The New!!! Sea Eagle 300x Explorer Pro Package"Whitewater Excitement, Flatwater Serenity"
Most other inflatables are good for whitewater paddling OR flatwater touring - but not both.
Whitewater inflatables are "wet-only" boats. They drain excess whitewater in wet conditions but leave you wet and cold in flatwater
Flatwater inflatables - dry only boats - have no drain valves so they're useless if you get into rough water.
Computer-aided design and state-of-the-art fabrication allows a reduction in weight (9-12lbs) while improving structural strength. Now with 16 drain valves for super-fast self-bailing in white water. Also features, removable slide skeg for improved tracking on open water. These new Explorers are the "pound for pound" champions capable of handling any type of adventure.
For greater back support our Pro Kayak package features a Tall Back Seat and stern storage bag for longer trips. A high-performance AB40 Paddle increase power and reduce fatigue.
When the 16 rapid self-bailing drain valves are open, you are sure to drain off water as quickly as it enters! With the drain valves closed you are certain to remain high and dry when paddling on flat waters such as lakes, bays and other bodies of water.
The unique modular design of the Sea Eagle Explorer™ features a super rigid, high pressure, drop stitch floor that sits on top of an outside floor. This has several advantages. The high pressure DS floor provides great rigidity and super responsive paddling performance. The reinforced outside fabric floor provides a double layer of added protection so it can bounce off rocks, logs and other objects you may hit in whitewater. The modular design allows the DS floor to be easily removed for quick and thorough cleaning.
A nice feature of this design is that the skeg can be removed with the Explorer inflated or deflated. Simply remove it for whitewater adventures (eliminating it as an obstruction)and replace it for flat water to reduce yawing (swinging to the right or left). This increases track-ability during long flat-water touring, maximizing efficiency.