To All Our Shoreline Aviation Customers —
We want to thank you for making the past 40 years such a wonderful adventure. It has been our pleasure to serve you.
As of April 1st, 2020 our seaplane operations have ceased to operate.
We wish you all clear skies and fair winds.
With gratitude —
The Kelly Family
From Our Blog
Cape Air has two amphibious seaplanes based in St. Croix from October to May each year. While most of our customers land in St. Thomas, we have come to realize it is more convenient to come in through St. Croix, particularly when you are arriving on a private jet. There are a few reasons for…Read More
Located just 45 nautical miles southeast of Nassau lies the northern end of the Exumas, an archipelago of over 300 islands. There are a number of great places to visit throughout the Exumas, but if you would just like a small taste of outer island life, you can take the seaplane to Norman’s and Highborne…Read More
In the winter Cape Air’s seaplanes go through rigorous, extended maintenance procedures during which the planes are checked out from one end to the other. Our Caravan seaplanes are made in Wichita by Cessna, the Wipline floats come from Minnesota and Pratt & Whitney of Canada supplies our engines. Each one of these companies has…Read More