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The Vickers Hydravion (No.14) was a British seaplane built by Vickers in the early 1910s.
The Hydravion was a large seaplane of biplane configuration, which relied on the design philosophy of Henri Farman by utilizing a pusher engine and the tail being supported on outrigger booms. Only one seaplane version was built, and it crashed at Dartford during early tests.
A later version of the Hydravion, the Vickers No. 14B, would have had two 100 hp (75 kW) Gnome 9 Delta engines in tandem configuration buried in the fuselage, driving tractor propellers as well as a nose-mounted 37 mm (1.457 in) semi-automatic cannon.
Data from British Aircraft 1809-1914