So this page is really like your younger brother who saw someone doing something cool then trying to teach you how to do it with no idea of anything at all. I mean look at the idiot on the left. He traveled all the way across the Pacific to Kenmore and then when the engine dies after only his third flight he spent all day happily sitting on the float watching the seaplanes roll in and watching them roll out, paddling away with his little feet, singing over and over again with his mate Otis . . .
"Sitting on the dock of the bay, watching the tide roll away, I'm just a sitting on the dock of the bay, wasting time :-)"
. . . & he really enjoyed it - what an idiot!
We're just new to this game so umm well, please try the advice herein at home and make sure you post the results on youtube for us all to enjoy :-)
Seaplane Training Advice from those above
get as many landings as you can
find a nice stretch of calm river, and take off and land as many times as you can up the straight.
Seaplane Career Advice from those above
Its not as much about hours in the float game, but more about landings
Seaplane Writing Advice
"The basic way to be a good writer is to keep your eyes and ears open, and keep an open mind. If you can listen and you have a bit of imagination, you can create. I listen to everything. But don't go to a particular pace and listen to the bellman at the hotel that caters to tourists. Go down to the local bar, to the waterfront where the fish are cleaned and listen to the local people. That's where you get your information."
- Jimmy Buffet