Radosław Werszko - wooden dinghy designer and builder
Boat for a father-and-son crew, or even for single-hand sailing. The small jib is not a problem when
you are the only one onboard, whereas your kid has own ropes to adjust.
LOA 3.80 m
Beam 1.60 m
Draft 0.125 m
Draft (db down) 0.78 m
Hull weight 80 kg
Sail area (main and jib) 9.0 sq m
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Ivan Popov (Russia) started from
the simple paddle version to get
skills in boat building.
Alexander Stolyarov of Ukraine
needed one year to build
Cristian Salinas (Argentina)
equipped his boat with the gaff
rig that is his favourite.
Joanna Peiffer (Germany): it is a
tradition in Steiner Schools to do
a big project which lasts the whole
year, and I would love to made
Pablo Castejón's boat - Argentina.
Hot coloured and named boat
of Luiz Oliveira from Brazil.
The dinghy that I spotted on a
Russian-language forum. There
is also another boat in progress.
Lucas Malinverni de Melo named
NEW his new dinghy - Brazil.
The boat just launched by
Paweł Wewiór - Poland.
Karl Parsons: two of my fellow
students and I built the dinghy
while in college. As we were going
to school, we looked for ways to
save money, so the sail is made
from house wrap - Arizona, USA.
Vitalik, who had built the 2.6m
pram before, has now finished
Mario Giacummo of Uruguay
is the first who has launched
the dinghy. He sent me some
photographs of his fine boat.
The next boat is also under
construction in South America
by Argentine Luis C. Porati.
The first layer of paint applied.
Lewie Aguilar decided to make
the dinghy so he could learn
more and teach friends on how
to sail - Philippines.
The boat being built by
Mariano and Davide in Italy.
Stefan Gerzner of Switzerland
thought out and built a boat that
is an interesting mixture of
the 3.8m and 4.5m dinghies.