This type was a direct development of the Martin TT and equipped with another engine and ailerons in the upper wings.
It was a twoseat observation plane with a central float and smaller floats on the wingtips and under the tail. The straight wings were of equal span. It was striking that the fuselage was situated between the wings, supported by struts.
|Length:||9,02 m (30 ft 4.5 in)||Wingspan:||14,15 m (51 ft 4.5 in)|
|Height:||- m||Wing area:||- m2|
|Empty weight:||- kg||Max. start weight:||- kg|
|Max. speed:||118 km/hr||Climbing speed:||- m/min (3200 ft 10 min)|
|Cruising speed:||- km/hr|
|Range:||800 km ?||Service ceiling:||- m|
|Engine type:||One Hall Scott A-5 rated 125 hp (60 hp Hall-Scott A-5-A)|
|Crew:||One pilot plus one observer|