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  Bryza H (Waldemar Heisler) - Tall Ship

Bryza H | Waldemar Heisler
Polish yacht Bryza H
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Bryza H | Waldemar Heisler
Bryza H in Gdansk (Martwa Wisla), Poland
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Bryza H | Waldemar Heisler
Bryza H in Gdansk, Poland
Photograph by Mateusz War.. Some rights reserved.  (view image details)





BRYZA H FACTS

Description
Bryza H is a 24 m long, two-masted sailing yacht with fore and aft rig and total sail area of 180 square metres. The wooden-hulled ship sails in tall ships events and races, and is used as a sail training vessel. The name Bryza is Polish for "breeze".

History
Bryza H was built in Puck, Poland in 1952 and was originally used as a rescue ship for the Polish Marine Rescue (Ratownictwu Okr?towemu). She was retired in 1983 and acquired by Waldemar Heisler who converted her into a sailing yacht.

Ship Summary
Operator:Waldemar Heisler
Built by:Rybacka Baza Remontowa, Puck
Date Completed:1952
Length:23.88 m (overall)
Width:5.4 m
Crew:14