FORGET THE RUNWAYS!

SAFETY, COMFORT AND RELIABILITY EVERYWHERE

The SeaBear is an experimental, four-seat, twin-engine, modern and elegant amphibious aircraft. It was created to fly over vast expanses of Siberia with no airports, but lots of rivers, lakes and snow fields.

It has an impressive range and cruise speed and a spacious dual control cabin which provides comfort in flight.

Two Rotax turbo engines with variable pitch propellers use automotive gasoline as well as Avgas 100LL and allow to fly over  12000 ft altitude. Twin engine design ensures safety in case of engine failure. This plane can fly and climb (about 300 ft/min) and make a go-around with one engine inoperative.

The SeaBear has outstanding take-off and climb performance and useful load about 1400lbs. It can land on the fields, rivers, beaches, snow fields with short take-off and landing distance.

Steering on hard surfaces is provided by differential braking of the main gear wheels and a super effective tail unit.

A unique design feature of this airplane is the entrance to the cabin through a big door in the rear of fuselage which ensures comfortable and easy boarding on water or in airfield. Passing between V-keels, you can step ashore dry shod.

All the airframe, especially the landing gear and the big hull, is strong and designed to operate in severe conditions. The SeaBear is easy to handle both in flight and in water due to the twin-engine design, low landing speed and short take-off distance.

This enduring and friendly aircraft can be a trusty workhorse or a stylish yacht.

You will be surprised how pleasant it is to operate this beautiful flying boat!

 

This practical amphibious aircraft has an appeal to fishers, hunters, divers, travellers and water based recreation lovers. This plane is also intended for instructional and training flights, aero tourism, patrolling, aerial photography and other purposes.

Today, the dream of flight on water is more accessible and more affordable than ever before. The SeaBear will be your best friend in the world of adventure.