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Sea Eagle 3-Person Inflatable Kayak

Sea Eagle 3-Person Inflatable Kayak

Description

The Sea Eagle 3 Person Inflatable Portable Kayak is a versatile and convenient option for outdoor enthusiasts. With a maximum capacity of 650 lbs, it can comfortably accommodate three people. Weighing only 26 lbs, it is lightweight and easy to transport.

The kayak is suitable for up to Class III whitewater, making it suitable for a variety of experiences. The 370 Deluxe Kayak Package includes two movable Kayak Seats, 2 paddles, a foot pump, and a carry bag, providing everything you need for your kayaking adventures.

The kayak comes with two AB30 7'10'' 4 Part Paddles that feature an asymmetrical blade and aluminum shaft. Additionally, it is equipped with two skegs on the bottom for better tracking and speed.

The Sea Eagle kayak features high-frequency welded seams for added durability. It has an open and close drain valve, along with five deluxe 1-way inflation/deflation valves for easy inflation and deflation. The recommended inflation pressure is 1.1 psi.

Now let's address some frequently asked questions:

Q: Can a dog ride in this without its claws popping the kayak?

A: My dog has been! I think it would take some real effort for her to pop it, though probably not impossible. I've been pretty rough with mine, and I only got one small hole on the bottom, probably from dragging it over oyster beds. The patch kit fixed it in five min, and it has been fine since. I love it!

Q: My wife and I are deciding between the Sea Eagle 330 or Sea Eagle SE370 for tandem or single use. How manageable is this with only one person?

A: I take our SE370 out alone about 80% of the time. High winds will push it around some, but it is manageable with one person. It is ideal for two people because of the room. Three would be too crowded in my opinion. For single use only, I would probably lean towards the 330.

Q: I have a few questions: 1. Is this easy to maneuver with just one person? We want to be able to go with one or two adults. 2. If you have owned this for a while, can anyone speak to long-term durability? 3. I am concerned about safety with taking my two small children out. Has anyone had an issue with a fast leak?

A: 1) I mostly use this as a one-person unit. It's easy to maneuver, especially with speed boats and jet skis zipping by. I am 5'10" and also use it with my son who is 5'9". We still have room for a small ice chest, rope, water bag, and water containers. 2) I've had mine for about a year. I use it in the hot Arizona sun, and I've yet to have a leak. My brother ran it over with a Ford F-150 inflated, and it's still going strong. 3) I wouldn't be too concerned about taking anyone out, kids or adults. We have carried a small kid who weighed about 60 pounds in addition to myself and my son at Mission Bay, and it did well.

Q: Does the SE370 Pro include the storage bag and other equipment as shown on the Sea Eagle website?

A: For the most part, yes. However, from what I understand, the one on Sea Eagle's website included a dry bag. This one does not have that. It does have the carrying duffle, paddles, pump, etc.

Summary

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a dog ride in this without it's claws popping the kayak?

My dog has been! I think it would take some real effort for her to pop it, though probably not impossible. I've been pretty rough with mine though and only got one small hole on the bottom, probably from dragging it over oyster beds. The patch kit fixed it in five min and it has been fine since. I love it!

My wife and I deciding between the Sea Eagle 330 or Sea Eagle SE370 for tandem or single use. How manageable is this with only one person?

I take our SE370 out alone about 80% of the time. High winds will push it around some but it is manageable w/1 person. Ideal for 2 people because of the room. 3 would be too crowded IMHO. For single use only I would probably lean towards the 330.

I have a few questions: 1. Is this easy to maneuver with just one person? we want to be able to go with one or two adults. 2. If you have owned this for while, can anyone speak to long term durability? 3. I am concerned about safety with taking my two small children out. Has anyone had an issue with a fast leak?

1)I mostly use this as a one person unit. Its easy to maneuver, especially with speed boats and jetskis zipping by. I am 5’10” and also use it with my son who is 5’9”. We still have room for small ice chest, rope, water bag, and water containers. 2) I’ve had mine for about a year. I use it in the hot Arizona sun. I’ve yet to have a leak. My brother ran it over with a Ford F-150 inflated and it’s still going strong. 3) I wouldn’t be too concerned about taking anyone out, kids or adults. We have carried a small kid who weighed about 60 pounds in addition to myself and my son at Mission bay and it did well.

Does the SE370 Pro include the storage bag, and other equipment, as shown in the Sea Eagle web site?

for the most part yes. However from what I understand the one on sea Eagles website included a dry bag. This one does not have that. It does have the carrying duffle paddles pump etc