For students, instructors, pilots, and seaplane lovers everywhere. The complete guide to earning your Single-Engine-Sea rating, and to keeping safe thereafter. Includes lesson plans, syllabi, accident reviews, stories from old, moldy, seaplane pilots, endorsements, tips from a FAA-Designated Seaplane Pilot Examiner, lots of seaplane photos and a bit of history.
- Paperback | 86 pages
- 215.9 x 279.4 x 5.33mm | 281.23g
- 11 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, color
About M D Kincaid
Mike Kincaid began flying seaplanes from Lake Hood, Alaska, in 1978. Piloting Super Cubs, Cessnas, and Beavers for the Alaska Department of Public Safety and the Civil Air Patrol, he adventured through much of Bush Alaska as a Trooper. He has operated two seaplane instruction schools and now serves as a FAA-Designated Seaplane Pilot Examiner in North Idaho, where he also flies a variety of seaplanes for fun. Mike has authored three adventure books on Alaska, a WW II non-fiction about a US Navy rescue seaman and a kamikaze pilot, and now three aviation-related books.