Jim Chrysler Jim Chrysler
In 1966, Jim received his private pilot's license right here on Lake Union, from Lake Union seaplane legend Lana Kurtzer. In subsequent years, Jim spent time working for Kurtzer Flying Service on Lake Union. In 1981, Jim opened his own business, Chrysler Air, which became Seattle Seaplanes in 1995.  23,000 hours of seaplane flying later, Jim and his various Doberman pets have been a part of Lake Union seaplane flight ever since.

Theo James Chrysler
Theo moved all the way from Canada to work with us here at Seattle Seaplanes! Theo loves how happy everyone is when they come back from a seaplane flight. As a Doberman, Theo hasn't spent too much time in the air, but he loves to hear stories about it. He serves as the staff psychologist, and although he may appear ferocious at first, he's actually a huge sweetheart.

Seattle Seaplanes is located at the southeast corner of Lake Union in Seattle. Visit us year-round from 8 a.m. until sunset Monday through Saturday, and from 9 a.m. until sunset on Sundays. We’ve been flying from Lake Union in Seattle for over 30 years! Contact us now and begin your Seaplane adventure today!