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Favorite option: If you want this item to be marked as a favorite, click on the black heart.   AirCam vs SeaRey experience. Now looking for partners.  
bradley, jeff - Jun 12, 2017   Viewers  | Reply
    Just got my check-out in the AirCam. What a great flying machine!! Been flying the SeaRey about 3 years now,
and I love flying that as well, but the AirCam is awesome!! Flying the SeaRey where i do, I'm forced to fly over cities and trees ( ft
Myers, Detroit suburbs, rural Fl and Michigan ). That is the biggest reason I'm drawn to the AirCam. The redundancy of
the 2nd engine is such a great feeling! Flying low and slow, like we all love, is such a joy, not being as concerned with having a
safe landing place if an engine quits. And thats just on the way to the lake!! This plane is so easy to fly and it just hops off the
water so fast its amazing. It flys a lot like the Rey, the numbers are almost identical, seems to handle waves better than the Rey,
not as choppy. Also, the useful load is 600 lbs+. You can tie a bike, or kayak to the floats if you wanted. Enjoyed the open
cockpit more than I thought i would. So little wind you can hold a chart if you want to.

Of course, the biggest draw back is the cost. Hence why I'm looking for partners in an amphib AirCam. Currently in a SeaRey
partnership and its been a great experience. Located in Michigan in the
summer, and Florida in the winter. Location is flexible.


Daniel Hayden - Jun 23, 2017   Viewers  | Reply
    I would love to partner in an amphib, SeaRey or AirCam, but I am in Ft Myers (actually Estero) year round. Also, the wait to get an hangar is ridiculous. I have not flown in either but would love to experience either / both. I have my SES but my only time is in a Maule amphib when I trained. I did get an email this week that a large hangar had opened in Naples but I don't have anything to put in it!!
bradley, jeff - Jun 23, 2017   Viewers  | Reply
    Yep. Our SeaRey stays at Page field ( Ft. Myers ) in the winter, but we pay for and keep the hanger year because of the high demand
for hangers there.

Get back to me in the fall, maybe we can get you a ride in our Ray.

Steve Kessinger - Jun 23, 2017   Viewers  | Reply
    After I bought my first hangar in 2009 I had a lot of people stop by and tell me they wished they had not procrastinated. Same thing with the new hangar. You wait, you miss, you regret. At a certain point in our lives, it becomes too late and joins the other shoulda, coulda, wouldas.

Get the hangar. You'll find a way to put something in it, even if it's a beat up Champ or 152 place holder until you find what you want.

Haven't you waited long enough?

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