The Sea Eagle STS10 is perfect for lakes, ponds, bays, creeks, and rivers in calm or rough weather. Its frameless design and large air chambers allow you to take this boat to areas other boat owners can only dream of and draft in as little as 4 inches of water where heavier boats can’t go.
The Sea Eagle 285 Frameless Inflatable Pontoon Boat is a rugged, lightweight, amazingly stable, and ultra-portable, solo fishing boat that folds down to approximately 24″ x 14″ x 12″ to be packed into a bag that can be carried to remote fishing locations, stowed in a car trunk, or a small closet.
Sea Eagle has released the brand new FastCat 14 Catamaran Inflatable Boat. This impressive boat is over the top! If you bought the FastCat 12, stop reading. You may get boat envy. This bigger badder version of the FastCat 12 may be the most stable inflatable boat on the market!
The Sea Eagle 375fc FoldCat Inflatable Fishing Boat has a unique patented design that offers anglers the ability to securely stand on a lightweight, portable, platform fishing boat. Now in hunter-green, this is the newest version of a remarkable pontoon boat that has been produced for over 10 years. From the high-view platform of the […]
The Sea Eagle FishSkiff 16 is the world’s only rollup 16′ Fishing skiff and the lightest 16′ fishing boat on the market! It’s made with drop-stitch technology from a nearly indestructible, double-layer reinforced, 1000 Denier material to provide amazing strength, durability, and rock-solid rigidity.
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.
What you wear under a wetsuit can be extraordinarily important. Clothes can be uncomfortable. They can wrinkle up under your wetsuit and even cause wetsuit rash. What you wear or don’t wear under a wetsuit really comes down to a matter of personal preference, hygiene, and public decency.