Polish training ship ORP Wodnik was built in 1976 by Northern Shipyard in Gdansk. In Polish Navy website, she names her own class but seems as the only ship in her class.
As a training vessel, the cadets in Polish Naval Academy sail onboard her and improve their seamanship skills. In 1990-91 she served as a hospital ship in Persian gulf war. A helicopter platform was fitted on deck. Other than her training missions, she can also be used as a base ship for small attack craft and submarines. She has a crew of 56 plus 101 cadets.
She is 72.24m long and 11.9m wide. Her two Zgoda – Sulzer 6TD48 diesel engines drive her propellers and speed her up to 16.8 knots.
The model ship plans of ORP Wodnik are distributed on 9 sheets. They are extremely detailed. The scale of the plan set is 1/50.