First sailing after 9 weeks COVID 19 lockdown
Ranita, Jola, Marek, Cicia and Kuba cruising from Dover to Weymouth and back including IOW
Double Handed – Cyprian and Kuba ….and 800Nm
Crew: Janusz, Cyprian and Kuba
Sailing with cat 🙂
Double Handed 1809 Nm race around Britain and Ireland
From Dover to Plymouth for RB&I Race – May 2018 Crew: Joanna, Kalina & Kuba
Double Handed qualifier trip. Crew Charlene and Kuba
This was Double Handed Race – Charlene & Kuba
Charlene, Gosia, Radek and Lukasz left us in Gosport. Kuba & John did the delivery to Harwich, to get the boat ready for North Sea Race
First Race of the Season – Crew: Charlene, Gosia, Radek, John, Lukasz & Kuba
Marek, Daniel and Kuba braved the very cold weather and sailed Polished Manx from Extremely cold Germany to Dover.
End of Season repairs and preparation for busy season 2018 were done in Cuxhaven
September 2017 – trip back home from Gdynia to Cuxhaven via Danish Islands of Christianso, Bornholm and Kiel Canal
01-16 August Cruising South East Sweden including Oland and Gotland
Few days with friends in Jastarnia and Hel August 2017
Polished Manx participated in the last phase: Tallin – Szczecin. We were very impressed with Szczecin.
July 2017 – Polish and European Championship – GDANSK
03.07 – 16.07.2017 Ranita, Jola, Marek, Matek i Kuba 95oNm via Bornholm
Tomek and Kuba – Baltic Sea – 400 Nm at the beginning of June 2017
Ijmuiden – Bergen – Lerwick – Bergen Michal & Kuba
Delivery trip for 1000 Mile race – very challenging weather
Exploration trip into the Riga Bay in may 2017 Crew: Wieslaw, Patryk and Darek Weather: Interesting – did manage 778Nm in 7 days
Delivery trip from UK to Poland. Crew: Marek, Tomek, Kasia, Piotr, Kubus i Maciek Weather: Demanding 🙂
Last weekend of March 2017 Andy, Harvey and Kuba moved boat from Portland to Gosport with quick overnight stay at Yarmouth. Weather conditions NNE 6-7 B
Boat was lifted out at the beginning of March 2017, fully antifouled with EU – 45 and …ready to race.
Irish Sea Off Shore Racing Association – always plays very important role for our racing. We have been active member since 2010
We might not always win but we will NEVER give up 🙂 We are sailing for the sake of sailing and if we can be faster than others then we take it as a bonus.
Iconic qualifier race for Fastnet – Lyver Trophy – Holyhead – Dublin
This was our 3rd Fastnet – this time Double Handed with Charlene.
Polished Manx – Sigma 33, we did 33 000 Nm in her – 2 Fastnets and 2 Round the Ireland Races were the highlights and 6 Sigma Championships. She was a great racing boat but we needed to go further and …faster. Deliveries were killing us 🙁
We collect best sunrise and sunset pictures taken while on board of Polished Manx
Every Race category 0, 1 and 2 requires boats to have Storm Sails
Polished Manx – 3 separate double cabins with comfortable main seating / dining area. Boat has heating system, hot water, shower and dully functional galley.