Vincent Montreuil’s Schneider Cup Seaplane is designed for one thing and one thing only (besides the Schneider Cup).
The sleek mean design is built for sheer performance and should not be seen by the faint of heart.
The Schneider Cup was a performance flying competition for pilots between World War I and World War II. Competitors battle for supremacy in the skies.
Montreuil’s futuristic seaplane doesn’t resemble the planes of the early 20th century; however, it packs a punch and isn’t too hard to look at either.
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