Sea Eagle SE9 Inflatable Boat Reviews

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Lee Orth Verified Owner 3/5/2022 3.0 out of 5 stars.

Works well once inflated. Hard to inflate and set up if you’re using the trolling motor. Takes a long time. Also there is no place for the battery for the trolling motor and no good place for the operator to sit well utilizing the trolling motor. Everything else about it though it’s good and it is quality.

Lee Orth Verified Owner 1/22/2022 4.0 out of 5 stars.

It’s a good little boat, very well constructed… solid. The only problem we have had has to do with a trolling motor. It takes a lot of time to insert the motor mounting bracket, and there is no easy place to put the battery. There is no comfortable place to sit and control the motor. Awkward at best. But absent that, it is a great little boat.

Sea Eagle's reply:

Thanks for the review! We recommend placing the battery box slightly forward in the boat to allow more room behind the seat as well as balance weight on the boat.

Amel McGill Verified Owner 1/19/2022 5.0 out of 5 stars.

I love the Sea Eagle 9. I’ve had it out on the lake with my daughters. Setup was easy and quick. It handled great with my trolling motor.

Ordering was easy, shipping to me seemed really quick. I am totally happy with my SE9.

Walter Welch Verified Owner 12/23/2021 3.0 out of 5 stars.

not too crazy about the floor boards . i like the wooden ones much better

. when shipped the insides were in backwards and i had to remove them and reinstall them. they seem to be too soft. just in case u didnt know this is the 3rd se-9 i've bought in the last 15 years. i liked the older ones better you cant use a chair on the new ones . and if u use the old wooden ones they deflate the floor boards. i bought the extended warrenty 6 years . because i'm 65 years old and after 6 years i'll be too old to haul it around. i've had some great times on ur boats but i've had 3 boats that failed one the valves all brokeoffmand im got a replacement . the replacement failed . some sort of dry rot of the hull while in storage in the basement. and one that just blew out on the seam. and was toast. just in case u want to know. it could be made of better material like zodiac boats . thanks .

Sea Eagle's reply:

Thanks for the review Walter. The material choice keeps the cost far below any reinforced PVC material. We have many boats made out of reinforced material if you would like to check them out.

For any assistance with your boat/valves or to talk about our other boats feel free to call or email anytime.