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Posted on May 4, 2018 by K38 Rescue

HEROES

Sebastian and Ola are the heroes of the Płyniemy Polsko Rally.

The Plyniemy Polsko is patterned off the famous road race the Paris to Dakar. Only the Rally in Poland runs up the famous Vistula River, to the Baltic Sea and back down to the center of the nation on Personal Water Craft.

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Płyniemy Polsko

TEAMS

Ten teams have joined to Rally to raise funds and awareness for children’s charitable causes for the Special Olympics, cerebral palsy and Autism.

On April 29th., Ola and Sebastian who represent the mascots of the charity focus rode a BRP Sea Doo Spark northward on the Vistual River at the starting point in Krakow.

They drove onward through Warsaw, Wcloclawek Gydnia and today the Rally starts in Szczecin on the Oder River. The Teams will continue until the end point in Rybink.

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Heroes of the Rally

RACE FOR CHARITY

Although the Rally is also a race as well as a charity event, for Sebastian and Ola it is about personal dreams and achievement.

The Rally will be working to provide the funds for special diving equipment for people who are mentally and physically challenged to bring them opportunities to explore and become a reality of their own design.

They are fantastic representatives of the Special Olympics - Olimpiady Specjalne Śląskie

You can become a supporter by visting:
Special Olympics Facebook

K38 Poland Website

Posted on May 3, 2018 by K38 Rescue

STAGE 2

STAGE 4
Etapu rajdu Płyniemy Polsko z Gdynia do Darłowa.

The rally Stage 4 route was from Gdynia Poland to Darlowa on the Baltic Sea. The teams field the event in partnerships of taking care of their rally needs throughout the route. The Rally began on April 29 in Krakow and the presentation took place on the 28th in Ustron.

We had rougher waters once we turned the peninsula point leaving Gdynia and heading westward. All the Rally riders hugged the coastline. There is a shallow shelf along the coastline that drops off to very deep water. The winds can come across very strong and agitate the water.

Our Plyniemy Polsko riders are setting pretty fast paces. They have gotten in to battle weary stride.

The hands suffer the most, from friction on the handlebars holding onto the crat. This is a long journey and the craft are going through strenuous paces. We have quite a few Sea Doo BRP Spark models on this rally.

K38 Poland is operating a Yamaha WaveRunner® and we have a rescue board and a K38 chase vehicle with the trailer.

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We have arrived!

Another Stage Completed

The hands suffer the most, from friction on the handlebars holding onto the crat. This is a long journey and the craft are going through strenuous paces. We have quite a few Sea Doo BRP Spark models on this rally.

K38 Poland is operating a Yamaha WaveRunner® and we have a rescue board and a K38 chase vehicle with the trailer.

The Rally started up the Vistula River and we shall continue until we make a full loop of Poland, setting history for a charity ride to raise funds for people with cerebral palsy, and autism.

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Beach Rescue of Spark

Yacht Club Rybnik

We have so far enjoyed a fantastic adventure! We started out by enjoying music from Znaki Czasu and are going to have more fantastic gatherings along the way since we began at the Wloclawek stage.

The organizers of the rally is the Yacht Club Rybnik and the PGE Energia Ciepla Foundation.

Before the stop in Leba we had one PWC go down and it had to be recovered from the beach. That alone was quite an epic adventure! We were fortunate to see to the safety of this recovery that a tractor locally was able to recover the PWC! It was a long day!

Content Creator - Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Posted on April 30, 2018 by K38 Rescue

STAGE 2

Stage 2 of the Plyniemy Polsko has be completed on 4.30.2018

The second stage of Plyniemy Polsko is now behind us. This stage was definitely less demanding compared to first stage and definitely faster.

Tomorrow we go to Gdynia, Poland. We are entering water with a completely different water conditions and characteristics.
Each Stage of the Plyneimy Polsko offers distinct water changes during the rally. Calmer waters allow us to travel faster and are much easier on the operators and the equipment.

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We have arrived!

