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Sea Eagle 2 Person Inflatable Kayak

Sea Eagle 2 Person Inflatable Kayak

Description

Title: Sea Eagle 2 Person Inflatable Sport Kayak

The Sea Eagle 2 Person Inflatable Sport Kayak is designed to accommodate two people with its 500-pound capacity. Weighing only 26 pounds, this kayak is suitable for up to Class III whitewater.

This kayak package includes the SE330 Sport Kayak, 2 AB30 paddles, 2 inflatable movable and removable SEC seats, a foot pump, repair kit, and a carry bag with a convenient shoulder strap.

The lashed down inflatable spray skirts provide storage space underneath, allowing you to keep your belongings secure and easily accessible.

With the open and close drain valve, you can easily control water drainage. Additionally, the kayak features 5 deluxe 1-way inflation and deflation valves for effortless setup and pack-up.

For enhanced tracking and speed, the kayak is equipped with 2 skegs on the bottom.

FAQs:

Q: My wife and I are trying to decide between the Sea Eagle 330 or the Sea Eagle SE370 for tandem use. How comfortable is this kayak with two people?

A: Buy the SE370. You can't add needed space later. Also, get the Pro package seats. They are worth the additional price for comfort and support. The SE330 is just too tight for most people. I wish I had bought the SE370.

Q: Do the seat locations adjust, and can one person navigate the kayak well, or is it just for two?

A: You can put one or two seats "anywhere" inside the kayak. I actually took one seat and turned it around when I go out paddling by myself, to use as an additional backrest to my seat, although it's not necessary. You won't be disappointed.

Q: Can this Sea Eagle 330 with deluxe package be shipped internationally?

A: It generally costs as much to ship this product internationally as it does to purchase. Therefore, the cost doubles.

Q: I have a small Boxer dog. Will her toenails be a problem? Should I buy boots for her to protect the kayak?

A: I would put a bath rug on the bottom of the kayak. It protects the interior and gives the pup something firmer to grip with their feet.

Summary

Frequently Asked Questions

My wife and I are trying to decide between the Sea Eagle 330 or the Sea Eagle SE370 for tandem use. How comfortable is this kayak with two people?

TBuy the SE370. You can't add needed space later. Also get the Pro package seats. They are worth the additional price for comfort and support. The SE330 is just too tight for most people. I wish I had bought the SE370.

Do the seat locations adjust and can one person navigate the kayak well or is it just for two?

You can put one or two seats "anywhere" inside the kayak. I actually took one seat and turned it around when I go out paddling by myself, to use as additional backrest to my seat, although it's not necessary. You wont be disappointed.

Do this sea eagle 330 with deluxe package can be international shipping?Thank you :)

It generally costs as much to ship this product internationally as it does to purchase. Therefore the cost doubles.

I have a small Boxer dog. Will her toenails be a problem? We go for walks on sidewalks and blacktop, so the nails stay fairly well worn down. Should I buy boots for her to protect the kayak?

I would put a bath rug on the bottom of the kayak; protects the interior, and gives the pup something firmer to grip with their feet.