NAPLES, Fla. – Ever wanted to head south for the “Duval Crawl” or just take in the sights and sounds of island life on Key West? Now you can and you can even get there in just a quick 55 minute flight.
Pilot Jon Rector is in his first season operating Salt Island Seaplanes but he’s no stranger to the sky, with more than 27,000 hours of flight experience.
Rector makes the quick trip possible with the Cessna 206 amphibious seaplane, seating four comfortably and a cruising speed of 125 miles per hour.
Passengers take off from Naples Municipal Airport, and fly past Marco Island out over the Gulf of Mexico and land on the water just off the coast of Key West.
A variety of pricing options are available, with one way travel starting at $210 per passenger. To book your trip and view flight schedules, click here. Or call Salt Island Seaplanes direct at 239-263-SALT.