Sea Eagle 14sr Inflatable Boat Reviews

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George Wilson Verified Owner 10/1/2018 5.0 out of 5 stars.

Very Pleased with the 14sr I am using it on a river that is often shallow .I have not had any issues at all. I have purchased an additional seat for the bow & also mounted navigational lights really enjoying it with my Grandson fishing. I have a question about leaving it inflated over the winter I have it on a flat trailer will this cause any issues?

Sea Eagle's reply:


We're glad to hear that you're enjoying your Sea Eagle! Leaving it inflated on the trailer should be fine, but leaving the boat unattended outdoors could be an issue. We recommend storing the boat in a cool, dry area. If storing inflated, please be sure to check the pressure each time before use.

Jerry Jones Verified Owner 1/4/2018 5.0 out of 5 stars.

So much fun with our boat! This is our 1st experience living on a lake and having a boat. We love it! The only thing I would have done differently is get the electric motor. Can't wait for spring!

Robert Stearns Verified Owner 12/14/2017 5.0 out of 5 stars.

I would definitely buy this boat again. The main reason I own this boat is because I live in a condo and boat storage is expensive in fort lauderdale. It is very easy to store and transport. It also is a very stable and safe boating platform if piloted responsibly. It launches easily using launch wheels from places you would never be able to launch with a trailer.

Anthony Irwin Verified Owner 1/7/2016 5.0 out of 5 stars.

Bought the boat over 10 years ago - I needed an inflatable for low clearance on reefs outside of my house in the Gulf Islands of BC.

The boat is kept in the open year round and for most of the year it simply sits on the rocky beach as per the photo. I must admit that this is the second (even third) engine but the boat itself has not needed any major repairs or maintenance apart from an annual scrub down to remove winter debris. More than once, large driftwood logs have floated over the boat and then submerged the craft completely, all with no major impact. The beach that the craft sits on is sharp sandstone rocks with many oyster shells .

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I have had to replace a couple of the inflation valves but have had to do no puncture repairs despite the poor manner in which the craft is treated, this year I did break a paddle as well.

I would say that this is an outstandingly tough craft and I certainly have had my moneys worth over the years.

Great value and I would recommend buying a 14SR

Tony Irwin