His sailing experience began on a chain of
lakes: Mazury in Poland, as a teenager, student and member
of Student Association
of Sport in Wilkasy near Gizycko; on the lake Niegocin,
participating in team sailing regattas and later independently
sailing the waters of the Mazurian lakes.
For over twenty years, he
is continuously cruising and exploring intercostals and near
coastal waters of the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific
Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Great Lakes. He believes ” … only
practice and endless education makes me a better and safer
is a graduate of United States Maritime Academy, holding
the following licenses: United State Coast Guard
Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessels License with Sailing
Endorsement and Commercial Assist Towing Endorsement. His
adventurous passion for traveling and exploring would not
be complete without being a licensed
P.A.D.I. scuba diver.
For the last ten
years, he has been sailing the Great Lakes, for which
he feels great respect and admiration.
Beneteau Oceanis 321
Designed by Groupe Finot and built by Beneteau,
the Oceanis 321 was made for cruising, speed and comfort. Her
stable, fast performance, combined with a surprisingly spacious
interior and two-cabin layout, make her the ideal yacht for a
luxurious and relaxing sail or blue water cruise.
The Oceanis 321's low center of gravity makes for efficient and stable
sailing. She is solidly built, well-balanced and very safe, even in heavy
weather conditions. She makes an ideal cruiser and offers pleasant short
or light-handed sailing thanks to her furling main and 140% furling genoa
The two-cabin layout offers spacious crew
accommodations. The broad beam of the Oceanis 321 makes for
a roomy cockpit, complete with swim ladder and shower on the
transom as well as a large head (toilet) with a separate shower.
The L-shaped kitchen is well-equipped, with a good sized table
and adjacent seating areas.
The vessel is equipped with up-to-date safety,
navigation and communication instruments which include the following:
Compass, Wind Log, Autopilot, Radar, VHF DSC radio, GPS, Chart
Plotter, CD/Radio Stereo and Navigation lights. USCG approved
safety equipments include: Personal Floating Vests, Satellite
Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB), Sound and Visual signals,
smoke flares, floating seat cushions, throwable life ring, fire
extinguishers, radar reflector and First Aid Kit.