With a showcase fleet of over 35 aircraft, Harbour Air Seaplanes is the largest all-seaplane company in the world. DeHavilland Canada DHC-3 Turbine Single Otters and DCH-6 Twin Otters regularly service the South Vancouver and Downtown Vancouver Terminals and Victoria, Nanaimo, Comox and Whistler scheduled service routes. DHC-2 Beaver aircraft are primarily used to service the Gulf Islands and Sechelt scheduled service routes. All aircraft are available for tours as well as private charter flights.
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DHC-3 Turbine Single Otter
|Up to 14 passengers||23 in fleet|
|Length: 13.78m (45.21ft)||Maximum Operating Altitude: 3000m (9842.52 ft)|
|Height: 3.76m (12.34 ft)||In Production: 1952-65|
|Wingspan: 17.44 m(57.22 ft)||Power: 750 hp|
|Speed: 210 km (130 mph)||Capacity: 10-14 passengers|
DHC-6 DeHavilland Twin Otter
|Up to 18 passengers||2 in fleet|
|Length: 15.85m (52.00 ft)||Maximum Operating Altitude: 7620m (25,000ft)|
|Height: 5.49m (18.00ft)||In Production: 1965-Present|
|Wingspan: 19.81 m (65 ft)||Power: 650 hp (per engine)|
|Speed: 363 km (226 mph)||Capacity: 18 passengers|
|Up to 6 passengers||10 in fleet|
|Length: 10m (32.81 ft)||Maximum Operating Altitude: 3000m (9842.52ft)|
|Height: 3.18m (10.43ft)||In Production: 1947-1965|
|Wingspan: 14.67 m (48.13 ft)||Power: 450 hp|
|Speed: 180 km (110 mph)||Capacity: 5-6 passengers|
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