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Welcome to the official site of the Seattle World Cruiser Project. Celebrating the first circumnavigation of the globe by air.

Cover Story

Be sure to pick up the October issue of Air Classics magazine. They have been kind enough to feature articles about our project as well as the history of the original 1924 world flight. The articles also showcase some beautiful air-to-air photos by photographer Jim Larsen that were taken on July 14th. The occasion was Diane's first flight in the Cruiser as our test pilot, Carter Teeters, flew from the Arlington Airport to Boeing Field for the Boeing 100th Celebration.

Carter and Diane arriving at Boeing Field.

Carter and Diane arriving at Boeing Field.

(Cover image courtesy Air Classics/Challenge Publications, Inc.)

(Cover image courtesy Air Classics/Challenge Publications, Inc.)

Happy Birthday Boeing! 

Congratulations to the Boeing Company on their 100th anniversary! We were very proud and excited to have been asked to bring the Cruiser down to the Museum of Flight to help mark the occasion last month.  Many thanks to those at the event that came over and said hello. Be sure to visit this section of our website to learn more about the Douglas World Cruiser's connection to Boeing: BOEING 100

Picture Perfect

We've been very fortunate to have  local photographer extraordinaire Terry Green capturing some of our activities at Arlington Air Field. You can see more of his wonderful photography here: Terry Green/Flickr


 If this is your first time visiting our site, the three links below offer a great introduction to our project. 


Learn about the historic first flight around the world that inspired this project. 


Discover what the Seattle World Cruiser World Project is all about and take a look at how the aircraft was put together. 


Find out how you can lend your support and learn about the outstanding people and organizations that are helping us toward our goal.