Seattle-based seaplane operator, Kenmore Air, offers floatplane rides to a variety of northwest US locations in its fleet of de Havilland Beavers and Otters.
I visited Kenmore on 20 May with Flight's test pilot Mike Gerzanics, to do an operator profile (me) and a flight test on a radial engine-powered DHC-2 Beaver. I also go to take the pictures and video, mostly from a second Beaver flying in parallel Gerzanics, and later, in the back seat with him. The feature will run in the 5 July issue of Flight International magazine (I'll put the link here later)
Along with flights, tea shirts and other knick knacks, Kenmore will also sell those who can afford it, a substantial portion of a Beaver floatplane - its engine.
Todd Banks, president of the company, tells me he's sold 9 of the 400lb tables to date, the most recent to a gentleman from the UK who saw one and had to have it. $16,500 in transactions later, Banks' people packed one up and shipped it to London.