Flying means freedom. Flying gyros means pure freedom. But flying the MTOnautic is limitless. Equipped with floats, the MTOnautic lands and takes off from water connecting the elements like no other. Maximizing fun and flexibility, the adaptation of the MTOsport is just as free and versatile as technically thought-through. The Nautic gives access to completely new fields of application. No matter if it’s in Scandinavia or Australia, if on private or commercial basis – the MTOnautic takes you where you want to go.


Enjoy the difference

  • True 360deg view for maximum observation capability.
  • Sea or inland water operation, take off and landing .
  • Nose mounted camera capability.
  • Stainless steel unpainted airframe; easy to inspect and no corrosion.
  • Rear seat observer/camera operator.
  • Superb safety for off-shore operations.
  • Long range 96ltr fuel tank.
  • Can be supplied with dual or multiple radio systems for combined aerial and marine communications.
  • No need for a lifeboat; you are flying in one!
  • A friendly face for serious coastal patrol missions.

Technical Overview


L X W X H:

5.25 m x 1,9 m x 2,8 m
(17.06 ft x 5.85 ft x 9.1 ft)

Rotor Diameter:

8.4 m / 8.6 m / 8.8 m
(27,3 ft / 27.95 ft / 28.6 ft)

Empty Weight:

290 kg (1232 lbs)

MTOW (Max Take Off Weight):

560 kg (1232 lbs)


Rotax 912 ULS | 915 IS

Takeoff Distance:

110 m (357 ft)

Max Endurance:

up to 5,5 hours

Max Range:

up to 550 km (330 miles)

Cruise Speed:

90-185 km/h (55-110mph)

Max Speed:

195 km/h (120 mph)

Fuel Capacity:

96 ltr (25 us Gallons)

Compliant with:

BUT (Germany), Section T (UK), ASRA (Australia),
CCAR-21 (China), USA Primary Category

Technical data can vary regarding country-specific legal requirements

*2: typical aircraft configuration, 1 pilot (80kg), 40 ltr fuel, 2000 ft MSL
*3: typical aircraft configuration, 1 pilot (80kg), max fuel, 2000 ft MSL

Technical data can vary regarding country-specific legal requirements and is also depending on propeller/rotor/
fuel/engine and aircraft configuration/equipment. Please always refer to the Pilot’s Operating Handbook.