The Fastest IC37 Sails on the Water

You love the simplicity and level playing field of your IC37. When everything comes down to one set of three sails, you need the best. Choose the trusted North Sails 3Di mainsail, jib, and asymmetric spinnaker combination to power your IC37 by Melges. Expect more with North.

IC37 by Melges SAILS

We have fast sails for your boat. Please contact an expert or request a quote.

IC37 by Melges NEWS

As you may know, North Sails and Melges Boatworks (North Sails Zenda) have worked in conjunction in the past to provide sails and service to the Scow fleets across the… Read More

20 amateur teams representing 14 countries qualified to compete for a week of racing at the 2019 Rolex New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup. In its sixth edition, the event… Read More

With just three sails for all conditions, the ability to reef both the main and jib of the IC37 is crucial to sailing the boat in heavier air. The best… Read More

North Sails experts have been busy figuring out the IC37 since the first boat became available in 2018. In Volume Four of our class tips, we suggest solutions to some… Read More

Last week us “industry pros” got to test-drive the IC37 by Melges, and the boat blew us away. Hats off to Lynn Bowser and the Westerly Marine builders, and designer… Read More

When notified that North Sails would be the official sailmaker for the Melges IC37 class, the design team realized we had a challenging task before us. An inventory of only… Read More

IC37 by Melges Results

2021 Victory
North American Championships
Nick, Cory, Mark & Katja Sertl
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
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IC37 by Melges CLASS EXPERTS

IC37 by Melges Class Experts

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Ken Read

Portsmouth, Rhode Island ken.read@northsails.com
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Tim Healy

Portsmouth, Rhode Island tim.healy@northsails.com

IC37 by Melges TUNING GUIDE

We don’t have a tuning guide for this class at the moment.