LAND SURVEYOR TAKES TO THE WATER — Civil engineer surveys bodies of water with his FoldCat

For you and me, a day on the water is a day of sun and fun with some boating, fishing, swimming, a little suntan lotion, a burger or two, and some general goofing off. Not so for Dan Wachob, of Wachob and Wachob, Inc., professional land surveyors from Colorado. For Dan and his partner, boating is serious business. Water storage capacity surveys “We are a land surveying and civil engineering firm,” Dan told us. “One of the services we offer our clients is storage capacity surveying; we determine how much water is in a farm’s or ranch’s reservoir, lake, or … Continue reading LAND SURVEYOR TAKES TO THE WATER — Civil engineer surveys bodies of water with his FoldCat

Braving the Waves — Kayaking in the Gulf of Mexico

We regularly receive photos, letters, and e-mails from Sea Eagle boaters. Here’s a note from today’s inbox. “My family and I love our Sea Eagle inflatable kayak. My son and his friends use it locally in the streams and rivers of Pennsylvania and have had quite a few adventures.  We bought the Sea Eagle because of the information on your website, the ability to transport it so easily, and because of the great price.  I recommend Sea Eagle, it’s one tough kayak that can take a beating.  From the rocks and trees in the streams of Pennsylvania, to the waves … Continue reading Braving the Waves — Kayaking in the Gulf of Mexico

Winter Paddling In a FastTrack

By Cecil C. Hoge, Jr. I designed the Sea Eagle FastTrack and I think it is the easiest to paddle, easiest to transport, most responsive, most stable, safest inflatable kayak in the world. But rather than tell you how good it is, perhaps I should tell about how I use it. I live on the water and I paddle at least 10 months a year. In the winter, my tidal bay tends to ice over for one month or so and if the ice is thicker than a 1/4″, I forego paddling. Simply put, I don’t want to be a ice-breaker. Aside from the … Continue reading Winter Paddling In a FastTrack