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The Duck's main pontoon was part of the fuselage, making it a flying boat, though it appears more like a standard aircraft with an added float.
It set an amphibian speed record in Dec 1934, at 191 mph (307 km/h).
- Crew: one pilot
- Length: 32 ft 7 in (9.93 m)
- Span: 39 ft 0 in (11.89 m)
- Load: 851 lb (386 kg)
- Powerplant: Pratt & Whitney R-1830, 700 hp (522 kW)
- Service ceiling: 21,500 ft (6,550 m)
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