Sea Eagle blow up boats

marcortez

No soy yo
Jul 15, 2007
217
147
loreto bcs mexico
Name
dale
Boat Name
Gregor
Considering buying one of these inflatables. The 10'6" model looks about right......with a 6hp outboard.
No trailer needed.....fits in a bag.....
Use for small lakes, Colorado river, and the mangroves on the Pacific side of Baja.

Comments please......
 
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Done_Deal

Member
Sep 10, 2004
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256
Santa Monica
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Name
Joe
Boat Name
19' Home Built
Considering buying one of these inflatables. The 10'6" model looks about right......with a 6hp outboard.
No trailer needed.....fits in a bag.....
Use for small lakes, Colorado river, and the mangroves on the Pacific side of Baja.

Comments please......


Had experience with one in the mid 80s. One step above a pool toy.
 
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Shewillbemine

"should of" is NOT a thing
  • Oct 19, 2012
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    3,144
    California
    Name
    Shewillbemine
    Boat Name
    Chips N Guac
    Bought one and never used it (actually threw it away; I'm wasteful). The idea of blowing it up and breaking it down every time also turned me off once I experienced doing it once.

    Didn't seem like the kind of thing I'd want to take out, even to Irvine Lake. Mind you, mine was the "good one" that could seat like 4 - 5 people. Still have the trolling motor I bought for it that I never used as well.
     
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    elliott 53

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    Jul 15, 2009
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    Calabasas
    Name
    steve
    Boat Name
    DIVA
    we have the 10 6 and love it, we use it all summer long at the islands, fun for the kids and girls.. 6 hp is way to small if you want to go fast with 4 people..
     
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