sea eagle 370 review
The sea eagle 370 review Sport Kayaks is our all time leading seller and the best selling kayak in the US. You can attribute this to a perfect combination of low price and high quality all backed by a nearly 50 year old family-owned American company. The main complaint between the two was the difference in the seats and many reviewers preferred the Pro package for its seats with the higher back. Despite the fact that I knew I was in an inflatable kayak, regardless I had a feeling that I could go up against anything. Apart from being spacious and easy to navigate, the kayak is easy to set up and provides sufficient protection against punctures with its 840D nylon cover and 1000D tarpaulin bottom. I paid roughly two hundred dollars; a deal for me, but as inflatable kayaks have improved, I would now invest in the Sevylor Colorado Canoe (just like this kayak) because of it’s reinforced seats and the option of adding a trolling motor. It’s nice to have the perks of an inflatable kayak without limitations as to the type of body of water it can be used on.
This product tracks better than most of its inflatable competitors because of this innovation. This pro variation of the Sea Eagle 330 likewise has 2 8-foot AB30 paddles, 2 kayak seats, a foot pump, and a storage bag. The Sea Eagle se330 is a great choice if you are looking for an inflatable kayak that has a quality of distinction and is almost effortless.
We recently took it to Hawaii and kayaked with Manta Rays, Sea Turtles, a Monk Seal and Whales. The larger 370 offers a fair amount more leg room than the 330 and is better suited for taller people or those who simply wish for a little extra room for gear or comfort. When you purchase the Sea Eagle 330 Inflatable Kayak, you’ll receive sprayskirts, two inflatable seats, two oars, a foot pump and a carrying bag. Sea Eagle Sport Kayaks pack to a fraction of their inflatable size, can be carried almost anywhere there is water and set up in less than 10 minutes! Because it’s inflatable/deflatable (naturally), it so often goes with me in the trunk of the car when I travel for both business and pleasure, whereas there would just not be a possible way to take a hard kayak. If you fancy something a little bigger, the Sea Eagle 370 is longer, a three-seater and can carry up to 650lbs.
The fact that this kayak weighs so little means that just one person, rather than the multiple people can also operate it. Each of the inflatable seats is removable, making more space for equipment if you’re out on a solo voyage. If you’re mostly going to be kayaking with 2 people, go with the Sea Eagle 370.