A proud three-masted gaff schooner
"Pogoria" - Sailing ship
Modern school sailing ship
The "Pogoria" is the first ship of a new type of sailing ship developed by the Polish designer Zygmunt Choren. The barquentines "Iskra" (Poland), "Kaliakra" (Bulgaria), "Oceania" (Poland) and "Frederyk Chopin" (Poland) have one thing in common with the "Pogoria", the very modern cut "platte" rear.
The "Pogoria" is always at the forefront of regattas and proved to be particularly weatherproof on its journey to the Southern Ocean in 1980/81 to bring Polish scientists back from their hibernation to Poland. Her real task, however, is to introduce young Poles and trainees to life and work in a team on a sailing ship. In close cooperation with the Italian STA, the Polish Barkentine has been spending the winter in the Mediterranean since 1999, with Genoa as its base port.
Owner: Sail Training Association Poland, Gdynia
Port of call: Gdynia
Length: 41,30 m
Width: 8,00 m
Draft: 3,60 m
Sail area: 1000 m²
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