Swedish Seaplane Association, SSA, is a non-profit organization serving the needs of the seaplane community throughout Sweden and globally.

Our mission is to be the voice of the seaplane community and to represent the interests of seaplane enthusiasts on the federal, state, and local levels. Flying seaplanes means that you are free to fly, but with responsibility....

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Now you can find the Swedish Seaplane Association on Facebook. Follow us by logging in to your Facebook account and press "Like".If you don´t have an account yet, it is very easy to create a new one...
What a great summer we had and yet it is not over! We would be more than happy if you could send some of your photos and stories from your flight experiences from the summer, both for publishing on...
Now images and information from the annual meeting and seaplane gathering in Årsunda are available on the website. Please see, Seaplane gatherings, 2012, Annual meeting for more information. (An...
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Members are invited to join the SSA Annual Meeting which will be held Saturday, 27 june 2020. Due to the Corona-situation the meeting will not be at Idre as earlier planned. Instead it will be an...
This section will be updated with more activities during 2020 as soon as the webmaster recieves information about it.      June Annual meeting: 27 June 2020 - more info here JulyMountain flying week:...
Members are invited to join the SSA Annual Meeting which will be held Saturday, 15 june 2019. The location will be at lake Flåren, which is near Feringe airport (ESMG) in southern Sweden. We will be...
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Invitation to grand opening of Maritime Museum in Tallin, 11 May 2012

On the 11th of May the Swedish Seaplane Association was invited to participate at the grand opening of an exciting new museum in Tallinn at the historical Seaplane Harbour http://lennusadam.eu/en/news/

The new museum will be one of the most unusual maritime and aviation-related museums in Northern Europe as its display comprises more than a couple of hundred large exhibits, including a full-scale replica of the legendary waterplane Short 184, a historical submarine Lembit built in
1936, a 16th century ship etc.


The museum opened with a big ceremony on the 11th of May 2012 with historical ships and airplanes and five seaplanes, members of the Swedish Seaplane Association participated at the opening event.

More information and images will be published by webmaster when recieved.

For more informatin about the event, please contact Stig Aggevall, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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