|Roll-out. This can be pretty dramatic from the cockpit or the shore
|2005 Water-Flying Action at Brookeville Reservoir, Indiana
|Almost on step. Total distance has been 100-200 yards from idle. This is typical performance
solo with the 100HP 912S engine.
|Step attitude just prior to liftoff. This photo was taken very shortly after the previous. Solo,
water takeoff runs less than 500ft are common. At Gross Weight, takeoff runs are reliably
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|Taxi back for takeoff. This is the normal idle taxi attitude on the water. Note good visibility
expect for directly over the nose. Even here, visibility is still better than many other seaplanes.
We carry a hand-mirror to aid in checking '6' when buckled up for takeoff.
|Lined up for takeoff with 1/2 flaps, stick back, and water rudders up
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