Sea Eagle 330 Inflatable Kayak Review
Looking for a one or two person, inflatable kayak suitable for everything from relaxing days on a lake to Class III rapids? The Sea Eagle SE330 Inflatable Kayak is versatile, comfortable, and easy and fun to use.
The Sea Eagle 330 Inflatable Kayak can hold up to 500 pounds worth of people and gear. Take it out by yourself or include a friend or partner, it weighs only 26 pounds and can easily carried by one person when fully inflated. Perfect for everything from short fishing trips to extended camping adventures and even class III rapids.
Tough and durable, the SE300 features a super-thick 22 mil polykrylar hull, I-beam floor construction, and high frequency welded seams. Two built-in skegs provided superior tracking and speed.
Self-bailing drain valve
3 deluxe 1-way valves
Inflatable Spray Skirts
I-Beam Floor Contruction
2 bottom skegs
Bow and Stern Grab Lines
6 minute inflation and assembly
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Exterior Dimensions: 9'6" x 1'1"
Interior Dimensions: 11' 2" x 2' 10"
Deflated Dimensions: 24" x 16" x 7"
Capacity: 500 pounds
Weight: 26 pounds
Chambers: 3 (port, floor, and starboard)
Material: 33 mil Polykrylar
Deluxe vs Pro Package
Sea Eagle offers this kayak with in a "Deluxe Package" and a "Pro Package". Both packages include (2) paddles, a foot pump, and a carry bag.
The only difference between the two packages is the type of seat you receive, with the "Pro Package" coming with an improved seat.
Sea Eagle SE330 Kayak Reviews
Sample Customer Reviews
Reviews of the SE300 are good overall, but there are some mixed reviews. 72% of owners rate this inflatable kayak as 4 stars or better out of 5.
Positive Customer Reviews
Light, easy to blow up with included pump (less than 10 minutes), it's stable in the water, and very comfortable.
My husband and I have used this canoe around 10 times both on rivers and lakes and it's been great. Easy to set-up and re-pack.
Extremely confortable. Perfect for the canals around Miami.
Negative Customer Comments
I don't see how it handles class III rapids. Don't get me wrong, it's fun, but it's not very stable and doesn't track very well.
First, it's more of a canoe than a kayak. Second, it's an unstable canoe.