Genesis Interiors Collaborates with Scout Boats

Look for the Scout 530 LXF to debut at the Miami International Boat Show.

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Genesis Interiors has collaborated with Scout Boats on the builder's new flagship, the Scout 530 LXF, scheduled to premiere at the Miami International Boat Show in February.Scout Boats/Genesis Interiors

Genesis Interiors has collaborated with Scout Boats on the Scout 530 LXF, which is scheduled to premiere at the Miami International Boat Show in February.

The Fort Lauderdale-based design company specializes in work by Italian craftsmen. The Scout 530 LXF is a first-time partnership for Genesis Interiors with the boatbuilder.

“Because our revolutionary day yacht design on board our 530 LXF is evident throughout the entire model, we knew it was also important to take that sophisticated design and feel belowdeck as well,” Scout Boats President Steve Potts stated in a press release. “Our goal was to create something special that gave customers the impression they were stepping into a private jet or even a luxury home, not just a belowdeck afterthought that you find on other models.”

The 53-foot-long 530 LXF will be the new flagship for Scout Boats, whose smallest models are 17 feet length overall. With quad 425-horsepower Yamaha outboards, the 530 has a top speed of 57 miles per hour, according to the builder. Cruising speed is reportedly 39 mph.

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The interior has bleached-oak cabinetry, backlit onyx, leather accents and more. Genesis is known for its working superyachts and down scaled its ideas to work within the vessel's 53 feet length overall.Scout Boats/Genesis Interiors

“Our company is used to working on designs for superyachts with larger interior spaces, and for ultra-high-net-worth clients,” Roberto Lottini, president of Genesis Interiors, stated in the same press release. “We had to figure out how to shrink both the design features and budget to fit within a 53-foot yacht.”

What to look for in the Scout 530 LXF's décor: bleached-oak cabinetry, simulated teak soles, backlit onyx, leather accents and more.