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On the FastTrack™ to Copenhagen

By Tom Schlichter ( For those who depend on public transportation to get around, lugging a kayak to the water can be problematic. Lasse Jørgensen of Copenhagen, DK, has found the perfect solution in Sea Eagle’s FastTrack series of inflatable … Continue reading

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Chris Callahan is a man who likes water for its own sake – and what it does for his mind. Over the years his work has taken him to the Midwest many times, and he said, “Out on the plains, … Continue reading

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Sea Eagle Boating — Bringing Loved Ones Together

“We always tell people that kayaking is great for our marriage,” says Teri Johns, of Hilmar, California. “To kayak together, you have to work as team, and when in the boat, it’s you, your spouse, and quality time surrounded by … Continue reading

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WORLD’S MOST SCENIC PADDLING SPOT? String Lake, Grand Teton National Park

When is owning one Sea Eagle inflatable kayak not enough? Wendy Graves of Utah tells us when you’re paddling the crystal-clear waters of String Lake in Grand Teton National Park with the whole family, one Sea Eagle won’t do. They … Continue reading

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Sea Kayaking in Hawaii is many a kayaker’s dream. But when you’ve lived there all your life – and kayaked there for years – you’re going to want to try different waters. When it’s vacation time, Nancy and Andrew Morgan, … Continue reading

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CATCHING FLORIDA LOBSTERS with a “Tickle Stick” and my Sea Eagle Inflatable Boat

Steve Borisch and his family seem to have no trouble bagging their limit of Florida Lobsters when they vacation in Florida. Steve’s secret? A “tickle stick,” a net, and his Sea Eagle 12.6sr. “We spend three weeks in the Florida … Continue reading

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HOW TO PADDLE IN TANDEM in a 2-Person Sea Eagle Sport Kayak

Paddling your kayak solo is easy – left, right, left, right. Coordinating 2-person paddling takes a bit of cooperation. Here’s how one Washington couple worked it out. “My wife, Kathy, and I have been married 47 years this month. We … Continue reading

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