Single engine sea rating or Light Sport priveleges will take a minimum of two days in our beautifully restored 1946 J3 cub on strait floats or our new 2015 Husky on amphibious floats. For the average current land pilot this rating will involve about 5 hours of flight training and 1 hour for your checkride. We will advise you early in the training if more time will be required. Training will begin with detailed ground school and pre-flight. The flight training will consist of basic air work, including slow flight and stalls, normal take offs and landings from water, plus advanced maneuvers such as rough water and glassy water techniques and sailing. All training will be done to the practical FAA test standards for seaplane. Price includes airplane, instructor and check ride fee. A sport pilot proficiency check can be conducted after the training at no extra charge, giving you PIC privileges for light sport ASES airplanes such as the Cub. If you wish to add ASES to your private or commercial certificate the FAA Examiner fee is included in the price.