Performance :

The specification sheet below is given as an indication of possible performances of your Sea-Bow. Because of the variety of powerplant, parachute, gearbox and propeller, it is impossible here to display all the possibilities.

For this comparison, two powerplants configured with three different parachutes were used.

  El-Condor I El-Condor II El-Condor III
Powerplants (Rotax)

Parachute (cells and area)

Take-off (zero wind):

Rate of Climb :

Cruise :
Stall :

Landing :

Empty weight :
Gross weight capacity:

Usable payload :

503

11 cell (550)

45 - 250 ft.

500 - 800 ft/min.

26 - 28 mph
(resistant)

15 - 60 ft.

325 lbs
690 lbs

365 lbs

582

13 cell (500)

45 - 200 ft.

600 - 1000 ft/min.

28 - 30 mph
(resistant)

15 - 60 ft.

340 lbs
680 lbs

340 lbs

582

13 cell (550)

45 - 250 ft.

600 - 1100 ft/min.

28 - 30 mph
(resistant)

15 - 60 ft.

365 lbs
880 lbs

515 lbs

Consumption :

Average:
Endurance
(reg. 23 L tank)
Endurance
(opt. 40 L tank)

3 - 4 gal/hr.


1.5 - 2.0 hours
2.6 - 3.5 hours

3 - 4 gal/hr.


1.5 - 2.0 hours
2.6 - 3.5 hours

2.5 - 4 gal/hr.


1.5 - 2.4 hours
2.6 - 4.2 hours

 

Advantages :

Here are some advantages of the Sea-Bow® over competitors :

 

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