- Douglas DC-3/C-47 Dakota
- General Dynamics F-16: Jubilee schemes
- Consolidated PBY-5/5A Catalina
- North American B-25C/D and B-25J/K Mitchell: NEIAF
- Fokker F.VII/3m
- Fairey Firefly
- North American B-25C/D and B-25J: RAF and RNlNAS
- Curtiss P-40 Warhawk & Kittyhawk
- Hawker Hunter F.Mk.4; F.Mk.6 and T.Mk.7
- Brewster B.339 Buffalo
The Sea Otter was developed to succeed the Supermarine Walrus and made its maiden flight on September 23, 1938.
It had a great resemblance with it predecessor, but was equipped with a pulling air screw.
The Sea Otter was also faster and had a larger range.
Initially, the prototype was equipped with a Bristol Perseus XI with a two-bladed propeller, which was soon replaced by a three-bladed propeller.
Only in January 1942 the first production order was received. Due to problems with the cooling with the Perseus engine, the engine for the production aircraft became a Bristol Mercury XXX.
The Seaotter was used by both the RAF and the Royal Navy for Air-Sea Rescue (ASR) and patrol work.
Ultimately, there are 290 units built, all by Saunders-Roe, as Supermarine did not have any capacity available.
- Sea Otter I:
- for reconnaissance and communications duties.
- Sea Otter II:
- for air sea rescue.
|Length:||12,19 m||Wingspan:||14,02 m|
|Height:||4,93 m||Wing area:||56 m2|
|Empty weight:||- kg||Max. start weight:||. kg|
|Max. speed:||247 km/hr||Rate of climb:||265 m/min|
|Cruising speed:||193 km/hr|
|Range:||1550 km||Service ceiling:||5181 m|
|Engine type:||One Bristol Mercury XXX of 955 hp|