Zacumowaliśmy w Przystań nad Wisłą we Włocławk

Each Stage of the Plyneimy Polsko offers distinct water changes during the rally. Calmer waters allow us to travel faster and are much easier on the operators and the equipment.

Drugi etap za nami. Zdecydowanie mniej wymagający w porównaniu z pierwszym i zdecydowanie szybszy.
Jutro płyniemy do Gdynia. Zatem wpływamy na wody o słonym smaku i zupełnie innej charakterystyce.

Zacumowaliśmy w Przystań nad Wisłą we Włocławku.

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Taking a break from a long ride today

MOTO-KOM Yamaha

My tymczasem zmuszeni byliśmy w trybie ekspresowym odwiedzić serwis MOTO-KOM Yamaha. Profesjonalna i szybka obsługa postawiła nasz sprzęt na nogi. Wielkie dzięki.

Podziękowania również dla WOPR Płock za szybką akcję telefoniczną, kontakt i zorganizowanie serwisu.
Dzięki Wam jesteśmy na trasie!!! Płyniemy Polsko dalej!
Meanwhile, we were forced to visit MOTO-KOM Yamaha. Professional and quick service by the company ensured that our equipiment was ready to go for the Plyniemy Polsko. Thanks a lot to their outstanding support.

Thanks also to WOPR Płock for a quick phone call, contact and organisation.

Thanks to you we are on tour!!! Płyniemy Polsko go!

Dzisiaj wspiera nas Ochotnicza Straż Pożarna - Ratownictwo Wodne, którzy w swoim gronie mają licencjonowanych operatorów K38.

Norbert Wysocki i Maciek Krok zabezpieczają cześć trasy rajdu Płyniemy Polsko. Wielkie dzięki za pomoc i wsparcie!!!

Today we are supported by Ochotnicza Straż Pożarna-Ratownictwo Wodne who have licensed operators of K38. Norbert Wysocki who is a k38 Qualified Rescue Boat Operator and Maciek step securing honoring the tour of Płyniemy Polsko. Big thanks for your help and support!!!

The start of the Rally began on the Vistula River by the Baltic Sea. Personal Water Craft operators navigated the river and returned to the city of Oder. The rally has 10 double teams participating.

On Staurday April 28 in Ustron, the safety presentation and orientation was completed.

The teams began the rally on April 29 (Sunday) from Krakow at 9:00am.

The Vistula river is the longest on in Poland. Event organizers decided they would start their campaign in Ustron and the teams would commence this arduous campaign. Kornel Pajak is the main coordinator of the project from the Yacht Club Rybnik.

Content Creator - Shawn Alladio cares most about her community and the culture surrounding the safety of event service providers and Rescue Water Craft operators, working hard and dedicated towards protecting their reputation, distributing safety information and continuing to train these amazing individuals to the highest standards of care.

Posted on April 29, 2018 by K38 Rescue

LET'S CRUISE POLAND - Płyniemy Polsko

The Plyniemy Polsko 'Let's Cruise Poland' is an annual event. This year the trek began on the Vistula River, the longest river in Poland.

Płyniemy Polsko

The next edition of the charity event called “Let’s Cruise Poland’ will begin in Ustron, Poland.

This fundraiser is to raise money to help in the rehabilitation of physically challenged children.

The Rally moves around Poland.

THE RALLY
The start of the Rally is on the Vistula River by the Baltic Sea. Personal Water Craft operators will navigate the river and return to the city of Oder. The rally has 10 double teams participating.

On Staurday April 28 in Ustron, the safety presentation and orientation commences.

The teams begin the rally on April 29 (Sunday) from Krakow at 9:00am.

The Vistula river is the longest on in Poland. Event organizers decided they would start their campaign in Ustron and the teams would commence this arduous campaign. Kornel Pajak is the main coordinator of the project from the Yacht Club Rybnik.

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ORIENTATION
During the orientation in Ustron there will be plenty of attractions and surprises for all who will go to the canoe pond in the City Center.

The launch of the team Personal Water Craft will start at 1:00pm, then the teams and institutions involved in the campaign will be presented.

At 2:00pm a symbolic start is planned.

