With nearly a dozen different boat models, Sea Eagle has an inflatable boat for every kind of boater. But how to choose? We spoke recently with Steve Brauns of Glen Haven, Colorado about how he decided on his Sea Eagle FastTrack 385. “I hadn’t really done any boating prior to getting this Sea Eagle FastTrack kayak. I got it specifically for a trip down the Flathead River in Glacier National Park in Montana. I’ll do more flat water lake kayaking than anything but I wanted something versatile so I could do some Class II and III rivers. Practical considerations I … Continue reading Buyers Guide: SEA EAGLE FASTTRACK vs. SEA EAGLE EXPLORER KAYAK
Dear Sea Eagle, I just have to tell you how much I love my new Sea Eagle SE330! I wanted a kayak I could handle by myself and that fit into my currently limited budget! My Sea Eagle fits in my compact car with no rack, no trying to figure out how to get it on top of my car, or from the car to the water. It inflates in about ten minutes, and I can carry it to the ramp easily. The kayak handles beautifully, and I don’t have to pay $40 for each rental! I am able to … Continue reading “THANK YOU FOR CONTRIBUTING TO MY QUALITY OF LIFE!” — Sea Eagle 330 gives her an affordable way to restore her spirits.
Dear Sea Eagle, On June 30th, 2012 we desperately needed to escape breathing the intense smoke from the Fontenelle Forest Fire, so we loaded up our kayak and drove north about 40 miles. In these pictures we are kayaking at the lower Green River Lakes…the headwaters of the Green River near our home in Wyoming. What a view of Square Top Mountain and the Wind River Mountain Range! We are really enjoying our 385 FastTrack here in Wyoming. We now get to visit beautiful remote areas on our local lakes! It’s very stable, maneuvers well, and glides easily through our high-altitude lakes! Sincerely, Scott & Anna Corwin God’s country turns hellish … Continue reading “WE DESPERATELY NEEDED TO ESCAPE so we packed up our Sea Eagle FastTrack and headed north…”
The Adventures of 4 Boys, 1 Dad, and a Sea Eagle 370 When kids enjoy their early boating experience, it can lead to a lifetime of nautical fun and adventure. We heard recently from a Sea Eagle 370 owner who is introducing his brood to the joys of boating at an early age. Avishai is 11; Matan is 8; Nadav is 5; and little Ezra is just 9 months. Charles Neuman of Long Island sent us photos of taking his four young sons boating in New York’s Oyster Bay in his Sea Eagle 370 inflatable kayak. “Boating with kids is a lot … Continue reading PARENTS GUIDE – HOW TO MAKE BOATING FUN FOR KIDS
“We live in paradise, and now we can enjoy it even more. Thank you, Sea Eagle!” Julie Olson and her boyfriend, Larry Allen, live in the St. Petersburg, Florida area and are the proud owners of a brand new Sea Eagle Explorer Kayak. “Today was our maiden voyage in our new Sea Eagle,” Julie tells us. “We cruised around just north of Fort DeSoto Park. Water sports are huge here, and no one here had seen anything like our super cool kayak.” Tracks “exactly where you point it.” “Our new kayak is just perfect” Julie says. “Very easy to inflate, launch, and maneuver. The … Continue reading “WE LIVE IN PARADISE” — RV’ing & Sea Eagle Kayaking in St. Petersburg
Ask a friend, “What’s Florida like?” and they’ll say something like this: “Florida’s got wonderful sandy beaches; luxury hotels; tons of shopping malls; golf courses; sunshine; orange groves; great weather; Disneyworld, of course…and the Everglades.” They’d be correct…but only partly so. They’d be describing the costal Florida, the tourist Florida, the commercially developed Florida — the popular, modern, manmade Florida within a few miles of its 1,200 statute mile coastline — the attractions that make Florida the #1 travel destination in the world and draw 1,000 new residents each day! Exploring the vanishing Florida The common conception of Florida skips … Continue reading CAPTURING A WILD & VANISHING FLORIDA — Professional photographer kayaks deep into Florida’s pristine wilderness
OR — The Kayaking Adventures of Beatrice Marx We spoke recently with Beatrice Marx of Kingston, Washington who told us of her recent six-day, six-night, 120-mile kayaking trip in a Sea Eagle 380x Explorer Kayak down the Upper Missouri River…solo. And she told us why she prefers to kayak by herself. “When I go kayaking, I’m communing with Nature. I’d rather listen to the birds and to Nature’s silence. I tried kayaking with groups, and enjoyed it, but people talk too much.” Because nothing else matters Those who’ve never gone on an extended kayaking trip by themselves may never know the … Continue reading KAYAKING the UPPER MISSOURI RIVER — 6 days, 120 miles, from Coal Banks Landing to Kipp Recreation Area