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Republic RC-3 Seabee

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Canadair CL-415 (none)

- Turbo prop version of the CL-215T

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Martin PBM Mariner

-Has only two engines compared to the 4 on the Consolidated PB2Y-2 Coronado. The vertical stabilizers are also canted inwards. Some of the later variants do no always have the gull wing.

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Grumman G-73 Mallard

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Rec Both

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Left: Grumman G-44 Widgeon

Right: Grumman G-73 Mallard

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Dornier Do-X (none)

-Non-Production

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Sikorsky S-39 (none)

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Sikorsky S-38 (none)

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Grumman G-44 Widgeon

-Note the Gypsy engine conversion on the lead Widgeon in the Q slide photo

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Sikorsky S-43 Baby Clipper

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Cant Z.511 (none)

-Only 2 produced. This aircraft is unique enough to stay in the flying boats deck.

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Martin P5M Marlin

-Will not always have a T tail.

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Saunder Roe A.36 Lerwick

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Schweizer TSC-1 Teal

-Manufacturer can also be seen as Thurston

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Short S.25 Sunderland/Sandringham

-Has no spine in front of the vertical stabilizer

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Piaggio P-136 Royal Gull

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Beriev A-42 Mermaid

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Shin Meiwa US-1 (none)

-3 blades on each prop

-edit 09.23.2015 Justin T: Change manufacturer name from Shinmaywa to Shin Meiwa.

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Martin M-130 (none)

-No official name exists, often referred to incorrectly as the China Clipper

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Martin P5M Marlin

-Does bear some resemblance to the Shinmaywa.

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SIAI Marchetti FN.333 Riviera

-Gear positions, with a nosewheel and gear retracting into the hull

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Blohm & Voss BV.222 Viking

-Only 13 were produced, all of which wer either shot down or destroyed during World War II

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Grumman G-44 Widgeon

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Martin P5M Marlin

-Will not always have a T tail.

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Grumman G-64 Albatross

-Could show up as the Grumman G-111 Albatross.

-Has a center window pane like a Dassault Falcon that the Grumman G-73 Mallard does not have.

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United Consultants UC-1 Twin Bee

-Essentially a Republic RC-3 Seabee that was reworked to have two engines.

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Aichi E16A Zuiun/Paul

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Short S.25 Sunderland/Sandringham

-Has no spine in front of the vertical stabilizer

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Douglas DF-151 (none)

-4 Built withan additional prototype

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Sikorsky S-42 (none)

-edit 10.17.2014 Justin: Clipper is a name given to the aircraft by some airlines but is not official

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Piaggio P.136 Royal Gull

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SIAI-Marchetti FN.333 Riviera

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Beriev Be-103 Bekas

-Bekas is the Russian for Snipe. This aircraft was previously known as the Beriev Be-103 prior to 2016.

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Harbin SH-5 (none)

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Lake LA-250 Renegade

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Aero Volga LA-8 (none)

-Similar to the Chaika L-42 (none), a big difference between the two being that the L-42 has two vertical stabilizers, hence the '2' in the number designation.

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Beriev Be-4 (none)

-Approximately 47 built

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Aichi H9A (none)

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Short S-45 Solent

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Vought Sikorsky VS-44 (none)

-Edit 08.10.2014 Justin: Excalibur is a nickname for one specific airplane; change name to (none)

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Sikorsky S-43 Baby Clipper

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Sikorsky S-41 (none)

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Beriev Be-6 Madge

-Bears a resemblance to the Be-12 Mail, the differences being seen in the nose and the engines.

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Vought Sikorsky VS-44 (none)

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McKinnon G-21 Turbo Goose

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Fairchild 91 Baby Clipper

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Trident Tr-1 Trigull

-Only three aircraft ever produced. Was intended to compete with or replace the Republic RC-3 Seabee but the company ran into financial issues.

