The Colyaer Gannet S100 is a seaplane that shares the wing, tail and upper fuselage of the Colyaer Martin 3. It has a water rudder and an optional reversible prop. On both airplanes, the engine is in the rear, which means less noise and greater visibility.
Both the Colyaer Martin 3 and the Colyaer Gannet S-100 are made of Kevlar, which has a better strength-to-weight ratio than fiberglass, making the airplane both strong and light. The airplanes will arrive 49 percent complete at Smith's shop at Pryor Field Regional Airport, also an aircraft maintenance facility.