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Explorer 300x

9' 10"
Length
39"
Width (in)
28
Weight (lb)
$849
MSRP

Explorer 300x Description

The long awaited and anticipated 300x Explorer Solo Adventure Series Kayak is finally here! Now you can do what others only dream of with our most versatile kayak ever! And this one is made for one! We've combined the buoyancy and durability of our Explorers with the ability to maneuver it like a race car through the toughest obstacle course! The 300x stands alone in a class of it's own! Designed to tackle whitewater as well as open-water and surf, this kayak is sure to add years of fun!

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Explorer 300x Specs and Features

  • Structure: Inflatable
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Additional Attributes

  • NMMA Certified
  • 16 High Capacity Self-bailing Drain Valves
  • Large Removable Rear Weedless Swept Back Skeg for Flatwater Touring
  • Front & Rear Spray Skirts with Carry Handles and bungee cords
  • Separate Drop Stitch floor for rigidity
  • 12 D-rings to secure seats and gear
  • 3 One-Way Air Valves

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Explorer 300x Reviews

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5

I had my original Sea Eagle…

Submitted by: RKQ on 7/10/2020
I had my original Sea Eagle 330 for over 12 years, it survived hard paddling and finally tore the front out and it was time for replacement. I upgraded to the 300X and love this new boat. I love the removable skeg, and the tough skin. I use it on the Rio Grande in Northern NM. I replace the skeg to use in lakes for the enhanced tracking. I have paddled it in high winds, which admittedly is tough in ANY boat! I have recommended this boat over and over to people I know, and they also have been happy with the purchase
5

Fantastic! I've owned my…

Submitted by: paddler524207 on 7/8/2019

Fantastic! I've owned my 300x (and a 380x explorer also from Sea Eagle) for the last three years. I've had it on the ocean battling 5' waves, flooded rivers, whitewater, and flat lakes. It is amazingly well constructed, light enough for me to handle by myself, packs down easily, and is very stable. I adore this kayak. It is also extremely comfortable; drop the seat and take a nap on the lake in your boat! I can't recommend it enough.

4

i'm a small paddler of 66kg …

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 4/29/2019

i'm a small paddler of 66kg - 70kg (145lbs - 154lbs) i have paddled the 300x on the sea in flat to moderate conditions. i have also done grade 2 white water so far and it really is safe and stable, as long as it is not to windy this craft will track very well with out the skag, an electric pump even the smaller ones make it easier to inflate and just top up with manual pump, deflates and packs away fast. i bought a shorter paddle than the one it comes with and feel it helps my paddle of this craft.

4

Excellent experience. Rides…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 5/30/2018

Excellent experience. Rides well, tracks well, as stable as a hard-shell. Pumping the 5 compartments takes me longer than they say, so I bought a cheap $10.00 pump on Amazon that I plug into a converter that plugs into the cigarette lighter. Huge forward step.

On the other hand, it deflates really fast. I recommend drying it off first with a towel, Windex for dirty spots. I lay it out when I return home to dry thoroughly.