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Melges IC37: Next generation Corinthian competition

by Hannah Noll 5 Oct 2018 04:16 PDT
Next Generation Corinthian Competition © Melges Performance Sailboats

The strict one-design class will provide simple, fun, competitive racing for the Corinthian sailors of the world.

Melges IC37 Class Rules require crew to be World Sailing Group 1 (amateur) sailors, incentivize youth sailors onboard, and mandate that each team has at least one woman, two if the team has eight or more people.

Learn more about the next generation Corinthian competition in the new video from Melges.

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