The ongoing mantra throughout the journey …

Where the hell is Casey?

On December 18, 1990, 53-year-old Tom Casey became the first person to fly solo around the world in a single-engine seaplane, landing only on water. He did it in a single-engine Cessna — named the “Liberty II” — equipped with floats. It took Casey 188 days, with more than 75 takeoffs and landings on oceans, bays, lakes, and rivers in 20 countries. This is a story of skill and perseverance, one that captures all the intrigue which occurred behind the scenes. It was an epic journey which likely will never be repeated.

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