The Perfect Travel Kayak!
Stow Below Deck - Paddle Anytime, Anywhere
Sea Eagle® RazorLite™ 393rl Inflatable Kayak
Our high pressure, all drop stitch inflatable kayak
is super light, super fast, super rigid and super easy
to paddle! Only 28 lbs., the 393rl inflates in 5 minutes and can
be stowed in a small space and ready to go in minutes.
NOW ON SALE!
Kayak Packages Starting at $899*!
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Dept. BU046B, 19 N. Columbia St., Ste 1, Port Jefferson, N Y 11777
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• 12’ 10” long, 28” wide
• Weighs 28 lbs.
• Paddles 4-6 mph
• Holds 1 Person/500 lbs.
Comes in its
own Back Pack
Folds down to
ably quickly – trying to touch up at this
stage will only make things worse. Five or
six full-strength coats is the minimum to
provide UV and wear protection, though
eight or nine is better for that deep, luxurious gloss.
Sanding And More Sanding
For the ultimate finish, you must sand
between each coat. Sanding between
coats improves the glossiness of the finish. If you omit the sanding, each coat
gets progressively rougher in both look
and feel. Sand between coats with 320-
grit paper backed with a cork or proprietary sanding block for large flat surfaces,
changing the paper as soon as it start
to lose its cut or become clogged. After
sanding, remember to dust, wipe with
solvent, then go over with the tack rag
before the next coat is applied.
All your hard work will be rewarded
with gleaming brightwork, but to keep
it in tip-top condition, touch up any
areas that get damaged as soon as possible. Many owners keep a small jar of
varnish and a disposable brush aboard for
this purpose. This is one time when you
can get away with just slapping a bit of
varnish on; the idea is to prevent water
from getting under the finish and lifting
it off. You can always do a proper repair
The greater threat to varnish comes
from the sun’s harmful UV rays, so consider making covers for large areas of
brightwork, such as hatches. These will
keep your brightwork looking great for
many years and lessen the amount of time
you spend recoating.
Before varnishing, wipe down the surface
with the solvent or thinners recommended
by the manufacturer. Use a clean, lint-free
rag and fold it often to avoid dragging dirt
from one area to another.
Do It Yourself