I like it. Easy enough to set up. Kinda heavy if you were thinking of packing it very far but awesome for pulling up to a boat launch and getting on the water quick. Feels good in the water. Not tippy and easy for 2 novice paddlers to navigate. Real happy with the purchase and the free shipping was nice.
LOVE IT ! LOVE IT ! LOVE IT !The call I was waiting for finally came. My son asked me to go canoeing with him. I jumped at the opportunity. You see, I bought my Sea Eagle Kayak as a Christmas present to myself last December. I was waiting for the call of the wild and fun child. He Called !! We went and now he LOVES IT TOO !! PHOTOS next time : ) HAPPY HAPPY JOY JOY Melissa Brooks
Every aspect of our experience has been stellar. Customer service and delivery was prompt, set-up was easy, and the boat performed as advertised. We greatly enjoyed our day on the water, and look forward to enlightening others to the benefits of owning an inflatable.
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What is the Difference Between Drop Stitch Flooring and Plastic Panels?
If you’re like many shoppers, you’re doing your research before you dive in and buy an inflatable kayak or boat. Many people see ‘drop stitch’ flooring and ask what the difference is between it and plastic floorboards. There’s a common misconception that plastic floorboards are more stable and reliable than drop stitch floorboards. So what are the advantages of the inflatable drop stitch floor in our kayaks and boats over plastic panels often found in other cheaper inflatable kayaks? There are three key things to consider: Overall Boat Weight Savings – With a 10ft boat, you’re looking at saving a good 10 – 15 lbs in weight with an inflatable drop stitch floor, versus a plastic floorboard. Shorter Assembly Time – On average, it only takes about 10 – 15 minutes to inflate a boat with drop stitch flooring (and even quicker if you’ve got a motorized pump!), while it can take up to 25 minutes with plastic floorboards. Smaller Storage Space – For RVers, this is especially important. The drop stitch floor rolls up with the boat, saving you precious cargo space. A plastic floorboard will gobble up another 40″ x 36″ x4″ of valuable storage space. This is definitely not ideal for people with limited space capacity. If you’re looking to pack and go, drop stitch is the way to go. Its stability, durability, and ease of use makes it ideal for people looking to get on the water as soon as possible, without eating up a bunch of storage space. Not sure which boat is right for you? We’ve got a post for that, too! As always, if you’ve got any additional questions, feel free to contact us directly. Captain Curtis is ready to answer your questions or lay your concerns to rest.
Gone Fishin’ PART1
In nearly two decades of selling portable boats to portable people we get a lot of questions. Most of these questions have something to do with fishing from an inflatable boat. “I get it!” Sharp hooks and blow up boats don’t mix do they? I don’t know how many times and how many different ways I’ve explained why a fishhook won’t poke a hole in a Sea Eagle boat. The answer that seems to make the most sense is that when your hard boat has a hole and starts to sink… the Search and Rescue boat that rushes to your aide will most likely be an inflatable boat. Sea Eagle Fishing Boats and Kayaks, and now even Stand-Up-Paddleboards (Sup’s), are divided into four price and quality groups. Over the next several posts we’ll talk about each of these four groups. 1. Sea Eagle’s lowest price way to wet a line are the roomy traditional raft shaped Sea Eagle SE 9 Fisherman’s Dream ($399) or the Sea Eagle 370 Sport kayak Sport Fishing Package ($289) which includes a Multi-Purpose Storage Box with two rod holders! The perfect package for the fisherman on a budget. Both are constructed with 38 Mill Marine Grade Vinyl. The thickest and toughest in the industry and is designed to hold up to the rocks, shells, tree limbs and other abuses found in and along most rivers and streams. The SE9 also has a removable high pressure (up to 2 psi) I-beam reinforced inflatable floor encased in superior high strength protective nylon fabric sheath for rigidity. Rigid enough to stand and cast. Coming soon…. Gone Fishin” Part 2 will cover the new Sea Eagle PackFish. Gone Fishin” Part 3 will cover the Sea Eagle 285, Sea Eagle Stealth Stalker 10, and Sea Eagle 385 FastTrack, our three awesome Mean Green Fishing Machines. Gone Fishin” Part 4 will cover the new drop-stitch all new Sea Eagle FishSup and the exciting new Sea Eagle FishSkiff 16( pictured below).