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Intex Seahawk 4, 4-Person Inflatable Boat Set with Aluminum Oars and High Output Air Pump (Latest Model)
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- Inflatable boat set designed for recreational boating or fishing on lakes
- Super-tough 30-gauge PVC vinyl construction resists abrasion and impacts
- Holds up to 4 people; 2 air chambers for safety; front and rear inflatable cushions
- 2 fishing rod holders at the rear; includes welded oarlocks, oar holders, and oars
- Comes with inflation pump; measures 133 x 19.5 x 50 inches (W x H x D)
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Seahawk 4 Boat Set for up to 4 people includes pump and 48" aluminum oars. Made from SUPER-TOUGH vinyl for durability. Inflatable seats and floor for comfort. US Coat Guard approved.
Ideal for recreational boating or fishing on lakes and calm rivers, the Intex SeaHawk 4 boat set comes with everything you need to hit the water immediately. The inflatable boat--which fits up to four people--is made of super-tough 30-gauge PVC vinyl that resists damage from abrasion, impacts, and sunlight, letting you boat with confidence even near rocks or logs. The PVC is also unaffected by gasoline, oil, or saltwater, so you needn't take special precautions around a motor or near a saltwater inlet. Construction-wise, the boat includes two air chambers for safety, an inner hull chamber, an inflatable floor that's comfortable yet rigid, welded oarlocks, inflatable cushions, and an all-around grab line. The boat even sports two fishing rod holders at the rear--one on each side--so you can enjoy an afternoon angling with friends. Other features include a grab handle on the bow, oar holders, a gear pouch, and a U.S. Coast Guard ID. The SeaHawk 4 - which comes with oars and an inflation pump--measures 133 by 19.5 by 50 inches (W x H x D) and holds up to 814 pounds.
Helping people have fun for more than 40 years, Intex is the world leader in designing and producing high-quality, innovative products for indoor and outdoor recreation. Every Intex product--which includes such items as above-ground pools, pool accessories, pool toys, airbeds, and boats--undergoes an intensive quality control process before it's released to the public. During the manufacturing process, highly trained Intex employees continuously monitor a wide range of factors, from the quality of the raw materials and the calibration of the machines to the making and assembly of each product. The goal is to produce the best possible product at the best possible price. Intex offices are located in such cities as Long Beach, California; WanChai, Hong Kong; Roosendaal, Netherlands; Beaufort, France; and Praha, Czech Republic.
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A few flaws can be corrected in this boat, if you're up for a project.
I'll start with the positive, first.
1) Large (seats 4 people)(more like 2-3, lol)
2) Easy to maneuver. As you may know, rafts sit on top of the water rather than in it. This boat is easy to paddle with the oars provided.
3) thick vinyl. Seriously, this thing won't pop unless you hit a sharp rock, log, or bulkhead.
4) storage pouch
1) soft floor (cant stand up)
2) uncomfortable seats (inflatable, no back support)
3) I get tired of paddling
Now dont stop reading my review here. I'm a go-getter, soo, I fixed all the cons and created my dream (budget) boat.
I added a wood floor with 3/4in plywood. I can stand and cast my rod and walk to the other end of the boat. This maximised the interior space too, because i can just set stuff on the floor w/o it rolling towards the point where im sitting.
I added pvc pipes under the floor for added stability and padded the edges.
I also added a trolling motor with 30lb thrust and let me tell you, it trolls faster than you'd believe.
I added 2 "seats" - coolers with stadium seats on them. This gave me storage inside the coolers and a seat to sit on. The backrests maximized my time out on the water because i was just so comfortable.
I will upload some photos and I hope I can inspire others!
This boat (at $85) fit the bill perfectly. It was cheaper than renting two kayaks for a day and came with everything I needed (boat, oars, pump), so I decided to give it a shot.
The boat easily fits me and my wife - with spare room for a cooler full of beer and water, 5 gallon ice bucket for caught fish, tackle box, 2 fishing rods, anchor, and other equipment. We also took the boat out with our sister and 4 year old nephew and also had plenty of room (although we brought less gear for that trip)(3 and a half people). 4 full grown adults could fit semi-comfortably, but it wouldn't be ideal. (we'll be attempting this next month when our parents come in town).
The area we are in has lots of crushed up seashells near river beaches and inevitably, after a few uses the boat developed a few pinhole leaks in the floor of the boat (from not adequately cleaning off feet before getting back into boat). The floor deflated most of the way on the way back from one outing, but the outer two chambers were fine so it wasn't a big deal. It just made rowing a little more difficult. I was able to easily patch the pinholes with the included repair kit and now everything is fine. NOTE: the repair kit comes with patches but not glue. I used some loc-tite glue to apply the patches and it works well to seal up the leaks and secure the patches. The material the boat is made of is quite durable and I haven't had any issues on the bottom or sides of the boat (even though I've brushed up against plenty of barnacles, sticks and other objects I thought for sure would be the death of the boat)- only problem was with the floor from stepping into the boat with tiny broken seashells on my feet.
The included oars are very sturdy and after our first outing I decided to buy some more (so we could both row), but Amazon was sold out so I bought the Sevylor brand (which were not as sturdy). Either way, we quickly realized that oars are not the way to go with this boat. Not because we're lazy(at all), but because this boat is just inefficient for rowing. It is a raft after all and it's VERY slow going with the oars. One day we ventured out into the main current of the Indian River and it took forever to get to our goal (a spoil island) a half mile away - but then....we had to paddle upstream on the way back and JEEEEEEZ - it was almost the end of our marriage.
So then...we bought the Intex motor mount and a small Minn Kota trolling motor. What a difference!!! It is soooo much more fun. We can easily cruise upriver and checkout some cool islands etc. NOW it's a proper(ish) boat!
All in all, this is a great boat for the price. If you only plan to use it on very still water and only travel very short distances, you'll probably be fine with the oars. If you intend to use it on a river or even a biggish lake with and kind of movement in the water, then you should plan on buying a trolling motor and mount for the boat. Otherwise, avoid this boat and buy and inflatable Intex kayak or canoe instead - it will be so much easier to paddle and control direction.
The amazon link below is the trolling motor I bought. Works great and is great on battery life:
Finally, the boat does NOT come with any kind of carrying bag. My solution is to use a tarp. I bought a 6x8 foot tarp from walmart for 5 bucks. It serves THREE purposes. Primarily I can wrap up the deflated boat in the tarp and tie it up with adjustable nylon straps (rope would work fine too). This makes a great makeshift bag and the straps keep it all together and make it easy to carry. Also, I use the tarp to lay the boat on after I remove it from the water to keep the boat from getting dirty so I don't have to clean it once I get home. Third use is to line the trunk of my car with the tarp so I don't have to deal with a wet trunk when transporting the wettish deflated boat from the water back to my home.