Canyon (S14)

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Canyon (S14) Description

The World's First All Drop Stitch Inflatable Canoe has arrived!

Say goodbye to old rigid, heavy, unstable, tippy, nearly impossible to store and transport canoes! The Patent Pending Sea Eagle Travel Canoe 16 is an incredibly rigid (up to 10 psi), super light, sixteen foot, high pressure inflatable canoe that packs down small enough to fit in the trunk of a car!

Canyon (S14) Specs and Features

  • Structure: Inflatable
  • Seating Configuration: Tandem
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

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Canyon (S14) Reviews

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I have owned my SOAR Canyon…

Submitted by: Outdoornate65 on 9/8/2021

I have owned my SOAR Canyon for 5 years and primarily use it as a "barge" (I named her "Babbs" the big ass blue barge) on multi-day flatwater river trips. The load carrying capacity is great and stability is awesome. I typically paddle the boat solo from a center mounted seat position. The grommet strips down both sides of the cockpit are a cool feature. I use NRS loop straps to secure my gear.


I just bought a used Soar…

Submitted by: Obiwan_Canoebi on 6/22/2020
I just bought a used Soar Canyon and took it on some Class III water recently. I am used to a hard boat and this thing does not track like a good Mad River Explorer. Having said that, the load capacity and stability in big wave trains was outstanding. I had it loaded down with myself (200lbs) and another 300lbs of gear and ran thru some rollers and wave trains that would have swamped my hard boats. I cannot wait to take this on more challenging water. On flat water the Canyon would be tough to justify but this thing is a beast in all other waters when you need to carry gear.

I Just Bought New S-14 for a…

Submitted by: paddler233453 on 12/18/2009
I Just Bought New S-14 for a 7 day Rio Grande Downstream from Big Bend national Park. Can pack a lot of gear in it and Secure with all those Steel hole tie downs! On Flat, I found moving seat towards back and adding weight up at nose Helps track a lot Better - still can be some work though. It does take some muscle to canoe it fast! In whitewater and Boulders it is excellent - just bounce of boulders or if you slide up on boulder Just push off -I went down one set up rapids Backwards! real easy to inflate and Stores great rolled up! Plan to use it a lot no mater what type of water in years to come!

I was going to paddle my Soar…

Submitted by: paddler229572 on 1/29/2002
I was going to paddle my Soar 14 solo through the Nenana River Canyon from Mt. Mckinley Park to Healy, but was joined by a paddler I had just met. Although an accomplished solo canoist, she had never been through this bigger section of the river. The Soar 14 was forgiving, stable, and tons of fun. It made the river much easier to paddle than in a solo canoe. The self bailing feature is great.

I soloed the S14 on…

Submitted by: paddler229158 on 3/26/2001
I soloed the S14 on self-supported 8-day trips down the Middle Fork of the Salmon River (Idaho) the past two summers. The S14 is the perfect boat for a highly technical, rock strewn whitewater river like the Middle Fork. It is not only highly maneuverable but extremely forgiving, allowing a C+ whitewater paddler from Missouri like me to enjoyably navigate an awesome river like the Middle Fork. It's a medium sized boat that can be used solo or tandem with ease. It doubles nicely as a family float canoe for me in the Ozarks.