The IMAM Ro.44 was a fighter seaplane developed in Italy a single seater derivative of the Ro.43 that first flew in October 1936. While the Ro.43 had serious problems the Ro.44 was an utter failure. Armed with two 12.7 mm machine guns fitted in the nose the rear fuselage of the R.43 was redesigned to dispense with the observer's position and changes were made to the tail. Overall performance remained almost identical to that of the Ro.43 although the Ro.44 was more maneuverable.
Made by IMAM.