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Schweizer TSC-1 Teal

-Manufacturer can also be seen as Thurston

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Saunders Roe Sr.45 Princess

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Short S.45 Solent

-Has a spine in front of the vertical stabilizer that the S.25 Sunderland does not have

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Shin Meiwa US-2 (none)

-6 blades on each prop

-edit 09.32.2015 Justin T: Change manufacturer name from Shinmaywa to Shin Meiwa.

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Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher

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Martin JRM Mars

-Seven total aircraft built in limited numbers by the US Navy. 2 of which are flying. 

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Fleetwings F.4 Seabird

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Piaggio P.136 Royal Gull

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Goodyear GA-2 Duck

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Heinkel He 115 (none)

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Convair R3Y Tradewind

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Beriev Be-200 Altair

-Fairly similar to the Beriev A-42 Mermaid, big differences being that the A-42 has bumps on the top of the engines and the floats are all the way at the tip of each wing.

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Aero Volga LA-8 (none)

-Similar to the Chaika L-42 (none), a big difference between the two being that the L-42 has two vertical stabilizers, hence the '2' in the number designation.

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Caproni Ca.316 (none)

-A float development of the Caproni Ca.310 (none) of which 312 were made. Only 14 of the Ca.316 were made.

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Martin M-130 (none)

-No offical name, often referred to incorrectly as the China Clipper.

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Grumman G-44 Widgeon

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Sikorsky S-40 (none)

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Beriev Be-200 Altair

-Fairly similar to the Beriev A-42 Mermaid, big differences being that the A-42 has bumps on the top of the engines and the floats are all the way at the tip of each wing.

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Latécoére 520/521/522/523 (none)

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Sikorsky S-40 (none)

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United Consultants UC-1 Twin Bee

-Essentially a Republic RC-3 Seabee that was reworked to have two engines.

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Beriev Be-10 Mallow

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Martin M-130 (none)

-Often referred to incorrectly as the China Clipper, no official name exists

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Convair R3Y Tradewind

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Short S.17 Kent

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Kawanishi H8K Emily

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Grumman G-64 Albatross

-Could also show up as the G-111, it is a 50/50 split as to what should be used in a write in situation.

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Supermarine (none) Sea Otter

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Dornier CD-2 Seastar

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Consolidated PB2Y-2 Coronado

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Sikorsky S-38 (none)

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Kawanishi H6K Mavis

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Supermarine (none) Sea Otter

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Beriev Be-6 Madge

-Bears a resemblance to the Be-12 Mail, the differences being seen in the nose and the engines.

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Vought/Sikorsky VS-44 (none)

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Beriev Be-103 Bekas

-edit 2.22.2016 Justin T: Found name change from (none) to Bekas (English: Snipe) on Wikipedia.

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Chaika L-42 (none)

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Grumman G-21 Goose

-edit 10.17.2014 Justin: A slide showed McKinnon Turboprop conversion

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Martin P6M Seamaster

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Short S.25 Sandringham

-The Short S.45 Solent has four blades on each engine.

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Grumman G-21 Goose

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Canadair CL-215 (none)

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Short S.23 Empire

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Grumman G-21 Goose

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Consolidated P2Y Ranger

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Sikorsky S-39 (none)

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Dornier CD-2 Seastar

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Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina

-edit 09.23.2105 Justin T: Added 'A' to model number to denote the aircraft is an amphibian model.

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Beriev Be-8 Mole

-Only 2 aircraft ever built.

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Piaggio P.136 Royal Gull

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Consolidated PB2Y Coronado

-Does not always have the gun turret and larger radar dome as seen below.

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Fairchild 91 Baby Clipper

-Engine mounted with curved surfaces.

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Saunders Roe Sr.45 Princess

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Shin Meiwa US-1 (none) 

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Martin JRM Mars

-Seven total aircraft built in limited numbers by the US Navy. 2 of which are flying. 

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Sikorsky S-39 (none)

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Short S.45 Solent

-Has a spine in front of the vertical stabilizer that the S.25 Sunderland does not have.

