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|Port of registry:||Gdynia|
|In service:||4 July 1982|
|Status:||in active service, as of 2012[update]|
|General characteristics |
|Displacement:||2,946 t (2,899 long tons; 3,247 short tons)|
|Length:||108.8 m (357 ft) o/a
79.4 m (260 ft) p/p
|Beam:||12 m (39 ft)|
|Height:||62.1 m (204 ft)|
|Depth:||6.3 m (21 ft)|
|Propulsion:||2 × 750 PS (552 kW) Cegielski-Sulzer Type 8 AL 20/24 diesel engines, 2 screws|
|Sail plan:||Full-rigged ship, sail area: 3,015 m2 (32,450 sq ft)|
|Speed:||12 knots (22 km/h; 14 mph) (engines)
16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph) (sails)
|Range:||Highest daily mileage : 264.7 nmi (490.2 km; 304.6 mi) at average 11.29 kn (21 km/h; 13 mph) under sail|
|Crew:||176 (40 crew and 136 cadets)|
Dar Młodzieży ("The Gift of Youth") is a Polish sail training ship designed by Zygmunt Choreń. A prototype of a class of six, the following five slightly-differing units were built subsequently by the same shipyard for the merchant fleet of the former Soviet Union. Her sister ships are Mir, Druzhba, Pallada, Khersones and Nadezhda.
The ship was launched in November 1981 at the Gdańsk shipyard, Poland, and commissioned for service in July 1982 at Gdynia, thus replacing her forerunner Dar Pomorza. Her home port is Gdynia. The Dar Młodzieży is the first Polish-built, ocean-going sailing vessel to circumnavigate the globe (1987–88), thus repeating the famous voyage of her predecessor (1934–35).
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