Seaquest 10

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Seaquest 10 Description

The Sun Dolphin Seaquest 10 is lightweight and easy to carry. It tracks and paddles with ease while offering maximum stability. Includes paddle.

Seaquest 10 Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Additional Attributes

  • Non-slip foot pads
  • Five carrying handle locations
  • Storage compartment with shock cord deck rigging
  • Fin for superior tracking
  • Recessed cooler area with strap

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Seaquest 10 Reviews

Read reviews for the Seaquest 10 by Sun Dolphin as submitted by your fellow paddlers. All of the reviews are created and written by paddlers like you, so be sure to submit your own review and be part of the community!

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It is my first paddle board…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 9/5/2020
It is my first paddle board and I love it! Easy to manage, not too heavy for me to handle alone. I love the drywell, and all of the straps and places to put my stuff for fishing!

I love my orange paddle…

Submitted by: paddler460507 on 9/4/2019

I love my orange paddle board. The storage is awesome. I especially like the dry storage for keys and phone. Although it is a little on the heavy side it handles very well on the water.


Heavier than I expected,…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 6/28/2016
Heavier than I expected, although with the weight you get some great features like the storage inside the hull of the board, which with an insert makes it great to store phone keys, ect. and the storage straps for a dry bag overall it is a great board to get into the sport with. Pros storage compartment and luggage straps Cons weight, hard plastic Usage floating along a river

my kids love this board, when…

Submitted by: Izz on 5/25/2016
my kids love this board, when we drop anchor its a race to see who gets to go first. The wife likes to lay out and catch sun. Pros extremely light, easily used Cons As a bigger guy it isnt much use to me... the max weight could be higher, and storage can sometimes be an issue when the boat is at capacity. Usage floating around

Great paddle board, got it…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 5/13/2016
Great paddle board, got it for a pretty good price. Good beginner board and very durable and I can take it everywhere so it's really good for that. Just a little bit heavy but not too bad Pros Almost everything Cons Weight Usage Casual/lake days

Bought this board two weeks…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 10/5/2015
Bought this board two weeks ago to paddle along our adjacent bayou into Bay St. Louis and the Mississippi Sound. Easy to use for novice paddlers, because it is stable, yet very maneuverable. The kids and adults both enjoyed using it. Adjustable paddle was good for all but the tallest paddlers. We like that it's sturdy and will hold up to lots of use. Price was right for an all around board that we can learn on and let guests use. Pros Lots of handles and gear tie downs. Bottle holder is useful. Center carrying handle is solid. Vent system is easy to use. Nice styling. We have the blue one. Cons Slightly heavy at 50 lbs, but lots of handles and a carrying handle help. Usage Exploring bayous off Bay St. Louis, and coastal waters in the Mississippi Sound.

This is a great beginner…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 9/28/2015
This is a great beginner board for the family. We have kids with ages ranging from 10 to 21. Everyone found the board easy to use and stable. It is ideal for lake use. It handles waves well. A nice stable ride. Pros It's stable and easy to use. Its durable which is needed with kids. Cons Nothing. Usage Exercise and touring.

This is a great beginner…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 7/28/2015
This is a great beginner board. It's best for calm waters, but can take small waves. I use it on a large lake. Sturdy, heavy, easy to get on and off. It's a bit wide, but that helps with balance. Pros Long, floats well, cuts through the water well, gripper pads for feet, on board storage options. Cons Doesn't seem to have a place to attach a leg leash. It's heavy - 50lbs - so it's best used where you have direct access to the water. Usage Exercise, touring, minor surf.

I bought the board 2 days ago…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 7/19/2015
I bought the board 2 days ago and have been on it a couple of times. Pros Its stable and easy to use. Cons It's a little cumbersome. Usage I use it on a lake.

The ride is smooth, easy to…

Submitted by: Barryheider on 7/15/2015
The ride is smooth, easy to maneuver. When on the lake it turns heads and always has people asking to give it a try. I really like that it is durable. Pros The ease in setting a balance point and the fact that it maneuvers with little to no effort. Kind of feels like we think together. Cons Nothing really, honestly I do not think it could be built better. Usage Our primary use is exercise, but my grandson does fish from it with success. Everyone else just loves to paddle around the lake.

I bought my sun dolphin just…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 5/31/2015
I bought my sun dolphin just to try lake kayak and boy let me tell you something just clicked and oh boy oh boy what fun not just to get out but to get Out and away . PS I can be fishing in a jippy. Pros Holds my fishing equipment. Cons A Lil cumbersome to move or carry. Usage Pleasure.

Good starter board because it…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 4/17/2015
Good starter board because it is nearly indestructible. Convenient bungee system built in as well as a dry compartment for keys or phone. That being said, it is very heavy for the size and a bit cumbersome. All and all a great board to buy to decide if SUP is for you. Pros Built-in bungee system dry well nearly indestructible Cons Very heavy cumbersome Usage Small waves on a tidal river

This board is great for…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 1/29/2015
This board is great for beginner or people new to the sport. It is affordable and durable. It is not a race board or surfer, but is instead a board that is great for recreational use. Pros Love the deck cords and cup hiolder Very tough Cons Doesn't track very well and is a little heavy Usage Recreational use, day trips on rivers and lakeside

10'33" sup.nonslip foot…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 5/21/2014
10'33" sup.nonslip foot pads.5 carrying handle positions. Dry storage compartment with shock cord deck rigging. Recessed cooler area with strap. Pros Very easy to stand up first time and stable. Like the nonslip padding and all the features it has as mentioned above as well as cup holder. Great beginner board without spending a lot of money to ensure your going to love the sport. Cons Weighs 50 lbs and 10 ' length is a little hard for me to put on and off my trailblazer. But with more supping and getting my core stronger should be OK. I also don't like that its not the "cool" surf sup look I would like. Usage Touring...excersize.

For my first ever SUP I don't…

Submitted by: dmodifiedstock on 5/20/2014
For my first ever SUP I don't have a lot to compare it to. But, it was very easy to get up on and the initial stability of it was apparent. Secondary stability made me comfortable and confident that I could quickly get used to this new paddle sport. Having been a long time canoe and kayak lover, I am excited to begin this new sport and think my new BIC board will give me years of fun and great core exercise. Pros Very stable--both primary and secondary. Cons The only thing that I would like to see on this board is a bit more vivid color scheme. Usage Touring, exercise.