Sea Eagle SE300X Explorer Inflatable Kayak, Pro Package

Sea Eagle SE300X Explorer Inflatable Kayak, Pro Package


  • Exterior: 9'10' x 3'3' Weight: 30 lbs. Capacity: 1 Adult or 395 lbs.
  • Whitewater Rating: Suitable up to Class IV
  • Chambers: 3 (port, starboard & floor) Air Valves: 3 Recessed One Way
  • Material: 1000 Denier Reinforced / Floor: Separate High Pressure Drop Stitch Floor / Seams: Overlapped seams
  • Inflation time: 5 mins
  • Summary

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Is this kayak suitable for ocean / saltwater?

    Thank you for your interest in Sea Eagle Boats. You most certainly can use all our inflatables in salt water, and our Explorer kayaks are rated for up to Class IV rapids, so it works very well in the ocean, up to the equivalent of class IV rapids.

    Does the paddle float?

    Yes it does.

    I see everywhere this kayak is rated for class iv rapids.... by who? what organization?

    Class 4 white water rating and all Sea Eagle kayak class ratings are determined by Sea Eagle Boats, Inc. an entity with well over 50+ years of kayak manufacturing and design experience. You may also like to know that by purchasing from 'ehome' on Amazon, an authorized Amazon Sea Eagle dealer since 2013, the famous Sea Eagle 3-year warranty is also valid. (Our authorized dealer status can be confirmed on Sea Eagle’s website. Scroll to bottom of Sea Eagle’s main web page, click ‘Dealers’, click ‘FL’ and you will see our parent company EverythingHOME listed – known as ehome on Amazon.) If Amazon does not currently have us rotated as the seller featured in the main “Buy Box” offer at the top-right of this listing page, to ensure you purchase from Amazon seller, ‘ehome’, please scroll down to find us among other sellers listed below the main featured offer for this item and add to your cart under our name. Thank you again and we hope we can help!

    Durable for fishing ?

    I don't see why not. It's rated for class 4 whitewater. We have used ours more on the Colorado River than on flat water. Not sure what conditions you fish, but I have found the Explorer to be durable and stable.