Detailed Specifications*

     
Engines    
Manufacturer Pratt & Whitney Pratt & Whitney
Model PT6A-135A PT6A-135A
Shaft Horsepower per Engine 650 (Flat Rated) SHP 650 (Flat Rated) SHP
Time between overhaul 3600 hrs 3600 hrs
     
Propellers    
Manufacturer MT Propeller MT Propeller
Number of Blades 5 5
     
Dimensions    
Wing Span 58.20 ft 17.74 m
Length 41.67 ft 12.70 m
Height 15.52 ft 4.73 m
Wing Area 329.38 sq ft 30.60 sq m
Wheel Base 13.62 ft 4.15 m
Wheel Track 8.96 ft 2.73 m
     
Cabin Length 13.12 ft 4.00 m
Cabin Height 4.53 ft 1.38 m
Cabin Width 5.35 ft 1.63 m
Cabin Volume 347.20 cu ft 9.86 cu m
Baggage Volume 56.56 cu ft 1.63 cu m
     
Accomodations    
Crew Seats (One Pilot Required) 2 2
Passenger Seats 0 - 12 0 - 12
     
Design Weight and Capacities    
Maximum Ramp Weight 11351 lb 5150 kg
Maximum Takeoff Weight 11240 lb 5100 kg
Approx. Useful Load 2865 lb 1300 kg
Baggage Capacity 397 lb 180 kg
Maximum Landing Weight - Land 10689 lb 4850 kg
Maximum Landing Weight - Water 11020 lb 5000 kg
     
Fuel Capacity    
Usable 363 US Gallon 1375 l
     
Speeds    
Maximum Cruise Speed (MTOW FL100) 180 KTAS 333 km/h
Stall Speed (landing configuration) 66 KCAS 120 km/h
     
Rate of climb @ Sea Level, ISA, MTOW    
Two engines 1079 ft/min 329 mpm
Single Engine 392 ft/min 120 mpm
     
Performance    
Maximum Operating Altitude 15000 ft 4573 m
Maximum Range
(2 Crew, FL150, VFR Reserve, Max Range Power Setting)
900 nm 1667 km
     
Take Off Distance Sea Level, ISA, MTOW    
Land (35 ft Obstacle) 2244 ft 684 m
Water (35 ft Obstacle) 3445 ft 1050 m
     
Landing Distance Sea Level, ISA, MLW    
Land (50 ft Obstacle) 2621 ft 799 m
Water (50 ft Obstacle) 2795 ft 852 m
     
Sea State
(maximum demonstrated but not limiting)
2 ft 0.6 m
     
Operation    
Provisions for Single Pilot Operation IFR Yes Yes

*PRELIMINARY DESIGN DATA; All data and information's published within this Website are preliminary and subject to change without any notice. Performance data is based on the standard Seastar configuration, operating in International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions with zero wind. Takeoff and landing field lengths are based on a level, hard surface and dry runway.