Supermarine Stranraer

Anti-Submarine Biplane Flying Boot

Supermarine Stranraer Royal Canadian Air Force 920 CV209 © Karsten Palt
Photo ©: Karsten Palt
The Supermarine Stranraer is a is a twin-engined reconnaissance biplane flying boat produced by the British manufacturer Supermarine Aviation Works (Vickers) Ltd. The Stranraer was operated by the Royal Air Force and the Royal Canadian Air Force.
The Stranraer were also built by the Canadian Vickers for the Royal Canadian Air Force. It is a development of the Supermarine Scapa, which itself is a development of the Supermarine Southampton .
Crew6-7
Propulsion2 Radial Engines
Engine ModelBristol Pegasus X
Engine Power (each)686 kW920 hp
Speed265 km/h143 kts
  165 mph
Service Ceiling5.639 m18.500 ft
Range1.609 km869 NM
1.000 mi.
Empty Weight5.100 kg11.244 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight8.618 kg19.000 lbs
Wing Span25,90 m84 ft 12 in
Wing Area135,4 m1457 ft
Length16,70 m54 ft 9 in
Height6,60 m21 ft 8 in
First Flight24.07.1934
Production Statusout of production
Total Production64
Developed fromSupermarine Southampton
Data for (Version)Supermarine Stranraer

[Photo-ID: 1187] Karsten Palt 2008-07-16
Supermarine Stranraer, Royal Canadian Air Force, 920, c/n CV209, Karsten Palt, 2008Supermarine
Stranraer
Royal Canadian Air Force
Reg.: 920
c/n: CV209
 
worlds only surviving
Royal Air Force Museum [London-Hendon]