Only trees can be seen, and there’s nowhere to land, but then the deep blue of the sea appears on the horizon. No problem touching down with the SIKU seaplane. Fold up the wings, moor safely to the bank, and the expedition heads off. The propeller can be turned and the wings folded up on the brightly coloured model made from metal and plastic. The SIKU seaplane is the latest to enter the SIKU hangar, which already houses the SIKU helicopter (1647), sporting aeroplane (1865), and SIKU HGV with sporting aeroplane (1866).