Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
2 Year Sporting Goods Protection Planfrom Asurion, LLC
- NO ADDITIONAL COST: You pay $0 for repairs – parts, labor and shipping included.
- COVERAGE: Plan starts on the date of purchase. Drops, spills and cracked screens due to normal use covered for portable products and power surges covered from day one. Malfunctions covered after the manufacturer's warranty.
- PRODUCT ELIGIBILITY: Plans cover products purchased in the last 30 days.
- EASY CLAIMS PROCESS: File a claim anytime online or by phone. Most claims approved within minutes. If we can’t repair it, we’ll send you an Amazon e-gift card for the purchase price of your covered product or replace it.
Sea Eagle 370 Deluxe 3 Person Inflatable Portable Sport Kayak Canoe w/ Paddles
|You Save:||$25.00 (7%)|
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- 3 person/650 lb capacity, weighs 26 lbs, suitable for up to Class III whitewater
- 370 Deluxe Kayak Package features two movable Kayak Seats, and 2 paddles, foot pump, and carry bag
- 2 AB30 7'10"" 4 Part Paddles with asymmetrical blade and aluminum shaft.Seam:High Frequency Welded
- 2 skegs on the bottom for better tracking & speed.Inflation Pressure: 1.1 psi
- Open and close drain valve, 5 deluxe 1-way inflation/deflation valves
Frequently bought together
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
Adventures To Go
All Season Kayaking
Enjoy a relaxing paddle on a beautiful spring, summer or fall day!
Take on Class I, II or III rapids for a heart pumping adventure!
Inflate & Go
Only minutes between you and the water. Inflate at the waters edge with the included foot pump. Be out on the water paddling, fishing, river running in just 6 minutes.
Integral 5-Tube I-Beam Floor
Large I-Beam tubes create a durable floor and natural chines that improve the speed and tracking of the Sea Eagle SE370.
Two Rear Skegs For Tracking And Speed
The Sport Kayaks feature two molded skegs - just like a surf board - so you go faster and further with less paddling effort! These skegs are made of an almost indestructible molded plastic that will not be harmed by hitting rocks or running up.
Light & Easily Portable
Just 32 lbs.! Don't let the light weight fool you, it's a rugged kayak able to hold 3 people or 650 lbs and yet easy enough to be carried by one or two paddlers.
Sea Eagle SE370 Inflatable Kayak
Compare with similar items
Intex Excursion Pro Kayak, Professional Series Inflatable Fishing Kayak
Sea Eagle 330 Pro 2 Person Inflatable Sport Kayak Canoe Boat with Pump and Oars
Driftsun Voyager 2 Person Tandem Inflatable Kayak, Includes 2 Aluminum Paddles, 2 Padded Seats, Double Action Pump and More
|Sold By||VM Express||Amazon.com||VM Express||MarketFleet Inc.|
|Item Dimensions||34 x 19 x 11 inches||151 x 37 x 18 inches||34 x 19 x 10 inches||—|
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 34 x 19 x 11 inches; 49 Pounds
- Item model number : SS-SMS-4002267
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : October 19, 2006
- Manufacturer : Sea Eagle
- ASIN : B001ASTHJG
Best Sellers Rank:
#39,752 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #7 in Fishing Kayaks
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Cons: The reason for only 3 stars - as others have mentioned, the seats that come with this package are not good, most particularly for the middle seat. There is no support to keep it upright, and I had to keep my feet on the back of the seat to keep my husband from falling back. Uncomfortable, awkward, and by the time we got back to shore, painful. Using the seat in the back works ok, because you can lean it against the boat back, but the stronger, more stable deluxe seats would make it much more comfortable. In order for us to use the kayak, we had to order the deluxe inflatable seat to use in the center of the kayak for another $50. Why the flimsy seats that are included would even be a part of any model is beyond me. It was frustrating to say the least.
Recommendations: With the addition of a deluxe inflatable seat, the kayak was good, and we used it often to explore the Fl Keys. It did not fare well in high winds, or when we tried to paddle against the tide, but, live and learn. It was great to paddle around the mangroves, and in the bays. If you’re thinking about this model, save yourself the trouble and order the next level up where the useable seats are part of the package.
It's a heavy package, and you wouldn't want to be hiking any distance with it slung on your shoulders, but this is great if you can park near the lake or river and launch from the shore. For us apartment dwellers living in an area surrounded by lakes and rivers, this perfectly fits the bill allowing us to kayak without worrying how we'll store or transport everything.
Over the last 2 months we have stuck to flatwater areas in Western NY. We haven't hit up any rapids (and probably won't for a long time). Some places that we have gone to are Mendon Ponds, Genesee River, Oak Orchard Creek, Canadice Lake and Putnam Pond in the Adirondacks. We have dragged the boat unintentionally over submerged branches and rocks, landed roughly on rocky shores with absolutely no mishaps. The scariest moment was in the Adirondacks where we ran aground on some submerged rocks while going full speed. No damage! I'm gaining more and more confidence with taking this boat out on the water mostly anywhere.
I have found the performance of the boat to be perfectly acceptable. Let's be honest folks, this isn't a hard plastic kayak (which I've rented) that cuts the water like a knife. It's an inflatable. The difference in the profile is like comparing a cow with a horse. With that said, once you get going, you can get moving at a decent clip. We have clocked speeds of 5 mph (per GPS) at times. I've also found that proper paddling technique helps with the tracking issue (moving in a straight line). We were able to keep the kayak moving in a straight line in 20mph winds while towing a smaller inflatable behind us in the Adirondacks. I've also found it VERY easy to paddle solo. The boat also hauls a good amount of gear, we went camping to a boat only site and we had 400 pounds between the two of us plus 20 pounds of gear between us and a couple of bags strapped to the bow and stern. The boat was marginally more sluggish but nothing like what I expected, add the 20 mph cross winds and the performance was more than I could have asked for.
