The Northeastern U.S., The Bahamas, The Caribbean
What's Your Favorite Seaplane Destination?
Shoreline Aviation provides seaplane charter service throughout the Northeastern US, The Bahamas, Southeastern Florida, The US & British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the islands of the Eastern Caribbean.
During the summer season we provide regular seaplane service between New York City (from the 23rd Street Seaplane Base in Manhattan) and The Hamptons and Shelter Island. Charter flights are available to the resort destinations of the Northeast including Newport, RI, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, Chesapeake Bay, the Adirondacks, and the lakes and harbors of New England. Taking a seaplane to your vacation destination is convenient and saves you precious time.
In the winter, you can find us serving the islands of The Bahamas from our base in Nassau. We also provide regular seaplane service between St. Thomas Airport and North Sound, Virgin Gorda and other points in the BVI. Charter service is available from San Juan or the USVI to all points in the Caribbean, including St Barth’s, Anguilla and Antigua.
We can fly you directly to resorts, remote islands, private yachts, or fishing
lodges. For those looking for a little adventure, we offer day trips as well as sightseeing tours. It’s all part of the fun!
You just never know when you’re going to run into someone you know in an airport, but it happens to John Kelly all the time. Over the course of nearly 37 years, we estimate that nearly 1000 pilots have worked at Shoreline Aviation. Recently John was walking through the airport in Honolulu when someone walked…Read More
Our SeaBird Air seaplane pilots have become very familiar with the porcine inhabitants of Big Major Cay this year. It is the most requested destination thanks to a couple of television shows. Now the pigs are quite famous and the fans flock to them to get a look or take a swim with these cute…Read More
On a recent trip to Ireland, John Kelly met up with a former Shoreline Aviation seaplane pilot, Martin Nee. Martin last worked for us in 1995 before heading back to his homeland. We hadn’t heard from him in years, but a little research on Facebook produced results. They met up in Galway for dinner and…Read More