Scout Boats are Worth the Price

Innovation Award

At Scout, we understand that a boat, which most people use for recreation and weekend fun, can be a big-ticket item. With so much on the line, purchasing a boat is certainly not something you want to do carelessly.

You need to take your time, be patient, and get all the information available. Like purchasing a car or a home, a boat is not always about the bottom line, as there are many factors that should be considered.

We’d like to show you why a Scout boat is worth the money. You’ll see how superior designs, outstanding reliability, and a wide range of features results in a value that few other boat manufacturers can match.

Innovative Thinking from the Very Beginning

We take pride in our research and development process, not only because it allows us to put our brand’s character into each model, but also because it results in boats that are unique, elegant, and stylish. Many boat makers hire out their boat designs, but we do everything in house, utilizing one of the best design teams in the industry.

Hand-Laid Construction

At Scout, we use a 100% hand-laid build process. From the first layer to the last, our fiberglass boats use a hand-laid system. Many brands use a spray system, then hand lay one or two layers and call the product “hand-laid.” But at Scout, everything is completely done by hand, resulting in superior strength to weight ratio.

Durable, Long-Lasting Boats

Our boats are created for long-lasting quality, and we use innovative designs, as well as advanced materials, to achieve these goals. This is best seen in the reverse shoebox design of our boats. Picture a shoebox: The lip of the lid that encompasses the box itself, surrounding it on all sides except the bottom. This is what we do with our hulls and decks, only upside down. The decks fit inside hull and both pieces are bonded together. This enables the two pieces to become one, enhancing the strength and long lasting quality of the boat. Our reverse shoebox design results in boats that keep their shape much longer than average fiberglass boats.

Because wood can rot, we never use this material in any part of our boats. By using composite materials for every single piece, our boats last longer in the water.

Excellence is in the Details

Sometimes you have to look closely to see a product’s excellence. With a Scout, you can look around the corners and inside the hinges and doors to find unique, refined details, such the finished bilges. You wouldn’t notice this detail unless you’re inside the boat, but it’s a small detail that makes a Scout superior. Little things like clean screw-head alignments and superior wiring relays make our boats a marvel of refined details.

The Best Warranty Around

A warranty is an important factor when purchasing a boat. Simply put, Scout Boats has the best warranty in the industry. Our three-year limited stem to stern warranty covers everything in the boat for the first year and all parts and materials for years two years after that.

There is also a ten-year structural hull warranty that covers any structural problems whatsoever for an entire decade. We stand behind our boats and we stand behind our warranties, ensuring you have a vessel that you can enjoy for many years to come.

Find a Boat the Meets Your Specific Needs

You can find the perfect boat for your needs. Contact us today and we’ll help you start choosing sizes, features, and more. Take home a Scout and get a boat you can count on for years.

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