Melges is a viciously friendly sporting boat, a fiery and truly individualistic companion to skillful sailors, yet one which can be controlled in all types of winds, leading to rich experiences.
Harry C. Melges began constructing boats in 1945. Later on, his son Harry “Buddy” Melges established their family name in boating circles: after a bronze medal in 1964, he became an Olympic champion in 1972. The MELGES sailboat which bears their name was designed by the world famous Reichel/Pugh office, which has been taking the world by storm since the second half of the 90s.
The boat is characterized by refined solutions and a dynamic nature. It’s a truly popular work which suits many tastes. The same can be said of the apartments of the MELGES buildings in Pelso Bay.