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 needed two…then three…and hope to add a fourth one soon! Here’s Wendy’s story. “The first time my husband, Patrick, and I went to String Lake in Grand Teton National Park, I saw people boating and I knew I wanted one. When we got home we purchased a traditional canoe. But because loading and unloading it on top of the car was such … Continue reading WORLD’S MOST SCENIC PADDLING SPOT? String Lake, Grand Teton National Park
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, pack up their Sea Eagle FastTrack™ and go kayaking in the continental USA’s National Parks. “My husband, Andrew, and I have kayaked for years where we live in Hawaii. In the last few years, we’ve vacationed in some of the National Parks in the continental United States. We’re planning a trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and want … Continue reading SEA EAGLE KAYAKING IN BEAUTIFUL HAWAII
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 Keys each year,” Steve Borisch, a Michigan-based Sea Eagle owner told us recently. “We have a Sea Eagle 12.6sr . We use it to go snorkeling in the shallow waters off Florida Bay in Islamorada.” The waters there are shallow for miles, says Steve. “It’s seven to nine feet deep there, and we go snorkeling for lobsters. If it’s clear, … Continue reading CATCHING FLORIDA LOBSTERS with a “Tickle Stick” and my Sea Eagle Inflatable Boat
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 are blessed to live in Washington State; an area of beautiful mountains, forests, lakes and rivers. Kayaking the rivers and lakes is a great way to enjoy all that God has created. This is really the great fun of kayaking — seeing the wildlife up close and personal. We’ve always enjoyed camping. We’ve done it all, tent camped, back packed, … Continue reading HOW TO PADDLE IN TANDEM in a 2-Person Sea Eagle Sport Kayak
Glen Cuff has owned four Sea Eagle inflatable boats over the past 20 years. His newest one is his new 385ft FastTrack™. Glen lives just a mile from the Pacific Ocean in beautiful San Diego, California. One of his favorite excursions is paddling around Coronado Island off San Diego, and he recently camped for four days on pristine Santa Cruz Island, one of California’s famous Channel Islands. San Diego has some of the most beautiful weather in the United States and it’s a great place to go kayaking. Glen goes boating for exercise and recreation. He says, “It’s a wonderful way … Continue reading KAYAKING & CAMPING in California’s Channel Islands — a FastTrack™ adventure
“My husband and I bought a Sea Eagle 370 last summer,” Linda Venard, of Indiana, told us. “I had always wanted a kayak and my husband was fully supportive of joining me on this new experience, especially since we needed to fill the hole of our last child leaving the nest for college. How would we replace all the activity that went with raising 4 children? Kayaking! We’d been so busy raising kids… “We had been so busy with school activities, sports, soccer, and so on,” Linda told us. “That’s how we spent a lot of our time. Now we … Continue reading THEIR CURE FOR EMPTY NEST SYNDROME? Sea Eagle Kayaking!
“Love it!!! The main reason we chose our 385 FastTrack was the ability to store it under the bed in our campervan. This works great. We’re impressed with how quickly it inflates with the pump. But equally as good is the comfort and stability. All in all, we are rapt with it and can’t wait to do some overnight trips.” When we received the above email from New Zelanders, Alison and Ken Polglase, we had to know more. Alison tells the rest of their story. “We live in Nelson, New Zealand, which is on the coast at the top of … Continue reading “WE GO CAMPERVANNING, TRAMPING & SEA EAGLE KAYAKING IN NEW ZEALAND.”