Short Seaplane, 1916, 140hp Salmson
|Primary user||U.K. (RNAS)|
|Number built||10 |
|Engine||140hp Salmson radial|
This plane, whose Admiralty Number is unknown, was somewhat larger than the Short Type 830, with wider folding wings, a longer fuselage, and a larger fin. Only ten were built, and they probably did not see much use considering the Short Type 184 was available at the time. 
- Bruce'69, p.498.