The Boeing Model 50(XPB) was an American twin engine long-range patrol flying boat of the 1920s.
A single example was built for the United States Navy.
The Boeing Model 50, designated XPB-1 by the US Navy, made its maiden flight in August 1925.
It was intended to use it to lead a pair of Naval Aircraft Factory PN-9s in an attempt to fly to Hawaii on 31 August 1925, but engine trouble led to its participation in the flight being cancelled.
In 1928, the aircraft was modified by the Naval Aircraft Factory, its Packard engines were replaced by two 500 hp (370 kW) geared Pratt & Whitney R-1690 Hornet radial engines, leading to the new designation XPB-2.