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  • 03 Mar 2021 8:23 AM
    Reply # 10159586 on 10153562

    Thank you for the info guys I really appreciate.  Austin i will call you today to discuss.   Thanks again

    Brian

  • 02 Mar 2021 6:57 PM
    Reply # 10157447 on 10153562
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Brian,

    you can call me to discuss

    austin watson, cfi

    206-979-4654

    austin.watson@ieee.org

  • 02 Mar 2021 6:02 PM
    Reply # 10157316 on 10153562

    There's a Designated Pilot Examiner (DPE) Neal Karman in Arlington, WA. He owns a Lake Buccaneer.

    The other way to find a DPE is click here:

    https://av-info.faa.gov/DesigneeSearch.asp    Enter this Flight Standards District Office:    NM01 - Seattle FLT STD Office

  • 02 Mar 2021 8:12 AM
    Reply # 10155370 on 10153562
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Thanks for your question and for using our forum.  I hope someone else will chime in to help out with some more direct answers.  Actually, you'll need the Single Engine Sea rating, it's more than an endorsement and requires a check ride.  I think amphibs will add the complex endorsement and if your HP is high enough with a constant speed prop, there will be the High Performance endorsement as well.  CFIs can sign off the endorsements but you'll need a DPE for the check ride.  I know there used to be one in OLY, but that was years ago.  Any local rated CFI should be able to answer your questions.

  • 01 Mar 2021 5:16 PM
    Message # 10153562

    Hi guys I'm new to this forum and am looking to get my seaplane endorsement.   I built a murphy rebel on amphib floats 20 years ago and have been flying it without my endorsement since then.  For some reason I thought I read if the aircraft is experimental I could land in water as long as I was solo.  Well I think I was wrong so I'm looking to get my endorsement.   I'm around the olympia area and am looking for the quickest route to my endorsement.   Can I take the check ride in my own airplane? And if there are any instructors recommended I'd appreciate the info.   Thank you Brian 

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