Radosław Werszko - wooden dinghy designer and builder
Just the two-person sailing boat - fast, efficient upwind, easily planing. However, you do not need
racing skills or special fitness to sail her away.
LOA 4.50 m
Beam 1.80 m
Draft 0.125 m
Draft (cb down) 0.93 m
Hull weight 100 kg
Sail area (main and jib) 12.0 sq m
Spinnaker area 12.0 sq m
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Ruslan Gichka has posted
his website, where explains details
related to his boat building work.
Although his boat is very changed,
the builder (Andrei Karpukhin,
Russia) assures me that she is still
the 4.5m dinghy.
Partly assembled boat (the older,
flat bottomed version) - Jordi
A photo sent me from Russia.
Gerardo Alonso's boat under
Liam A Morgan: last Sunday was
the first time our boat sailed under
her own power.
It was an unusual experience to
lift the new dinghy down from the
second floor - Nikolay Travnikov,
Simeon Stoilov's boat just after
spray varnishing the deck.
Tomasz Kozłowski started up
from the centreboard and rudder,
and completing the rig. Now the
work on his boat is well advanced
In the picture the bow of the
boat is pointing to the Irish Sea
which is 2 km away - Mike Bolton,
North Wales, UK.
a Pirate-class dinghy - György
The boat being built by Santa
Cruz Alejandro Dario in Buenos
Gonzalo Olivera of Argentina
is quite advanced in building
Martin Allietti hopes to finish
his dinghy before summer time.
Brent Schutz spent a great deal
of time browsing for a boat to suit
his needs - Minneapolis, USA.
Paolo Pallotta of Italy has
his dream come true...
Simon Miles is currently building
the sailboat in Seattle, USA.
The following boat has been built
in South America by the three
friends: Richard, Alvaro, and
The dinghy I had designed and
built before the 4.5m was four
meters long and more racing.
One of them was built perfectly
by Michał Mróz in Poland, and
another one by Čedo Perić in