When it gets the float kit, the 206 also gets some airframe mods, perhaps the most popular of which is a right-side door. When it comes to docking, you can’t have enough doors. You also get, of course, the hardware in the cockpit to extend and retract the gear — which is pretty cool. (After all, how many 206 RGs do you know of?) There are the water rudders and an emergency lever to raise or lower the gear in case the electrics fail. There’s a tail kit that increases the vertical surface by adding a vertical fin aft of the rudder. There’s an added ventral fin, the three-blade prop is a few inches shorter, the flaps are limited to 30 degrees and there are hydraulics for the gear and rigging for the water rudders too. In all, the changes to the airplane to accommodate floats, especially amphibs, are many and beautifully executed.