Tall Ships

Dar Mlodziezy


The Dar Mlodziezy is the first in a series of of six sister ships built for the Polish and Russian navy. The Dar replaced the Dar Pomorza. The ship is willingly visited both by ordinary tourists and distinguished guests. She is the place of unique events and special ceremonies. Aboard this ship, members of the Royal families, heads of the states, famous artists, businessmen and Polish colonies will find the atmosphere of hospitality of the Polish home.


The Dar Mlodziezy is a Polish sailing training ship, designed by Zygmunt Choren and launched in 1982 in Gdansk. It is especially built to train the cadets of the Polish marine and to win a lot of Tall Ship Races. The English name of this Ship is “The Gift of Youth”, appropriate since it was partly financed by the gifts of young school-children. The 110.6 metres long deck, the 62.1 metres high masts and 3.015 square metres of sails make the Dar Mlodziezy a forceful competitor in the races and regatta’s. Aboard this vessel you will find the atmosphere of hospitality of the Polish home.


The Dar Mlodziezy has cabins for 10 persons. On the corridors are enough toilets and showers. There is a classroom to study for the crew and trainees, a bar for a drink and a well equipped galley were everybody get their (real Polish) meals.


Shipping type: Full rigged ship
Homeport: Gdynia (PL)
Date built: 1982
Restored: -
Capacity: 136
Length: 108.6m
Beam: 14m
Draught: 6,5m
Sail: 3015 m2
Height of mast: 49,5m
Engine capacity: 1500 HK