shock Assist Lid
Bait Prep Station with 96 Quart Icebox and Sink
Stainless Steel Flush Mount Rod holders (4)
Horizontal Rod Racks in Cockpit (4)
Port / Starboard Tackle Racks with Drawers and Hangers
Full Canvas Enclosure!​

* Systems​

Fresh Water Wash down with 20 Gallon Tank
On board 3 Bank Battery Charger with 3 Batteries
Raw Water wash down with Hose
30A 125V Shore Power Connector with 1 50' Cord
AC and DC Distribution Panels with Circuit Breakers
1100 gph Bilge Pumps Fore and Aft
Navigational Lights
Hydraulic Steering
Recessed Trim Tabs​

* Cabin / Galley​

Microwave Oven
Butane Stove
Cold Water Sink (Hot Optional)
Galley Cabinets
Stainless Steel Galley Handrail
110V Receptacle
Interior Lighting Package
AM/FM Stereo CD Player Speakers
Fully Cushioned V-Berth with 6' Bunks
Aft Berth with Fully Cushioned Bunk Storage
V-Berth Cabin-Side Storage Compartments
Removable Pedestal Mount Table with V-Berth Filler Cushion
Horizontal Rod Storage
Cabin Deck Hatch​

* Head​

Completely Private with Door
Integral Sink Includes Pull-out Spigot with Cold Water (Hot Optional)
Vanity with Storage
110V Receptacle with Ground Fault Protection
Vanity Light and Over Head Light
Shower Sump with 750 gph Pump
China Bowl Toilet with 6 Gallon Tanks
Swim Platform​

* Electronics & Optional Features​

Garmin GPSmap 232
Furuno FCV-582L Bottom Machine with Airmar 1kw Transducer
Sitex Radar
VHF Radio
JBL AM/FM/CD player XM Ready
Removable Boarding Ladder
Full Windshield
Hardtop with Overhead Spreader Lights & Electronics Box
LED Trim Indicator Switch
Rocket Launchers
18' Outriggers Rupp Top Gun
Overboard Discharge
Tandem Axle Aluminum Trailer, torsion bars, brakes, two spare tires, great shape.​


* Beam: 9' 5"
* Holding Tank: 6 gallons
* Weight: 5100
* Draft: 20"
* Fuel Capacity: 210 gallons​


4,243 Posts
Those are way sweet boats, We have sold several of them, and i have fished a few of them as well,, good luck in your sale, let me know if i can help you in any way..

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Man, I would LOVE a boat like that but it's, sadly, out of my price range. Nice boat, good luch with the sale. If you decide to give it away for tax purposes give me a call!

632 Posts
One of my favorite boats made. To bad I'm a broke college student.

Just out of curiosity what the fuel burn at cruise?

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Discussion Starter #7
Sorry for the delayed response, I appreciate all the compliments.

The boat cruises around 1.8-2.0 MPG with good conditions.

Also, all PM's have been responded to.

I just added a couple (low quality) pictures in the original post too. Couple shots from Key West (lobster season) and the boat sitting on the covered lift on the river (freshwater).
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