|Notes: Commercial Amphibian|
|  Base model:||G-21|
|  Basic role:||Amphibian|
|  Length:|| 38' 3"|| 11.6 m|
|  Height:||12' 2"|| 3.7 m|
|  Wingspan:|| 49' 0"|| 14.9 m|
|  Wingarea:|| 375.0 sq ft|| 34.8 sq m|
|  Empty Weight:|| 5,320 lb|| 2,412 kg|
|  Gross Weight:|| 7,500 lb|| 3,401 kg|
|  No. of Engines:|| 2|
|  Powerplant:|| Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr SB-2|
|  Horsepower (each):|| 450|
Examples of this type may be found at
G-21A on display
Historic Aircraft Restoration Projects
National Air and Space Museum
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Recent comments by our visitors
| Michael Newbury|
Have you contacted Bucky Dawson?
He has loads of pictures I'm sure.
08/28/2007 @ 23:48 [ref: 17784]
| Ralph Fuller|
Fort Worth, TX
| I worked for Antilles Air Boats between 1974 and 1980. I still have several pictures, including N229, which was said to have been Batista's privet aircraft.
Antilles Seaplanes LLC in N.C. is now building NEW production G-21A Gooses from the original drawings.
Keep up the good work.
04/18/2007 @ 08:19 [ref: 16221]
| Don Kaake|
| Sorry forgot the link
12/30/2006 @ 09:45 [ref: 15042]
| Don Kaake|
Angelica, NY, NY
| More photos at
The goose is Paul this is just brief view.
12/30/2006 @ 09:42 [ref: 15041]
| Derek Linder|
| I am doing research on the Grumman Goose and am very interested in contacting anyone with information or photos of these aircraft. To find out more about the Goose and the research I am doing, please visit www.grummangoose.com |
08/02/2001 @ 10:10 [ref: 2810]
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