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Intex Seahawk II Boat Set

by Intex
233 customer reviews
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  • Grab handle on both sides
  • Boston valve on main hull chamber for quick-fill & fast-deflate
  • All around grab line
  • Inflatable I-Beam floor for comfort and rigidity
  • Has welded rotationary oar locks on each side
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Product Description

Product Description

The Intex Seahawk II seats three people and comes with oars an inflation pump gear pouch and battery pouch. It features two air chambers for safety all-around grab rope grab handles on both ends two fishing rod holders inflatable floor for comfort and rigidity welded rotational oar locks and U.S. Coast Guard I.D.The Seahawk II has two Boston valves on the main hull chamber for quick-fill and fast deflation. The SUPER-TOUGH construction is triple strong made with 3 separate layers of material for extra strength and durability- two outer layers of heavy-gauge PVC laminated to an inner layer of polyester mesh for extra reinforcement.Features grab line around the entire boat, inflatable floor for comfort. Two fishing rod holders, 2 inflatable seat cushions, 1 gear pouch and 1 battery pouch. Grab handle on both ends, welded-on rotationary oar locks. Oar holders 54-Inch aluminum oars, high output pump 3 person, 660-Pounds capacity- U.S. Coast Guard I.D. Dimensions 117 x 50 x 18-Inch.

Seahawk II Boat Set for up to 3 people includes pump and 54" aluminum oars. Made from SUPER-TOUGH vinyl for durability. Rock guard trim around outer edge. Has two fishing pole holders. US Coast Guard approved.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 116.9 x 50 x 18.1 inches ; 41.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 44 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00177J4XO
  • Item model number: 68347EP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (233 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #211,456 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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172 of 176 people found the following review helpful By Matthew W. Gudenius on August 29, 2010
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I debated long and hard between getting the Excursion 5 and the Seahawk II. I wanted a boat that I could immediately take out and go rowing, but one that is durable (sometimes there are branches sticking up in the shallow river here) and comfortable. I also wanted to get a boat that I could eventually mount a motor on in the future.

After reading tons of reviews -- and going to the Intex website and other forums -- I bought the Excursion 5 because some forums said the Seahawk II doesn't have motor mount points (this is not true -- it would be nice if Amazon's site would specify this) and some people on here commented that the Excursion 5 is made out of the same "Super-Tough" material as the Seahawk II (this is also not true, but it's very confusing and even the Intex website doesn't make it clear. The Seahawk II is more rigid, can be inflated to higher pressure, and is more puncture-resistant because it is actually a 3-ply system including Super-Tough PVC OVER a nylon fabric layer -- neither Amazon nor Intex website make this clear. I found out through the Cabela's website)

As soon as the Excursion 5 arrived, I realized I had bought the wrong boat for rowing my girlfriend and I around. The boat is too wide and oars too short to really reach into the water well, and the oar locks are fixed in place -- not rotational like the Seahawk II. These two factors make the boat nearly impossible to row.

I immediately ordered the Seahawk II and have taken it out and it is great to row around in (comfy for 2 people, I don't see how you could fit 3.) I thought about what to do with the Excursion 5, and I've decided to keep it because it is a bigger boat and seems like it could be fun to take a larger group (up to 4) people out on it, once I get a motor and mount.
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70 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Mighty Mujo on September 2, 2008
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The raft performed well on river trip with a few Class I (borderline Class II) rapids. There is one major problem. The oars that came with the raft both broke, or rather, the cheap plastic couplings that held them together broke. These oars are not designed for rigorous rowing; not fun when it snaps while trying to line up for a run through the rapids. Fortunately, one of my group had a spare set of oars. If you buy this raft, be prepared to purchase a decent set of oars, but realize that they will have to fit through relatively small oar locks. The hand pump worked well. About 10-15 minutes of steady pumping to fill up the raft. The included duffle bag is also too small. The raft, oars, and pump barely fit shipped from the factory. Good luck trying to get the raft rolled tight enough to get it back in the bag after use. The bag is still useful to hold the pump and the remaining fragments of your broken oars, though.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Jay R on August 18, 2011
I thought I'd post some helpful tips rather than a review of this great boat as there are so many reviews already.

If you get some cheap umbrellas with soft, round foam handles, these fit into the fishing pole holders and make great sunshades if you are just lazing about on the water.

The seats are too big unless you are sitting upright fishing. Get some of the cheap, rectangular, inflatable pillows from the travel shop and use them. A fraction the weight, a few breaths to blow up by mouth and just the right size for sitting on.

You can't row this boat hard with the supplied oars as the middle coupling joining the two parts of the oars is fairly cheap plastic. Make sure the poles are pushed fully into the coupling as this helps. Leisurely rowing only as, even if you upgrade the oars, the rowlocks will snap if you pull really hard.

You can blow this boat up to a much higher pressure than a normal vinyl one so don't be scared. There is a loose vinyl gauge that you hold against two lines printed on the boat too see how hard to blow it up. This is really easy to lose but if you glue one end to the correct place on the boat you won't lose it. As it's only glued at one end, it won't stretch with the boat so still works as it should.

If you pull it out onto the bank for lunch, don't forget to let a little bit of air out. On the river the water keeps the air inside cold, when you pull it out of the water into the sun, you lose this cooling and the pressure raises quite a lot.

Hope these tips are of use.
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82 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Alberto Cajigas Jr. on September 2, 2008
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A couple of months ago we wanted to go rafting down the Truckee river in Lake Tahoe, but they wanted to charge us $35 per person and it was already late too. So we decided to come back some other time with our own boat and gear. About a month ago, I bought a Seahwak II inflatable boat from Amazon and some life saver vests for my boys. I had no previous experience rafting down a river, so I wanted to be cautious. The weather forecast was more windy and colder than the day before. However, after 3 and a half hours of rafting we made it! There were times when I thought the boat was just gonna break from the rocks and tree branches hanging on the river. Other times when the river became more aggressive we just hold to the boat really hard and the boat did pretty good. I was really impressed that at the end of the trip after hitting rocks, branches and bridges columns the boat looked like new. We saw other boats almost full of water and just about to die, but our boat looked just fine. I would highly recommend this awesome boat.

Update: 7/30/2012
It's been 4 years and our boat is still kicking. Now my kids are bigger, but we all 4, wife and kids, still fit in the boat. Our last adventure was yesterday at the Pincecrest Lake in California. The kids love to jump from the boat into the river and push the boat as they swim. This boat brings so much fun to our family.
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