From when I pull out the bag from the trunk to putting into the water is about 10 minutes. I replaced the included pump with an Intex Double Quick pump. Just didn't like the foot bellows pump. I also tried an electric pump but found that it really wasn't necessary. The boat is a little heavy, the bag with everything in it is at least 40 pounds but as long as you aren't hauling it far it's not a big deal. It's still pretty amazing that I can pull a 12 foot kayak out of the trunk of a compact car. I do have to say that the carry bag, while very sturdy, is difficult to carry. A double strap like a knapsack would make it easier to haul.
The seats in the low end package are ok if you sit in the back of the boat because you can lean it against the rear spray skirt. But they give lousy back support when you are in the front or middle. The lack of back support is probably my biggest complaint. I also would like some tie down points along the sides for attaching ropes or D- rings. The only attachment points are on the ends where the spray skirts attach.
I'm extremely happy with my purchase. I was lucky to snatch this up on sale on Amazon for $225 shipped but even at the higher price points I would have been satisfied. This is a well engineered and well built boat for a great price and it can open up a whole new line of activities that may not have been available to you due to cost or ability to trasport. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the 370 to anyone and I can say we are planning several major trips for next summer.
I've continued to be very pleased with this purchase. I think I've gotten my moneys worth and then some. I've taken this boat into ponds, lakes and rivers and haven't had a single mishap. Now, after having paddled it quite a few times, a few comments.
This paddles and feels more like a canoe than a kayak. Nothing wrong with that, its super stable in the water. Think of it as a double paddle canoe instead of a kayak and you'll have a better idea of what it feels like in the water. The boat does WAY better when its loaded with people and gear, the tracking is much improved and it becomes even more stable. It still can be paddled comfortably with one person (I've done this quite a few times) but it becomes more susceptible to getting blown around by strong wind. I've also glued on some D-rings towards the middle and use a seat that clips on when I'm solo for more comfort. One last note on durability: I've run this boat onto rocks, have hit submerged rocks, have run aground on rocks (from going at a pretty good clip to completely stopped in 2 seconds), have run over submerged branches and reeds, have beached on everything from sand to gravel and rocks (of course), have hit docks and pylons and have not had not a single puncture. Not one. In fact all I've had up to this point is a few stains from all of the bumping around that have scrubbed right out. When I'm in this boat I don't worry about a thing.
Still going strong! This thing is a beast. At this point one of the seats has a slow leak as well as one of the spray skirts. Honestly, I haven't really bothered to track them down and repair them since they aren't essential items. Other than that, no issues. Yes, its barge like in the water but it fits in the trunk of my Honda fit, I can blow it up in less than 10 minutes and be on the water. A quick wipe down, 10 minutes to deflate and roll it up and I'm on my way. I've more than got my moneys worth, I'm actually looking to upgrade to one of the nicer models. BTW, I've trued other brands, one intex had a removable skeg that got lost after the 3rd trip, another sprung a leak around a valve seam, another got holed the 1st day. So sea eagle has been the champ in durability too.
Top reviews from other countries
La bomba de aire que se incluye hace que el inflado del kayak sea extremadamente rápido y fácil. Las válvulas de inflado no permiten que se escape el aire cuando se quita la bomba y la tapa con rosca asegura que no se salga el aire después. Para desinflar basta con desenroscar la tapa y prácticamente se desinfla por su propio peso, no es necesario subirse en el para que se salga todo el aire. La bolsa que se incluye es útil para transportar todo en una sola bolsa, únicamente desearía que tuviera bolsas para los remos ya que se podría ponchar el kayak al momento de meter los tubos de los remos. Para distancias largas o para remar con mucha fuerza recomendaría comprar remos otros remos, preferentemente de fibra de carbono ya que los remos que se incluyen son pesados y la paleta se flexional ligeramente cuando se apoya muy fuerte. Si El empaque incluye dos protectores inflables para las aletas inferiores del kayak para evitar que se doblen lo cual me parece muy útil al momento de guardarlos.
Yo necesitaba un kayak en donde cupiéramos cómodamente mi esposa, mi hijo de 7 años y yo, que soportara bastante peso pero que pudiera cargarlo y remar solo. Este kayak es perfecto para lo que quería. Inicialmente había pensado en comprar el modelo 330 pero encontré este a muy buen precio.
It's quick to inflate using the included pump. I'm not convinced that the weight is as posted; I think it's heavier. However, I was able to move it and carry it by myself. Because it's inflated, it can be launched in shallower water. The tracking isn't as straight as I would like it to be, but it's pretty good and it may be that I need to reorient one of the skegs.
I've only used it once so far; I got an inflatable because I live in a very small apartment, and it fits into a large duffle bag. In my view, my wheeled duffle bag is more useful than the carry bag it came in - as I said, it's heavy.
I'm looking forward to using it several times next summer. I may actually take it on the river once or twice more this year, depending on weather etc.
Funny Note: When my friend and I tried it for the first time, the kayak kept going in a circle. We thought it was the current, getting used to two people in one kayak, weight differences, and then we realized we were in the kayak backwards! LOL...super funny. We put the seats in the kayak and didn't think about the bottom.