A.Jackson British Civil Aircraft since 1919 vol.3 (Putnam)
Commercial seaplane sometimes known as the Short Sporting Type, powered by one 240 h.p. Siddeley Puma, built at Rochester 1919-20. Two front seats in tandem with dual control, two rear seats side by side. Three aircraft only: G-EAPZ, c/n S.540, initially with 160 h.p. Beardmore, sold in Australia 3.21 as G-AUPZ; G-EAUA, c/n S.541, exhibited at Olympia 7.20, damaged in heavy landing, Rochester 24.9.20, rebuilt with 300 h.p. Hispano-Suiza and camber-changing flaps; G-EAUB, c/n S.542, first flown 21.1.21, dismantled 1924.
Span, 44 ft. 6 in. Length, 36 ft. 9 in. A.U.W., 3,554 lb. Max. speed, 85 m.p.h.