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Mariner Aircraft Mariner
 
 Mariner-LSA
 
in 1989 designer and manufacturer Larry Seifert introduced the Mariner. The Mariner is a two-place tandem seating amphibious bi-plane. It was being offered in kit form, which would take the average builder between 300 and 600 hours to build, and required no special tools, or jigging. It was also offered as a ready to fly plane under the new Light Sport Aircraft category.
 
 
The Mariner is set up to take a number of different engines, from the Rotax 503 and 582 on up to the Subaru auto conversion. Depending on engine power cruise comes in between 55 and 75 mph, top speed 95 mph, climb rate 1,000 feet per minute and stall 28 mph. Take off from land or water requires 150 to 200 feet.
 
Horsepower: 40 hp
Wingspan: 28.5 ft / 8.69 m
Length: 18.75 ft / 5.72 m
Height: 8 ft / 2.44 m
Empty Weight: 304 lb / 138 kg
Gross Weight: 950 lb / 431 kg
Useful Load: 646 lb / 293 kg
Fuel Capacity: 5 USgal / 19 L
Cruise: 48 kts / 89 kmh / 55 mph
Stall: 26 kts / 48 kmh / 30 mph
Range: 65 nm / 120 km / 75 mi
ROC: 800 ft/min / 4.1 m/sec
Ceiling: 12,000 ft / 3,658 m
Takeoff Distance: 150 ft / 46 m
Landing Distance: 225 ft / 69 m
 
 
 
 


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