"The event will have a picnic character, during which you will be able to take advantage of children's attractions, listen to music and watch an amazing flyboard show performed by Polish champions" - explains Katarzyna Czyż-Kaźmierczak. Head of the Department of Promotion, Culture, Sport and Tourism of the City Office in Ustroń.

CONCERT
However, these are not all surprises that have been prepared by the organizers.

"The presence of three-time European Champion in car rallies Kajetan Kajetanowicz and renowned Youtuber Rezi, who also support this charitable undertaking, confirmed their presence."

Around 2.30 pm, the event will be graced by a concert by the band Znaki Czasu, which will present in its repertoire a dedicated song "Płniemy Polsko".

The whole event will take place from 13:00 to 17:00 on a canoe pond in Ustroń.

K38 Poland is providing water safety organization for the Rally.
We encourage you to participate and contact:

Kornel Pająk, main action coordinator, tel. 792 212 007
Katarzyna Czyż-Kaźmierczak, Head of the Department of Promotion, Culture, Sport and Tourism UM Ustroń, tel. 600 964 931

Kolejna edycja akcji charytatywnej „Płyniemy Polsko” będzie miała swój prolog w Ustroniu.

Po raz kolejny w Ustroniu odbędzie się symboliczny start akcji charytatywnej „Płyniemy Polsko”, która w tym roku będzie miała nieco zmienioną formułę, ale cel główny pozostaje cały czas ten sam tj. zebranie funduszy na pomoc w rehabilitacji niepełnosprawnych dzieci.

Tegoroczne „Płyniemy Polsko” odbędzie się w formie rajdu wokół Polski, w pierwszej kolejności rzeką Wisłą, dalej Bałtykiem i powrót Odrą. W rajdzie weźmie udział aż 10 dwuosobowych ekip.
Ekipy wystartują 29 kwietnia (niedziela) z Krakowa o godz. 9:00 a dzień wcześniej tj. 28 kwietnia (sobota) w Ustroniu nastąpi ich prezentacja.

„To w Beskidach bierze swój początek najdłuższa rzeka Polski, dlatego też zdecydowaliśmy , że to właśnie w Ustroniu symbolicznie rozpoczniemy naszą akcję i zaprezentujemy ekipy, które podejmą się tego karkołomnego wyczyny” – mówi Kornel Pająk z Yacht Clubu Rybnik, główny koordynator projektu Płyniemy Polsko.

Podczas prologu w Ustroniu nie zabraknie atrakcji i niespodzianek dla wszystkich którzy wybiorą się nad staw kajakowy w centrum miasta.

Wodowanie skuterów rozpocznie się o godz. 13:00, następnie zaprezentowane zostaną ekipy i zaangażowane w akcję instytucje.

O 14:00 planowany jest symboliczny START.

„Wydarzenie będzie miało charakter pikniku, podczas którego będzie można skorzystać z atrakcji dla dzieci, posłuchać muzyki i obejrzeć niesamowity pokaz flyboardu w wykonaniu mistrzów Polski” – wyjaśnia Katarzyna Czyż-Kaźmierczak Naczelnik Wydziału Promocji, Kultury, Sportu i Turystyki Urzędu Miasta w Ustroniu.

To jednak nie wszystkie niespodzianki, które zostały przygotowane przez organizatorów.

„Swoją obecność potwierdzili trzykrotny Mistrz Europy w rajdach samochodowych Kajetan Kajetanowicz i znany youtuber Rezi, którzy również wspierają to charytatywne przedsięwzięcie.”

Około godziny 14.30 wydarzenie uświetni koncert zespołu "Znaki Czasu" który zaprezentuje w swoim repertuarze dedykowany utwór "Płyniemy Polsko".

Całość imprezy odbędzie się od 13:00 do 17:00 na stawie kajakowym w Ustroniu.

Zachęcamy do udziału i kontaktu:

Kornel Pająk, główny koordynator akcji, tel. 792 212 007
Katarzyna Czyż-Kaźmierczak, Naczelnik Wydziału Promocji, Kultury, Sportu i Turystyki UM Ustroń, tel. 600 964 931

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