Feb. 2, 1:50 p.m. [Click on sketch to view larger]
You might wonder, as I did, what a float plane is doing among the 1,000 boats at this year’s <a href="Seattle Boat Show.
According to Neal Zimmers of Arlington-based Glas Air Aviation, it’s the first time a plane has snuck into the event, which is open through Saturday at Qwest Field Event Center.
Zimmers said his company decided to display the aircraft here because there seems to be a correlation between people who like boats and people who like planes.
The $225,000 float plane features folding wings for easy storage or to put it on top of your boat.
That sounds good, but where am I going to put the Sealegs now?
February 4, 2010 at 11:57 PM