|Builder:||Gdańsk Shipyard, Gdańsk Poland|
|Propulsion:||Diesel, 816 hp with controllable pitch propeller, bow thrusters 70 hp, 430 m² sails on 3 masts|
|Speed:||6 kn on sails, 13.5 kn on engine|
|Boats & landing |
|2 inflatable outboards|
|Complement:||13 crew, 14 scientists|
She was built in 1985 in the Gdańsk Shipyard in Poland, after the design of Zygmunt Choreń. The hull was based on plans of earlier tall ships: ORP Iskra II and Pogoria, but its rigging was different. Oceania was originally a full rigged ship, with three masts (each 32 metres high). On every mast there was only one sail, in the shape of a vertical rectangle (sometimes Oceania was classified as a frigate), but later the yards and the sail from the mizzen-mast were removed. Sails are raised and driven hydraulically.