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Sea Eagle 330 Inflatable Kayak with Deluxe Package
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- Two-person inflatable kayak weighs just 26 pounds, but has 500-pound load capacity
- Constructed of puncture-resistant, extra-thick K-80 polykrylar hull material
- Nine-inch tubes, I-beam construction, and high-frequency welded seams; rated up to Class III whitewater
- Comes with inflatable spray skirts, inflatable front and rear seats, two oars, reliable foot pump, and carrying bag
- Includes limited three-year manufacturer's warranty
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|Package Height||11.4 x 21 x 34 inches|
"The ULTIMATE Weekend Getaway Boat!" At 26 lbs you can take it anywhere! Imagine yourself blasting down a white water river spray flying everywhere and your heart beating like a drum. Or imagine yourself on a mirror-smooth lake at dawn slicing the silence with smooth paddle strokes. Can one boat do all this? Yes when it's the Sea Eagle 330. It will hold 500 pounds but only weighs 26 lbs. itself. It will carry two adults and gear but only needs one adult to carry it to the water. The SE-330 inflatable canoe packs down to fit in a storage bag but has cargo space for camping supplies for several days. An inflatable canoe can be used for fishing yacht tending or skin diving. For river runners the Sea Eagle 330 can handle up to class three whitewater. In many ways this is the easiest to use the most versatile and the most fun inflatable canoe that we sell. The Sea Eagle 330 inflatable canoe features an extra thick 33 mil Polykrylar hull and a I-beam construction floor for extra rigidity inflatable spray skirts removable inflatable front and rear seat front and rear rope handles and a self-bailing drain valve (a handy feature on white water rivers or in ocean surf). Two skegs for tracking and speed Tracking is very important in a kayak. Inflatable kayaks need skegs to track smoothly across the water - otherwise your paddling effort is wasted. Cheaper petitive boats without rear skegs just weave and wander across the water wasting your paddling effort. The Sea Eagle 330 features two molded skegs - just like a surf board - so you go faster and further with less paddling effort. High Frequency Welded Seams The Sea Eagle 330 has seams that are welded with 10000 volts of power fusing the material into one solid structure. This gives us the confidence to cover the SE-330 with a 3 year warranty. Sea Eagle warranty: Our Sea Eagle boats are covered for a full three years against manufacturer's defects ... from bow to stern. Standard Featu
The entire package fits into the included 26-by-48-inch (W x D) carry bag, constructed of heavy-duty 440-denier nylon.
With this deluxe package, your purchase additionally includes inflatable spray skirts, inflatable front and rear seats, two oars, a reliable foot pump, and a rugged carrying bag to keep it all together.
- NMMA certified
- Self-bailing drain valve
- Three deluxe one-way valves
- Lashed down inflatable spray skirts
- I-beam construction floor
- Two skegs on the bottom for better tracking and speed
- Pressure gauge and repair kit
- Bow and stern grab line
- Interior measures 13 inches wide by nine feet, six inches long
- Exterior measures 34 inches wide by 11 feet, two inches long
- Nine-inch tubes
- Two-adult, 500-pound total weight capacity
- 26-pound weight
- Three inflated chambers in port, starboard, and floor
- 33 mil polykrylar hull material
- High frequency welded seams
- Inflated I-beam floor construction
- Assembles and inflated in approximately six minutes
Sea Eagle products include a limited three-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
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Top Customer Reviews
I bought this boat two months ago and I love it. I inflate the whole thing in about 7 minutes(but it takes practice-the first two times it took me 30 minutes) with the foot pump. I've rubbed it up against sea rocks, light gravel with small twigs, and some lichen on ocean rocks and it's done just fine. I haven't had a hole or puncture yet, and I've taken it out on the water 2-3 times a week, some weeks I took it out every day, for the last two months. It takes a little practice to paddle around but after about 1-2 trips you will get the hang of it. I want to purchase the sail attachment in the future, but you don't need it to get around.
