Zetterlind Zenair CH-701 Seaplane N701ST


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we transition please
continue to enjoy this site,
but also browse on over to
PlancePlaces for the latest
photos, video, and
adventures.

For official information on
the CH-701, current kit
options, etc... please visit
the
Zenair website.   
Another great resource is
www.ch701.com.
Zenair CH-701 N701ST
N701ST was built by three gentlemen
in upstate New York.  Completed on
wheels in 1994, it was set atop Zenair
950 amphibious floats when there
were comlpeted in 1997.  
N701ST is likely the most visible individually owned CH-701's
having appeared in various publications including EAA
Experimenter and having attended EAA Oshkosh many times over
its 800hrs of flying time.  

N701ST was sold to the Zetterlind family in 2001 and has
continued to fly at least 100 hours per year since.  Flying qualities
and performance for N701ST  were described in the
November/December 2003 Water Flying Magazine.

Built with an early 80HP Rotax 912A engine, N701ST was upgraded
to a new 100HP Rotax 912ULS in late 2004.  We will be adding an
article about the engine change and new performance here soon.
As this site grows, look for additional photos, video, and articles
about our adventures with this wonderful airplane.   

Please take a few minutes and visit our
Photo and Video
Galleries, read about our favorite photo equipment for recording
our adventures, and check out our
links to other seaplane and
experimental aircraft related websites.
 
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