Where are Melges sailboats made?

Where are Melges sailboats made?

initially built boats out of wood. The company’s headquarters is in Zenda, Wisconsin. The current CEO is Harry Melges III and President is Andy Burdick. Reichel/Pugh designed several Melges boats: Melges 14, Melges 17, Melges 20, Melges 24, Melges 30, and Melges 32….Melges Performance Sailboats.

Type Privately held company
Website melges.com

How long is an MC Scow?

16 ft

LENGTH 16 ft 4.877 m
BEAM 5 ft 8 in 1.727 m
WEIGHT 420 lbs 190.509 kg

How do you pronounce Melges?

Melges (pronounced mel•gis), is one of the most reputable, recognized and respected family names in the sailing industry.

How much does a Melges 37 cost?

The quoted price for the boat, with sails and basic GPS-based electronics, tops out at $340,000.

Why choose a Melges 14 sailboat?

The carbon mast and boom complement its flexible sail plan with three different size rigs. With boats in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa, the Melges 14 is a one-design fleet for the masses. Sailors can order a custom Melges 14 dolly, easily car top it or tow it behind any vehicle.

What is the Melges X boat experience?

For youth sailors, it is a rewarding experience that ultimately fosters a deep passion for the sport. Boasting a regular showing of over 100 boats at the X Inland Championship, it is one of the most active youth sailing fleets in North America. The Melges X Boat Experience not just about the racing.

Why choose the Melges C Scow™?

Inspired by more than 100 years of competitive racing, this cat-rigged, maneuverable sailboat is great fun and a total pleasure to sail. A modern, versatile and easy-to-sail boat, it accommodates 2-3 crew and is super-charged with a large, powerful mainsail. Built with integrity, the Melges C Scow™ is fast and calibrated superlatively for speed.

Is the Melges 17 the ultimate family scow?

The rivalry pairings range from husband and wives to teamed siblings, making the Melges 17 the ultimate family racer! The C Scow was the first class of scow built by Harry C. Melges, Sr. in 1945; it quickly became an all-time speed favorite.

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