-Also has 4 prop blades on each engine as opposed to 3 on the S.25 Sunderland.

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Aichi E11A Laura

-17 built, used as a spotter and reconnaissance a/c on battleships.

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Short S.17 Kent

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Beriev A-42 Mermaid

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Lake LA-270T Turbo Renegade

-Has two holes under the main cowling opening

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Beriev 200 Altair

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Martin P5M Marlin

-The gullwing shape is intended to prevent the airframe from excessive corrosion.

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Lake LA-270T Turbo Renegade

-Has two holes under the main cowling opening

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Arado Ar196 (none)

-541 built and used by the Kriegsmarine (Germans) during the Second World War.

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Latécoére 300/301/302 (none)

-7 produced to fly mail

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Douglas 3 Dolphin

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Republic RC-3 Seabee

-1060 Produced and later further developed by United Consultants into the UC-1 Twin Bee.

-The 'A' side Navy paint scheme is purely enthusiast built.

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Schweizer TSC-1 Teal

-Manufacturer can also be seen as Thurston

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Lake La-270T Turbo Renegade

-edit -5.03.2015 Alex Browne: A slide showed a Lake La-4-250 Renegade

 

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Grumman G-64 Albatross

-Could also show up as the G-111, it is a 50/50 split as to what should be used in a write in situation.

-The Grumman G-73 Mallard does not have the center windshield piece as the G-64 does.

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Lake LA-250 Renegade

-Has only one opening under the cowling air intake, and has three prop blades.

-edit 05.04.2017 Justin T: Replaced number designation La-4-250 with just La-250.

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Martin M-156 Russian Clipper

-One built as a supposed replacement for the M-130 also built by Martin, used in service by Aeroflot

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Douglas DF-151 (none)

-4 built with an additional prototype

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Short S.26 (none)

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Chaika L-42 (none)

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Chyetverikov Chye-2 (none)

-Aircraft was eventually retired in late 1945 due to structural problems

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Short S.45 Solent

-Has a spine in front of the vertical stabilizer that the S.25 Sunderland does not have

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Beriev MBR-2 (none)

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Grumman G-73 Mallard

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Beriev R-1 (none)

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Harbin SH-5 (none)

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Shin Meiwa US-2 (none)

-6 blades on each prop

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Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher

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Sikorsky S-42 (none)

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Beriev 200 Altair

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Supermarine (none) Walrus

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Latécoére 631 (none)

-Only ten built; none survived past 1955

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Grumman G-21 Goose

-The Goose has much larger engines, usually radial, when compared to its smaller cousin the Grumman G-44 Widgeon.

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SIAI-Marchetti FN.333 Riviera

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Trident Tr-1 Trigull

-Only three aircraft ever produced. Was intended to compete with or replace the Republic RC-3 Seabee but the company ran into financial issues.

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Arado Ar196 (none)

-541 built and used by the Kriegsmarine (Germans) during the Second World War.

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Lake La-4-200 Buccaneer

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Saunder Roe A.36 Lerwick

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Beriev Be-4 (none)

-Approximately 47 built

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Short SA.6/SB.7 Sealand

-25 built, a number were used by the Shell Oil company.

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Seawind 300C (none)

-Model number may also appear as the 3000/2000

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Piaggio P-136 Royal Gull

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Martin PBM Mariner

-Has only two engines compared to the 4 on the Consolidated PB2Y-2 Coronado. The vertical stabilizers are also canted inwards. Some of the later variants do no always have the gull wing.

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Supermarine (none) Walrus

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Breguet 521 Bizerte

-Used by French and Vichy French forces.

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Short SA.6/SB.7 Sealand

-25 built, a number were used by the Shell Oil company.

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Martin JRM Mars

-Seven total aircraft built in limited numbers by the US Navy. 2 of which are flying. 

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CANT Z.501 Gabbiano

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