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- Type: SPH
- Class: aircraft
- Part Count: 80
- Mods: 7
- B9 Aerospace - Legacy Parts Pack
- B9 Aerospace Parts Pack
- Kerbal Attachment System
- Squad (stock)
- TweakScale - Rescale Everything!
Introducing the sixth generation DualHull Sea and Land (SeaL) Amphibious aircraft. A very easy to fly push-pull propeller amphibious aircraft with short takeoff and landing requirements, multiple payload options, respectable range, and the ability to be refueled without having to be returned to the hangar between flights.
Flight statistics include:
* Short TakeOff and Landing capabilities on both land and water, with a takeoff speed of around 45 to 50 meters per second.
A tested maximum Cruising Altitude of ~9000 meters.
A maximum cruising speed of ~100 meters per second with flaps up and 80% throttle.
Standard safety features include
Nose-mounted camera for increased visibility.
Emergency Ballistic Reserve Aircraft Recovery Parachute, activated with Abort function, also shutting down the engines.
The aircraft also has ladder access to the top of the engine nacelle to aid in repairs, and to be able to repack the Parachutes.
This is the original passenger model, which set the initial statistics for the plane, and is also the heaviest version currently available, weighing in at 26.49t . can comfortably seat up to four passengers in addition to the standard two-person flight crew.
A mod aircraft called DualHull Seal, Version 6-P (Passenger). Built with 80 of the finest parts, its root part is Mk2 Cockpit.
Part count: 80 Crew: Pilot and Co-Pilot Capacity: 4 Passengers Length: 20.1m Wingspan: 25.2m Height: 6.9m Empty Weight: 10,907kg Gross Weight: 26,457kg Powerplant: 2x Scale 0.800m FS1EN Nose Mounted Engine in push-pull
Maximum speed: 223 mph (100 m/s) Range: 2112 miles (3400 km) Service ceiling: 29,527 ft (9000 m) Maximum Rate of climb: 2,952.756 ft/min (15 m/s) Cruising Rate of climb: 590.55 ft/min (3 m/s)
Built in the Space Plane Hangar in KSP version 220.127.116.112.
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