Radosław Werszko - wooden dinghy designer and builder



3.1m and 3.3m tenders

Tiny sailing boats, which makes them handy in operation,

and easy to build and store in the garage. You can try carrying

each of them on a car's roof rack.


LOA   3.10 m or 3.30 m

Beam   1.40 m

Draft   0.10 m

Draft (db down)   0.65 m or 0.70 m

Hull weight   50 kg or 55 kg

Sail area (main)   5.5 sq m

Sail area (main and jib)   6.5 sq m

Building plans (3.1m)

Building plans (3.3m)

Website copyright  (C)  2005-2024 Radosław Werszko. All rights reserved.


Michał Karolczyk (Poland) started

building his boat from the 2.9m

tender (rigging and blades), but

now the hull of the bigger 3.1m is

being built. Both boats have been

drawn so that everything fits.


Tomasz Szczepaniak works

intensively to free up the workshop

lent to him on time. Poland.


Marc von Felten: here

my children are sailing on

Lake Thun (Switzerland).


Oscar Raviscioni (Argentina)

bought the tender a few days

ago. He has only to finish details

and put sails.


The boat built by Martins

Dambergs from Latvia.


Zbigniew Ostapiuk builds the

previous version of the tender

(equipped with the thwart).


Tomasz Chilicki phoned me

countless times asking to explain

details about his boat - Poland.


The boat planing in strong

wind - Sergei Funtov, Russia.


Christoph Bollinger sent me

a picture from Switzerland of the

stitched and partly taped boat.

Christoph adapted his windsurf

sail for the first trip.


Sean Gawne-Mark ordered

sails as a kit to make your own -

Pennsylvania, USA.