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Spinnaker or Airfoil Sails transform the maneuverable Sea Eagle CRX 2G into an enjoyable sailer -- a great investment!


Suggested Outfitting:
#2032 Outrigger 10 ft. HV
#2039
Outrigger Parts
#2003 Airfoil Sail Rig 32 sq. ft.
#2005 Leeboard Large
#2051 Trampoline


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Sea Eagle CRX 2G

Super Stable - Seaworthy - Roomy
Outrigger, Catamaran, and Sailing Options
Length
Width
Capacity
Weight, Custom Glass
Weight, Kevlar®/Graphite
19'
33”
900 lbs.
89 lbs.
78 lbs.
Cockpit
Bow Porthole
Center Hatch
Stern Hatch
outfitting of this model
16" X 35.5"
6" diameter
9.5" X 19”
13" X 19”

The lasting impressions of the Sea Eagle are its incredible stability, seaworthiness, roominess, comfort, ease of paddling, and excellent rudder response. Rudder control is superb in even severe wind and wave conditions.
With its 19-foot length and 33-inch beam, this boat has a load capacity of 900 lbs. You can explore and camp in luxury -- no need to leave the crab pot, salmon gear, and rubber boots behind because of weight and space considerations.
The roominess allows for easy stowage of bulky gear such as food canisters or plastic barrels, popular for wilderness camping in bear country.
The Sea Eagle has proven itself on demanding expeditions through the Aleutian Islands and the Kodiak Island Archipelago. German adventurer and author, Dr. Gernot Spielvogel, also chose a Sea Eagle for his 2000-mile expedition down the Yukon River to the Bering Sea.

A trustworthy workhorse for outfitters, the Sea Eagle is also a favorite for all-around family use and for paddling with small children.

  "On our trip to Desolation Sound, Canada, our Sea Eagle carried 'tons' of stuff: camping, fishing, and camera gear; a small cooler and a bucket filled with potatoes, onions, and cabbage... We even
brought our down pillows..."

Barbara Kaupat, Easy Rider