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
At the end of January when everyone has had it with winter, John Kelly, Martha Fernald, and I spent our weekend as exhibitors at the New York Times Travel Show. It was quite a worthwhile extravaganza. Cape Air’s booth offered information on our seaplane services in the Bahamas and Caribbean, as well as our summer…Read More
Bill Weist is the newest addition to the Shoreline Aviation crew. We met him working in St. Thomas last year flying Caravans just like ours, and invited him to join us. He has a great deal of experience flying a variety of seaplanes and flying boats. He is flying seaplane charter for us in the…Read More
Two of our pilots moved on to new adventures after last year’s summer season. After eight years with Shoreline Aviation, Nick Sorenson has gone back to Alaska to fly for a charter seaplane operator there. Nick was one of our most popular pilots in East Hampton and also flew in Florida and the Bahamas. While…Read More