At Quantum One Design, our mission is two-fold: to help you win races and to have more fun sailing. To accomplish this, Quantum one design sails are developed using our proprietary iQ Technology® computational tools, validated through rigorous on-the-water testing, proven on the most competitive racecourses around the world, and backed by a recognized team of one design experts.
When you choose Quantum, you get more than just a new sail. You become a member of the Quantum One Design team, gaining access to the expertise of world champions as well as ongoing support and service. From tuning tips, to racing clinics, to one-on-one training, we’re here to help you get the most out of your boat and sails. Anything we can do to enhance your sailing experience will be done.
As a company, we pride ourselves in the design and production of superior quality sails built with customer satisfaction in mind. Each sail is crafted with the utmost care to assure peak performance. If you love sailing and demand the very best, you’ve come to the right place.
After a consistent season on top of the leaderboard, Valentin Zavadnikov won the 2014 Melges 32 Audi-Tron Sailing Series Championship this month. Sailing with Quantum sails, Synergy GT stayed in the top four all season to claim the overall championship.
Throughout the season, Synergy GT routinely finished on top with their lowest ... continue reading
The American Yacht Club in Rye, New York recently ended their two-weekend fall regatta, including the J/109 East Coast Championship. Quantum-powered boats sailed strong, landing top-ten finishes in the J/70, J/105, and J/109 classes.
After a rough first race, Jim Vos and Scoot, sailing with a partial Quantum® inventory, found their niche ... continue reading
The Eastport Yacht Club in Annapolis, Maryland saw rough seas and shifty, northwesterly winds on the final days of racing, but Quantum’s own Terry Flynn and Kerry Klingler sailed strong and consistently to take second and third places at the 2014 J/80 World Championship.
The 32-boat fleet raced sixteen times over the ... continue reading