|Origin:||danish, Netherlands, french|
During WW2, both the RAF and FAA introduced into their service the amphibian Sea Otter biplane which was designed to replace the famous Walrus and also became the very last Supermarine-built biplane to see service with the RAF and FAA. The type was mainly used in the observation and sea rescue roles. In the post war years, it was also exported to several other countries.
Four styrene sprues, one clear parts spure, photo-etches and a set of resin parts makes the content of this model kit. The decals bring markings of three machines as flown by the French, Dutch and Danish forces.