This instant Sea Eagle 370 Pro Kayak Package is very stable and can be launched anywhere and can easily travel in the trunk of your car or on an airplane! With 2 skegs the SE370 kayak has excellent tracking. It is no wonder the Sea Eagle 370 is the 2nd most popular inflatable kayak ! Package features (2) AB-30 4 Part Paddles, (2) Deluxe Inflatable Seats, an A-41 Foot Pump, Nylon Carry Bag, Pressure Gauge & Repair Kit. This is extremely durable, lightweight (32 Lbs), and perfect for all your adventures on the water. This kayak only includes 2 seats, but can seat 3 people in the kayak (up to 650lbs), and can be paddled easily by 1 person.
- This kayak is about as good as it will get for an inflatable. It is not as easy to use with two people as a hard kayak, but it does it’s job. Very sturdy and fits nice in an average size trunk.
- we take it with us in the truck when we go R V in and use it often. I noticed a black valve on the bottom of the boat. What is that valve,s function?
- This kayak is everything it’s advertised to be. My wife and I found that it handles well and is comfortable, especially the deluxe seats. It’s easier to inflate and deflate than I expected.
- So far so good. Haven’t had in the water yet, but inflated and inspected the boat. Seems to be good quality. Had a Sea Eagle Inflatable Kayak on the ocean 25 years ago. Towed it behind a power boat and it was great. Expecting this boat to handle ocean kayaking just as well. I was able to take on the plane overseas to Asia and expect to use soon on tropical beach excursions. Very easy to inflate and assemble. Can’t wait for the beach!! Only draw back is I expected more separate air chambers for safety. As of now, the boat has 3 air chambers. Port and starboard sides and the boat bottom.
- Love everything about these kayaks…..except the skegs and the seats. Which are great for open lakes and such, but we use for river rafting and they just get in the way and/or stuck, frequently! Been thinking about trimming them off and adding self bailing holes along the sides to also strap down seats, and adding leg straps. Great instructional on the web on how to do. Just look up how to make any 330 or 370 into a white water class III +. The only reason I haden’t done was because it was still under warranty, but now it’s not, so it may be what I end up doing. As for our seats, none of them stay inflated for the entire time on our trips. Another frustration. As for the boats, they take a beating and keep coming back for more. The boats are very strong, but also very heavy. They hold plenty of weight for your weekend trip packing, and are over all a great build for rivers (if you do something about those skegs).
- Love our new Sea Eagle inflatable kayak 370! My husband has been out twice with it and really had fun. The down side, if anything, is that it’ s heavier than expected, especially if everything is in the carrying bag and you have to pack it in to the spot where you’re going to inflate it and put it in the water. We got the deluxe seats because the other reviews said they were superior to the cheaper ones. However, so far, my husband said they are not that comfortable. We are going to work on adjusting the straps and air to see if they will be more comfortable when rowing. We were impressed with the quality of the kayak, pump (which works well) and the oars. Considering getting the optional sail for lakes. Tracks well, especially if you put something in the bow for weight. Can even be just a large water bottle or cooler. Taking it to Donner next week where the kayak will get a real workout with all the family. Great fun and love the fact it is deflatable and easy to store for traveling.
- It is exactly what I wanted: a kayak that is easy to transport and store. It takes less time to pack into the car than the hard kayak, and no more time to unpack and inflate than it takes to unpack the hard kayak from the car. It seems strong and durable, and is easy to paddle. The double skegs make it track much better than I expected.