Sea Eagle 385ft Inflatable Kayak Package
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385 feet? Better not be built like the titanic.
Thats a big boat!
The air required for a 385ft inflatable anything boggles my mind.
Sorry guys, no inflatable Titanics here. It’s simply a model number and not so simply, confusing and misleading. I questioned it, too.
So would that be pronounced “f-t”, then?
That “385ft” sure is an attention-getter. Way to go, Sea Eagle marketing department!
WTF! Isn’t Hawai’i part of the USA? Any company that sells a product that won’t include Alaska and Hawai’i, the 49th & 50th states is a farce. We’ve paid your taxes since 1959… that’s 55 years and we still hold the position of being bastard children to “screw you” American marketing companies?
Not a chance!
The guy in the video sounds like Ron Swanson.
When you joined the USA it became “our” taxes and we appreciate your contribution.
Wouldn’t you prefer a hollowed out tree for a boat?
IMO you can have a nicer Advanced Elements AdvancedFrame setup for the same money. Had mine for 3 years now and absolutely love it. Wouldn’t touch this 400 foot long sea beagle.
At 385 ft how many passengers can I seat. I’m hoping at least 150.
It’s the 385 FastTrack. That’s a major step up in quality from the normal ones Woot sells, like the SE330.
Incredibly over priced when you can get an injection molded kayak for equivalent use for hundreds less. I own a tandem injection molded kayak and am in the market for a single- was just out window shopping some last night. Sure, this one weighs a little less, but for a couple of pounds, I’ll go with the cheaper, more durable, more reliable model.
At least I wouldn’t have to patch it!
at 385 Feet …
this is a definite Yacht of a Kayak …
gotta love it
who thought up That model number…
We bought the Sea Eagle 420 Explorer (which is around 14’ long) a few weeks ago. While we have not had a chance to try it out in the water just yet, the kayak looked great during our initial setup. This is a rigid inflatable, which means it is quite hard (as in you can stand up in it). The primary advantage over a non-inflatable is, of course, that you can put it in your trunk instead of needing to roof mount it or something to that effect. It is also relatively light, which makes it easy to carry.
I’m in for three kayaks and three gazebos today.