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Curtiss M
The Curtiss M flying boat was built to order for Raymond V. Morris, a Curtiss employee.
It featured swept-back, birdlike parasol wing and full-length, V-bottom wooden hull.


A single seater first flying in January 1914, it was the world’s first monoplane flying boat.
After unsatisfactory tests were performance was marginal, it was converted to a biplane layoutat San Diego.
Engine: Curtiss O, 90hp
Wingspan: 34'0"
Length: 25'0"
Seats: 1

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