Quantum Melges 24 Class Sails
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Quantum Fusion M™ all black Technora sails are turning heads with top results in class championships all over the world, including the 2012 World Championship! Top Corinthian teams & Pro teams are turning to Quantum for the fastest and easiest sails to set up in the Melges 24 Class.
The Quantum Melges24 designs are technologically superior to all other sails in the class. If you race in the one of the hottest one design classes in the world, with a carbon mast, carbon foils and all the go fast gadgets you can put on a boat...Why would you use outdated technology in your sail program?
Quantum's Fusion M Technora Membrane sails are in a class by themselves. Lighter, stronger, more durable, with fiber in all the right places for a longer performing life. Your Melges24 deserves the best and greatest sail technology. You won't see any AC, TP52, RC44, or Melges32 teams sailing around with Kevlar paneled upwind sails or crosscut Dacron mainsails!
To order Melges 24 sails, please contact one of the class experts.
Quantum’s National Sales Director Marty Kullman dominated the Melges 24 Florida State Championship last weekend winning eight of ten races to take home the trophy.
Held at David Island Yacht Club in Tampa, Florida, Kullman said Saturday conditions were awesome, with 5-7 knot winds allow for five races. Sunday was dramatically different, ... continue reading
Chris Rast and the EFG Sailing team won the 2015 Melges 24 World Championship in spectacular fashion last weekend. In the 95-boat fleet, they won five of 12 races, winning the title by a 53-point margin. This past week, Quantum’s Global One Design Director Allan Terhune talked with Chris about his ... continue reading
By T.J. Craig
After two days of varying wind conditions, Paul Hulsey and the Hoodlum Racing team crushed the competition at the May 16-17 Midwest One Design Spring Championship at the Muskegon Yacht Club. The annual Melges 24 season opener was well-organized, well-attended, and well-executed by everyone involved. With the weather providing ... continue reading
Quantum-powered Melges teams enjoyed victories in the US and Europe last weekend, winning in Italy and at Charleston.
In Loano, Italy, Alessandro Rombelli and tactician Francesco Bruni won the Melges 32 Audi-Tron Sailing Series on STIG. Cut short by 40 knot winds on the last day, sailors completed six races during the ... continue reading
[caption id="attachment_4649" align="aligncenter" width="600"]J/111s: Wicked 2.0, Spaceman Spiff, My SharonaPhoto by Sander van der Borch[/caption]
Quantum-powered teams raced hard and finished well in multiple classes at the 20th Annual Sperry Charleston Race Week. Quantum sails led their teams to victory in the overall and Corinthian divisions in several classes.
In the Corinthian ... continue reading
April 16-19, 2015
[caption id="attachment_4577" align="alignleft" width="640"]Photo by Sara Proctor.[/caption]Quantum Sails is proud to return as Sponsor and Official Sailmaker for Sperry Charleston Race Week offering the highest level of service and support to all race teams.
• On-site overnight Sail Repair by Quantum Sails Charleston on the porch outside Reel Bar. Drop in ... continue reading
Report From Quantum Pacific
San Francisco’s one-design fleets gear up for summer under shifting conditions on the Bay.
San Francisco’s top one-design fleets turned out for the Spring One Design regatta last weekend hosted by the St. Frances Yacht Club. There was excitement in the air for the kick off of the summer season, ... 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
It was a beautiful day in Detroit when more than 150 boats competed in the 2014 Bayview One Design Regatta at the Bayview Yacht Club. Top Quantum finishers for the day include class wins in the by David Sandlin in J/120, Jim Weyand in PHRF 1, and Harald Kolter in Express ... continue reading