MELX II – with participations in Pan European and World Championships in Spain, Italy, France, up to 2010 as SAIOLA IV – in later years has been taking part in tough competition in Greek Waters, as the Aegean Rally, the North Aegean Rally, the Aegean Regatta, the National Championship and in numerous other races.

MELX II is registered with the Yacht Club of Greece -YCG

MELX II is a monohull Sinergia 40 competition boat. Lengh Over All: 12.10m. Draft: 2.41m.. Displacement: 6,600 Kg. Rigging: Sloop type. Built in 2002. Crew 10-11. Certified: ORC International & IRC.

The synergy among the design, technology and quality, has produced the Sinergia 40. The design, because the designers Botin & Carkeek are the world leaders in design of Cruiser Racers boats.

The technology applied to the Sinergia 40, is not only a way to build the boats, is to look for the best sailing performances, through the composites engineering getting the best and longer mechanical properties.

Sinergia Composites has as the main objective, the quality in their products, and the Sinergia 40 is the demonstration of the quality well known worldwide.



Since being launched in 2001, the Sinergia 40 has proved to be the top production IMS boat in Europe by winning both the 2001 IMS World Championships and the highly competitive Copa Del Rey regatta. At the 2002 Copa Del Rey, 6 out of the top 7 boats in the newly formed IMS 600 Class were Sinergia 40’s.

2001 – Rolex IMS Offshore World Championship – Telepizza-Pepsi/ Sinergia 40/ Luis Doreste/ Sociedad Esponsor/ Spain – 2002 – MS 600 WORLD CHAMPION: TELEFÓNICA MOVISTAR  IMS 600 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RUNNER-UP: SIEMENS MOBILE. – 2003 – TEAM REVOLUTION HH (Retevision) CHAMPION OF THE CETTIMANA INTERNAZIONALE IMS.


Built to BUREAU VERITAS approved plans and laminated with epoxy and vynilester resins reinforced using hybrids E and S glass multiaxial fabrics.

Exterior hull and deck is isoftalic gel coat. All the materials are anti-osmosis certificate. The main structural bulkhead, as well the rest of the bulkheads, are vacuum made with epoxy resin and assembled to the hull with biaxial fabrics.

Deck is foam and balsa cored and completed with the hybrid glass high modulus multiaxials, having backplates for the working points. .