My wife and daughter did a sightseeing flight trip with them last year during a Disney Cruise port stop and I spent some time with the crew (mutual friends) so I feel a bit of a connection here.
The pilot on my wife's trip had 600 hundred hours TT. I thought that would be fine for a Beaver on floats. Looking at their accident history though I'm doing the armchair quarterback thing - 3 Fatal accidents in 9 years. That's high.
Accidents and incidents
On 16 July 2010, a DHC-2 Beaver floatplane, registration C-GAXL, crashed into a wooded mountainside and caught fire near Lake Péribonka, Quebec, after encountering adverse weather conditions seven minutes into the flight. Of the six people on board, the pilot and three passengers were killed.
On 23 August 2015, a DHC-2 Beaver floatplane, registration C-FKRJ, crashed into a wooded mountainside and caught fire near Les Bergeronnes, Quebec, shortly after taking off from Long Lake, near Tadoussac, on a sightseeing flight. All people on board, the pilot and six passengers, were killed.
On July 15th 2019, a DHC-2 Beaver floatplane crashed into a Labrador Lake late Monday night. The aircraft was on flight path from a fishing lodge near Crossroads Lake, near the Quebec border, to a remote camp on Mistastin Lake in northern Labrador. On board Were seven people, four of them are confirmed dead and the fate of the remaining three is unclear. The cause of the crash has not yet been determined however officials with the Transportation Safety Board have been called in.