I wasn't sure how it would do with two med/large sized people but I'm 5'10" and my wife is 5'9" and we combine to just about 500lbs and it does fine; in fact it could probably hold more than that if you wanted to bring food/snacks etc. It doesn't have a lot of extra space for gear with 2 people in it. It's easy to use for only one person, almost every day I take it out by myself. By myself I've taken it fishing, and I've packed gear to go for a small camping trip. I always bring the patch kit with me, just in case. I also inflate it, by the diagram, to about 1/2 cm more that the prescribed 10cm measurement. I believe you can inflate it up to 1 cm more, but I find that it's better to be a little less than that when I am navigating the choppy sea waters. It's easier to navigate it when it's got over 300lbs in it.
I thought I might spring for the propackage seats, but if you inflate this boat properly you don't need it. Inflate the floor until you can't push it in with your fingers. Then do the side chambers about 3/4 of the way. Put the seat(s) in the boat and make sure you really inflate them until you feel a lot of resistance on your foot when you are inflating it or it looks like it might burst. Then go back and fill the side chambers the rest of the way. Lastly, inflate the spray skirts until you feel a lot of resistance and you see they are fully inflated. The spray skirts really help tighten everything together and squeeze the seats in place. If you are sliding around a lot, it's very likely because all of your boat chambers aren't inflated properly.
One thing I didn't expect is that my legs and knees constantly touch the sides of the boat. I got used to it, but it annoyed me at first. Another thing I didn't expect, but learned fast is that if you intend on taking it out often you should wipe it down with a shammy or rag each time you are done so it's mostly dry and the material doesn't mold. I can, with practice, wipe-deflate-fold-store it in about 5 minutes.
I was disappointed that it was so heavy, but my shoulders recovered just fine. Also, the self bailing drain valve fell out while I was using it at the beach but it's not accumulated much water at all, despite this, but it would be good to have the valve on choppy water days. I try to stay "head-on" for bigger waves/wakes in the ocean, so I don't get much water inside.
A great product, and as sturdy as they say it is. I would buy it again and I plan to take it on class 3 rapids soon.
It tracks well, and paddles easily for an inflatable. Remember this is NOT a hard-shell so don't expect the same speed as a HS would have. We are still using the "stock" paddles that came with it, and they are just fine. No blisters and not issues with them coming apart on the water.
This can easily fit into a car trunk. I actually stopped using the storage bags and am able to fold it up flat to put in my car. For storage I actually keep ALL the equipment in a new, sealed lid, rolling trash can. I roll it up to my car, put the SE330 and all the gear in the hatchback and on to the lake--piece of cake. We've used the SE330 many times and it does not look like it will wear out anytime soon. If you think you need a little more leg room, get the 370, but for us the SE330's have given us lots of fun times on the lake with very little $$ investment.
I bought this in 2012 to use at a lake shortly outside of town. I used it several times a week for about 2 years. Now I have moved to Hannibal, MO. Having never taken it on anything as powerful as the Missippi I was a little nervous. I was concerned about the current, barges, and random logs under the water and whatnot; everything anyone will warn you about if you are even considering going near the Mississippi. Despite all the warnings, my kayak performed great! This is my third time taking it out today and I went 5 miles. I usually kayak by myself and go upstream and float back down so I only put in and take out at one place. I never have any problems with my boat being tossed about by the wind, current, or anything. You do have to deal with the waves from other boats, but I have always found waves with this kayak enjoyable. I never feel like I will flip or that the will overwhelm the boat. As far as logs, when I have encountered them, 9 times out of ten I can avoid them as maneuverability is excellent. When I do run into anything, rocks, logs, whatever, I bounce off. Comfort is great in this kayak compared to hard shells as well. Long trips are no big deal here.
Here are my two small things that I don't care for, but don't bother me too much.
1) It is a two person kayak, but it's not. I have taken other passengers on my kayak before but it's not that comfortable. The best way I have done it has been when my passenger and I faced each other and only one person paddled. It was a little more awkward than normal but not incredibly so and way more comfortable. I do not recommend this for two people for a long time unless it is for an adult and a child. It is nice that you have the option to fit more people in your kayak if you need to though.
2) I have always used the foot pump that came with the kayak until recently when I tried two different electric pumps. My experience has been that they don't fill it as full as the foot pump does and it will affect the performance of the kayak. To save time I use the electric to get it inflated and the foot pump to top it off.