It’s the 40th Anniversary of Sea Eagle’s Motormount boats! They first started making these versatile yet affordable, inflatable boats in 1982 and have now sold over 200,000. That’s a lot of boats! The current version is the Sea Eagle 9 (SE9). Four decades of making the same line of boats! Impressive!
The Sea Eagle FastCat 12 has a catamaran hull design that lifts the boat up and on top of the water to prevent the hull from slapping on the water for a super-smooth ride. This inflatable boat is perfect for fishing, diving, hauling gear, or a fun day on the water.
The PackFish 7 is Sea Eagle’s smallest fishing boat. At 7′ x 3′ 3″ and 22 pounds, this ultralight, inflatable boat is extremely portable. When deflated, it packs down into a compact 5″ x 20″ x 20″ to easily fit in its own backpack. You can carry the PackFish anywhere even stow it as luggage on a plane.
Sea Eagle uses two different rugged hull materials in their inflatable boats, kayaks, canoes, and boards. A moderate-pressure, 33 or 38 mil PolyKrylar (K80 PVC) fabric is used in their smaller, lighter boats and a high-pressure, 36 mil 1000 to 2000 denier polyester-reinforced fabric in high-performance boats.
The Sea Eagle Sport Runabouts are lightweight and fold down into a size that is easily stowed in an RV, camper, SUV, or below deck in your sailboat or yacht. The portability and ease of stowing of these boats are their greatest advantage.
The Sea Eagle Rescue14 Sport Runabout is a beefed-up version of the 14ft Sport Runabout in high-visibility, bright orange for easy recognition during rescue operations. The Rescue14 is specifically designed for emergency rescue personnel and holds 7 adults and a maximum load capacity of 2000 lbs. (907 kgs.).
The 14′ Sea Eagle Sport Runabout is a rugged boat that can carry up to 7 adults or 2000 lbs. and has the ability to accommodate up to a 40hp motor. This boat can move at enviable speeds!
This is Sea Eagle’s most popular size transom boat. It’s large enough to take up to a 30hp engine and pull a skier or a tow-able, capable of motoring long distances without filling up, economical to run, and easy to trailer, or cartop if you don’t want to stow and later spend the 20 to 30 minutes setting it up at the put-in.