Water brings the SeaRey alive!
Spray galvanizes the photos into action. Quiet reflections add depth to the
is what our little flying boat is all about!
Evening's Firey Plume
John Dunlop & C-GJIB
A Dog's View
Bone Island Beached
The Smell of Balsams
Three on a Beach
Late fall in Ontario. The sun is low and the air crisp.
Photo by Dave Neale.
Daughter Brittany enjoys our first trip to the beach. C-GJIB sits high and dry on Christian Island.
We capture Orcarey touching down on Lake Belwood as the Sun sets.
Rob Loneragen drives VH-CRA out of the water. Rathmines NSW Australia.
Docking a SeaRey requires a low floating dock and extra care. But it is possible.
The Orca with Doug and Snuggles come off the step in a Mud Lake autumn shot. By this time Snuggles is a seasoned copilot.
Doug sets the OrcaRey down on Belwood reservoir. And it really is called "alighting"!
In August 2003 eight SeaReys all met on a Christian Island Beach. The Georgian Bay Gaggle was on!
With a SeaRey you have two beach options. Put the wheels down and drive it up on the beach or simply nose it in like a boat.
One of he lures of Georgian Bay is the fresh unique smell of Balsams, rock and clear water. Clear water doesn't smell! Maybe it's my imagination..
OrcaRey has the bit in her mouth as she accelerates for takeoff..
A big wing gets her in the air. Mud Lake is less than half a mile long!
An inflatable is a great way to transfer passengers. No bump, no bruises!
Actually they are Canada Geese. Good thing they saw me long before I saw them!
Snug Harbour is a small inlet north of Parry Sound on Georgian Bay. Gilly's Restaurant has great fish!
A sinking sun catches the Picton three on a beach at he base of the dunes
Her tail up, Orca demonstrates a late season touch and go.