Anyone building/built a Polish S750?

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by jamesgyore, Nov 7, 2011.

  1. jamesgyore
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    jamesgyore Senior Member

    Hey there Group,

    I did a search to no avail hoping to find a post or reference to a Polish S750 design.

    While the K800 is a rather exciting design, and to the eye a spirited boat, can it right itself after a knock-down?

    I've looked further afield to a Polish S750 design which looks to be a more sedate lady with published data about her ability to right herself from greater than 100 degrees.

    I must admit that the K800 design would better suit my intended use based on size and below deck arrangement, but I'm not a very experienced sailor despite having build several boats over the years. So a difficult and twitchy boat is not my equal.

    I have a Hungarian heritage, so Polish is as strange to me as Russian is, so I'm a little lost when trying to communicate with builders of either boat type.

    Your thoughts and opinions are greatly valued.

    Regards,

    James.
     
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