Ray and Sher's Shipway Light-Sport and Ultralight Aviation services provides Sport Pilot and Ultralight pilot training, Basic Flight Reviews and Proficiency Checks for your Light-Sport aircraft. We provide Quicksilver sales and services, including owner building assistance in Cloverdale, CA 060 (Cloverdale Airport designator) thirty miles north of Santa Rosa on Hwy 101. Light-Sport planes and Ultralights are very light weight, single and two seat aircraft are used for sport and recreation. We can set you up with Floats to attach to your plane so you can land and or take-off from water. They fly “low and slow” during the day and good weather conditions. The term ultralight can include everything from unpowered hang gliders to powered parachutes to fully instrumented, sleek-looking “cruisers” weighing less than 254 pounds. Flying an ultralight does not require a pilot certificate and there are no minimum age or training requirements. Because they are often easier to operate, training normally takes just 10-20 hours. Aircraft costs are also low, with average new ultralights costing between $8,000-$15,000. Used ultralights can cost as little as $5000!
Starduster Too N357C California Built 642TT 0-360 180hp pressure carb, Christen inverted oil system, polished Hartzell constant speed prop. Garmin coms & transponder intercom.
The ramp at Natural High will open at 1500, Thursday Sept 15, 2016 This is a change from prior years when the ramp opened at noon. We will notify you by email and facebook if the ramp opens earlier.
And a reminder, the official Splash In frequency is 122.900
September 16 – 18, 2016 Ray and Sher will be present and enjoying the weekend. Check in with us for your Ultralight information, Sales and Service. Remember Ray is certified to work on your plane engine and also he is an authorized Nor Cal Float Dealer and Quicksilver Dealer/Trainer.
And for those who may be interested he has his 1974 Starduster Too for sale! Check it out.
You can get more information on the Clear Lake Splash-in on their website.
Getting the skin on! Sure glad the Hangar is extra wide.