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Supermarine Sea Lion

Страна: Великобритания

Год: 1919

Supermarine - N.1B Baby - 1918 - Великобритания<– –>Swann - monoplane/biplane - 1909 - Великобритания


Журнал Flight


Flight, September 4, 1919.

THE JACQUES SCHNEIDER CUP RACE

The Machines

The Supermarine Flying-boat

  As it incorporates several new features, the flying-boat built by the Supermarine Aviation Co. is, up to the present, more or less of a "dark horse," and its makers do not wish any information published before the race. The machine is not, however, a freak built entirely for speed at any cost, and the makers are prepared to take it out in any sea that is likely to be encountered in that part of the world at this time of the year. It is a flying-boat more or less on the lines of previous Supermarine flying-boat scouts, and is fitted with a 450 h.p. Napier "Lion" engine. It is of interest to mention that this machine is capable of the evolutions of the small land scouts, such as looping, rolling, spinning, etc. It will be interesting to see how the seaworthy and necessarily heavier flying-boat will compare with the lighter-built float seaplanes.

Журнал - Flight за 1919 г.
The Supermarine contender in the 1919 Schneider Trophy event - the Sea Lion I G-EALP flown by Sqn Ldr B. D. Hobbs.
Журнал - Flight за 1919 г.
The Schneider Cup Entrants. - Two views of the Supermarine Flying Boat, 450 h.p. Napier Lion engine.
Журнал - Flight за 1919 г.
THE START FOR THE SCHNEIDER CUP RACE: 2. The Supermarine flying-boat.
Журнал - Flight за 1919 г.
ABOVE THE STARTING POINT FOR THE SCHNEIDER CUP: Bournemouth pier snapped from a Supermarine flying-boat on the morning of the race. To the right of the pier, sitting on the beach, may be seen the Fairey biplane. At one o'clock the public were carried off the pier, and then re-admitted upon payment of a special fee.
P.Lewis - British Racing and Record-breaking Aircraft /Putnam/
The Supermarine Sea Lion III G-EBAH flown into third place at 151.16 mph in the 1923 Schneider Trophy contest by Capt H. C. Biard.