Whether Cruising or Racing, Multihull Sails Require Specialized Solutions.

Multihull sailboats are one of the fastest growing segments in the industry. Quantum offers sails specifically designed to get the most out of these boats known for their speed, comfort and seaworthiness.


As with every new sail design, the process begins with your sailing goals. Quantum specializes in developing solutions that satisfy your specific needs and intended type of sailing, helping you maximize boat performance. Multihull sails can be produced in woven polyester or Fusion M®, our proprietary membrane product.


Fusion M® sails are made by Quantum using the most technically advanced design, lamination and shaping methods in the industry. Known as iQ Technology®, our integrated and proprietary process results in sail shapes that are fast, efficient and infinitely repeatable, a feat no other sail maker can match. Learn more about iQ® Technology here.


Obviously the larger the sail, the heavier it gets, so a primary consideration for large multihulls is the sailcloth. A Fusion M® sail is approximately 15-20 percent lighter than an equivalent conventional panel sail, with greatly improved stretch resistance and shape retention. Headboards and fittings have undergone some serious rethinking as well, with new available shapes and materials offering improved strength, lightness and durability.




Quantum Special Projects Group for Large Multihulls

We are committed to designing and producing world-class sails. The specialized needs of large multihulls requires greater collaboration between sail maker, boat designer, rig manufacturer, boat builder, project manager and owner. Because most everything is custom, a high level of engineering is required. To support the needs of large multihulls, Quantum has created an in-house group drawing upon resources from around the world to focus on developing these types of sails and systems. The specialized skills, technical know-how and extensive experience of our engineers, designers and sail makers are applied to every phase of the project, ensuring the highest levels of service and support from construction through installation. With facilities in Palma, Spain; Newport, Rhode Island; St. Maarten; Auckland, New Zealand; and Capetown, South Africa—anywhere large cruising yachts sail—the Special Projects team stands ready to put its collective experience to work to care for the needs of the super yacht sailor.