Quantum Melges 20 Class Sails
Quantum Sails is the first sail maker to develop a new mainsail design for the brand new Southern Spars class rig. This designed was finalized after extensive on-the-water testing and development with the top M20 teams around the globe. Our sails have been proven with major wins at class events on both sides of the Atlantic and ready for battle at the first event of the 2014 Miami Winter Series on Nov. 1-3 and the 2013 Worlds in Key Largo.
The updated 2012 AP-2 MAXIMUS Class Spinnaker is widely used and winning the major class regattas. This great spinnaker was redesigned in 2012 to be easy to trim and steer to. The straighter luff, higher clew and head profile allow the boat to accelerate and sail deep angles in all wind conditions. This spinnaker won every race at the #1 2011 Miami Winter Championship in both light air and big breeze. This sail also went 1,2,3 at the 2011 US Nationals in Miami, winning 5 out of 8 races.
Contact a Quantum Melges 20 rep today to see why the majority of Melges 20 owners around the World are only sailing with Quantum M20 Class sails. Our reps are at each class event around the world to help our customers get the most out of thier sails and boats.
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Cesar Gomes Neto continues his Megles 20 victory dance with a first place finish at the Pacific Coast Championship last month and third at the North American Championship this past weekend. It has been an amazing season for Neto and his boat, Portobello, and for Quantum sailors in the Melges 20 ... continue reading
With more than 90 teams from 12 countries competing in the 2014 Melges 20 events, it was Achille Onorato and Mascalzone Latino Jr. who took the title as overall European Champion.
The honor comes one month after Onorato places second at the World Championship in Italy. The nine-month season included eight sanctioned ... continue reading
After two days of choppy seas, Cesar Gomes Neto and Portobello won again. Sailing with Quantum’s John Bowden as trimmer and Quantum’s Scott Nixon as tactician, Portobello never finished below second place to take the 2014 Canadian National Championship.
The Port Credit Yacht Club hosted the race, which featured lumpy seas and ... continue reading
Quantum® sails continued to dominate the Melges 20 class with second and third place finishes at the world championship in Lake Garda, Italy. They also topped the Corinthian division, taking first and third. With these results tallied, Quantum sails finished on top of the 2014 Audi Melges 20 Sailing Series in ... continue reading
After three days of variable conditions, Quantum-powered teams controlled the podium at last weekend’s Melges 20 U.S. National Championship. Cesar Gomes Neto on Portobello, Drew Weirda and Quantum rep Scott Nixon on W, and Marc Hollerbach on Fu finished first, second, and third at the Quantum-dominated event.
The three-day event in Newport, ... continue reading
Guido Miani’s Out of Reach entered the final day of the Audi-Tron Sailing Series Act 4 in second place, but a winning performance pushed him ahead of the pack and into first place. Though he finished in twentieth place in the fourth race, each team was allowed a single discard, giving ... continue reading
Richard Reid on Zingara and Cesar Gomes Neto on Portobello won the Melges 24 and Melges 20 divisions of the 2014 Lake Ontario Championship at the Redpath Toronto Area Hospice Regatta last weekend. Reid raced consistently, placing in the top three in seven out of eight races to win by a ... continue reading
Quantum Sail Design Group is pleased to welcome Allan Terhune, Jr. as Global One Design Director. Terhune will report to Quantum Executive Vice President Terry Hutchinson and provide oversight for the company’s one design program including customer support, sales and marketing, sail development, and program expansion.
Allan Terhune joins Quantum as Global ... continue reading
Quantum teams dominated the Melges 20 Audi Tron Sailing Series Act 3 in Talamone, Italy this past weekend claiming the top five spots. Wes Whithmeyer, tactician Max Fraser, and crew Jonny Gordsberry on Slingshot won a close race, barely beating out the competition in the 36-boat field. Congratulations to everyone, and ... continue reading
Blow-through jibe demonstrated on a Melges 24 by Chris Rast of Swiss Performance Sailing.
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