Sea Eagle 465ft Inflatable Kayaks and Canoe Reviews
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Everything is great, haven't been able to use it much, but very satisfied with everything.
An amazing boat. We purchased our first Sea Eagle about 40 years ago(Orange & Blue), it was a great inflatable. We purchased our second Sea Eagle about 10 years later(light grey & blue), a wonderful boat but nothing compare with the 465ft. It's a work horse and a racing horse in one wonderful package. The 465ft is light, easy to set up and once in the water it is fast, it is stable, it keeps course with minimum drag, has plenty space for people and gear, it is durable and beautiful to look at. During the years we had different inflatable but this one tops it all. Very happy we chose this one. Way to go Sea Eagle, you have created a masterpiece.
Just took my new 465ft out for its maiden voyage and could not be happier. I was afraid when I bought it that it might be to long to handle by myself but after being on the river paddling both down steam and up stream as a single paddler and the next day with a friend as a tandem I could not be more pleased. Very stable, tracks straight, easy to paddle and responds quickly. Sets up in about 15 min and deflates, dry and store in about 30 minutes. Very glad now that I bought the 465 as it has a lot more leg room and storage than the 385. This is my second Sea Eagle and my next planned purchase will be the Canoe. Thanks for the memories. Stephen Gillenwater
I just spent 254 days in my 465 ft! Starting in January of this year I spent two months on the Manistee River in Michigan fishing steelhead. The temps never got above 18 degrees going down to the lowest of 3 above zero. Then it was off to the Ausable River where I spent early spring pushing the paddle, five weeks on the water. Then the big adventure began. It was off to spend the next four months on Lake Superior in Michigan’s upper peninsula. I rigged the 465 ft up with a deck cover that worked very well. I was able to load the 465 up with gear I needed plus one month of food supplies! Still keeping everything below the gunnels of the boat. Although very heavy I was able to paddle fairly easy as long as the big lake wasn’t kicking two bad. With a low center of gravity I never once felt uncomfortable. The final part of my trip was spent back on the Ausable River. Covering the entire river 130 miles unsupported was a breeze loading the 465 up with all needed. Absolutely recommend this kayak for extended trips.