SEAWOLF - Description


        Product Overview

        Key Features

        Design and Construction

        Short Take-Off and Landing Capabilities

        Deployable Configuration

        History

 

 


Product Overview

The SEAWOLF is more than a seaplane.

Based on 50 years of production and operations experience,
the
SEAWOLF delivers cost effective performance as an
adaptable utility aircraft with amphibious versatility.

The SEAWOLF is a Multi-Mission Amphibian.

 

 

 


Key Features

 

         AMPHIBIOUS CAPABILITY

1500 nm (2778 km) / 14.0 hrs (30 min reserve)

$75/hr

(4) underwing hardpoints will accommodate standard 14" NATO masts to carry a variety of stores: Search & Rescue Pods, Long Range Fuel, Surveillance Equipment, Cargo Pods, Flare Dispensers, Supply Drop, Light Weaponry, and more.

Gyro Stabilized Thermal Imaging (FLIR) and Color TV, Digital Multi-Spectral Imaging, Radar, UV Imaging, Still Photography, ASW Acoustic Detection, NVG Cockpit, SATCOM/NAV, are just some of the systems that can be integrated, processed, recorded, and/or downlinked. Oil/Water samples can also be collected as evidence (with only a momentary touch of the water surface).

The SEAWOLF is not a landplane converted to seaplane use, but is designed and built as an amphibian from the ground up. Every detail part is alodined or custom coated, then primed prior to assembly.

 

 

 



Design and Construction

 

 

 




Short Take-Off and Landing Capabilities

The SEAWOLF offers exceptional short field/small water performance.

The boat shaped hull also allows for circular take-offs and landings.

 

 

 

 



Deployable Configuration

 

The SEAWOLF can be easily and quickly disassembled, then loaded onto a transport aircraft or ship for special rapid deployment to distant theaters of operation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


History

 

Our founders came from the successful design teams of Republic Aircraft and Grumman Corporation. With origins rooted in such great amphibious aircraft as the Goose, Widgeon, Mallard, and Albatross, our company flew our first model (Skimmer) in early 1948. The Skimmer was subsequently FAA certified in 1955 as the first in a series of successful boat hulled amphibious aircraft.

In the ensuing years, new improved models with higher horsepower and increased seating capacity were introduced, each building on the success of the previous model.

The
SEAWOLF is the 7th generation of this proud line of amphibious aircraft.

 

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