Quantum J/70 Class Sails
J/70 Sail Development by Quantum Sail Design Group
Quantum Sail Design Group is an acknowledged leader in advanced sail making technology and sail development. These tools, combined with top sail designers, have led to Quantum’s dominance in many J boat classes. For these reasons, Quantum was chosen by J Boats to be one of the lead sail developers for the new J/70.
The J/70 sail designs feature Quantum's high-quality sail construction details including the best sailcloth and large redial patches in the head and clew.
For the class asymmetrical, precise modeling techniques were used to fine-tune the size and geometry of the sail to maximize performance. The sail was also evaluated on its versatility; with one class sail, the ability to adjust to different wind speeds and angles is essential.
You can follow the Quantum J/70 efforts here on our website as well as on Facebook and Twitter.
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[caption id="attachment_4314" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Marty Kullman and the crew of New Wave celebrate their win.[/caption]
Quantum’s own Marty Kullman and Allan Terhune, Jr. took the top two spots at the first weekend of Quantum’s J/70 Winter Series at the Davis Island Yacht Club last weekend. Despite the tricky conditions, Quantum sails took ... continue reading
Quantum 2014 J/70 Winter Series at Davis Island Yacht Club
Event No. 1: December 13-14, 2014
Please Join Us for these Special Events
Friday: Pre-Regatta Clinic and Dock Talk
If you are arriving early, we invite you to join Quantum’s Allan Terhune and NAME from J/World for a pre-regatta clinic on Friday, December 12 starting ... continue reading
Seven fleets sailed at the 2014 J/Fest Southwest at the Lakewood Yacht Club in Seabrook, Texas earlier this month. Quantum® sails led their teams to first place finishes in three classes and top finishes in four classes after a solid weekend of racing.
In the J/70 division, Chris Lewis on GB and ... continue reading
After two days of great winds, Quantum sails finished first and third at the 2014 J/70 Fall Brawl in Annapolis, Maryland. Quantum’s Terry Hutchinson took first with Ray and Jenn Wulff on the podium in third.
After a rough first race for both boats, they made some adjustments. In the second race, ... 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
After 10 races over four days, Carlo Alberini and the Quantum-powered Calvi Network won the European J/70 Championship in Italy this past weekend, becoming the first ever J/70 European Champion.
Thirty-three boats from eight countries competed in the inaugural event. Variable winds cause a brief delay in action, but the fleet managed to ... continue reading
Quantum Sail Design Group is proud to partner with Davis Island Yacht Club for another Quantum J/70 Winter Series. This three-race series kicks off in Tampa on December 13, 2014, followed by regattas on January 10-11 and February 7-8, 2015. Quantum team members will be on-site for every event to provide support services ... continue reading
When you jump into a new boat, keep it simple.
Two weeks ago I had a great opportunity to sail my first J/70 event with two class veterans, Allan Terhune Jr. and Ray Wulff. As the rookie of the boat everything from launching to hoisting sails was new, and while it’s still ... continue reading
Quantum’s latest J/70 sail designs are turning heads with impressive, consistent performance while collecting top results. Quantum-powered teams captured 1st at the Bacardi Newport Sailing Week, 1st at the Can Am Challenge, 1st at the Annapolis Summer One Design Regatta, and three of the top six finishes at the North Americans. ... continue reading
For support before or during the J/70 Worlds, call on any of the following Quantum® team members who will be attending:
Wally Cross, 586-596-8854, firstname.lastname@example.org
Farley Fontenot, 281-381-9030, email@example.com
Kerry Klingler, 914-924-3466, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marty Kullman, 727-560-0164, email@example.com
Scott Nixon, 410-703-2578, firstname.lastname@example.org
Randy Shore, 401-849-7700, email@example.com
Allen Terhune, 732-644-1051, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nightly sail service will be available. Best of luck to all teams!
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