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!
In the winter Shoreline Aviation’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
In an effort to get the whole Shoreline Aviation crew to eat their vegetables, we took advantage of the massive skylight in our lobby entrance to install two aeroponic Tower Gardens. So far we’ve grown lettuce, kale, Swiss chard, tomatoes, cucumbers, basil and peppers. Aeroponics evolved out of the hydroponics method of growing plants and…Read More
Not all of Shoreline Aviation’s seaplanes go south for the winter. Believe it or not, there are still some people who want to fly even in cold weather. Although we keep at least one airplane operational in the New York area all winter, it doesn’t mean we can always fly. Some years an early hard…Read More