Quantum Sails Pacific

Address:

1230 Brickyard Cove Road #200
Pt. Richmond, CA 94801
USA

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Phone

Main: 510-234-4334
Fax: 510-234-4863

Hours

Monday-Friday
9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday & Sunday by appointment

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About Quantum Sails Pacific

It’s one thing to make exceptional sails, but at Quantum Sails Pacific we go even further by making your challenges our own. With superior and personalized customer service, our sail consultants are with you every step of the way as loyal advisers, friends, and fellow sailors.

In our Service Department, we provide a full range of professional sail care and repair services for sails and canvas – from simple repairs to precise sail re-cuts. The first step for any project is an understanding of your needs and an evaluation in order to provide you with an accurate, up-front estimate of time and cost.

Services Include

  • Multipoint Inspections
  • Sail Repairs
  • Annual Sail & Canvas Maintenance
  • Sail Removal & Installation
  • Sail Pick-up & Drop-off
  • Sail and Canvas Washing
  • Canvas Waterproofing
  • Sail Mildew Removal, Mitigation and Prevention
  • Same Day/Overnight Repair Services
  • Precision Sail Recuts
  • Sail Conversions
  • Sail/Hardware Upgrades
  • Canvas Repairs
  • Custom Canvas Fabrication

Meet Your Quantum Team

At Quantum, we’re connected to sailors everywhere by our love of sailing and the belief that facing a challenge head on is infinitely rewarding. With a desire to serve and problem-solving approach, our local team is dedicated to being a trusted resource for all your sailing needs. We look forward to earning your business.

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Since he started sailing in 1984, Patrick has been hooked on the sport. Starting in Lasers and learning to sail larger keel boats at a young age, he’s spent the majority of his life out on the water. First at Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club on the waters of the Monterey Bay and then in the more extreme setting of the San Francisco Bay, sailing has taken me to destinations around the world.

Along the way Patrick has sailed in Australia as a junior on the Youth Match Race Tour and as an adult in the JJ Giltinan 18-foot-skiff championships, out to Hawaii on offshore races, as well as during his college years at University of Hawaii. Through Europe on the 49er Olympic circuit and aboard the TP-52 Rio, Patrick covered most of the waters of the old country, not to mention nearly every major sailing port in North America.

When not managing the Quantum Sails San Francisco, Patrick is focused on sailing one-design events as a tactician and racing offshore as a navigator.

Basic info
  • Nationality: USA
  • Position: Loft Manager
Career highlights
  • 1992 Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club Junior Sailor of the Year
  • 1992 Youth Match Racing Worlds: 4th place skipper
  • 1993 Saint Francis Yacht Club Youth Sailor of the Year
  • 1996 College Team Race PCCs (University of Hawaii): 1st place skipper
  • 1996 College Team Race Nationals: 5th Place skipper
  • 1997 Team Race PCCs: 1st place skipper
  • 1997 College Team Race Nationals: 6th place
  • 1997 College Dinghy PCCs: 1st place skipper
  • 1997 College Dinghy Nationals: 6th place
  • 1997 STFYC Invite: 1st place skipper
  • 1998 Shields Singlehanded Race: 1st place
  • 1998 Windjammer (Revelry, SC-40): 3rd place
  • 1998 Big Boat Series (Mongoose, SC-70): 2nd place
  • 2000 49er Worlds in San Carlos Mexico
  • 2000 Sloop PCCs: UCSC sailors placed 1st, Coach
  • 2000 Sloop Nationals: UCSC sailors placed 5th, Coach
  • 2001 49er Worlds in Lake Garda, Italy 37th place
  • 2001 Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club Sailor of the Year
  • 2002 49er Nationals: 2nd place skipper
  • 2002 Pacific Cup Rosebud (TransPac 52): 3rd place
  • 2002 Miami OCR: 4th place skipper
  • 2002 49er Worlds in Kaneohe, Hi 37th place
  • 2002 Singlehanded 49er North Americans: 3rd place
  • 2002 STFYC 18 Foot Skiff International, Skipper
  • 2003 49er Worlds Cadiz, Spain
  • 2003 49er North Americans: 3rd place skipper
  • 2003 Key West Race Week (Rosebud TP-52): 1st place
  • 2003 SORC Rosebud (Rosebud TP-52): 1st place
  • 2004 49er Olympic Trials: 7th place skipper
  • 2004 STFYC 18 Foot Skiff International, Skipper
  • 2006 Big Boat Series (Double Trouble, 1D35): 1st place
  • 2006 STFYC 18 Foot Skiff International, Skipper
  • 2007 ID35 North American Championships: 1st Skipper/Tactician
  • 2007 Sydney 38 Series Santa Cruz (Howl, Sydney38): 2nd place Tactician
  • 2007 STFYC 18 Foot Skiff International, Skipper
  • 2008 Pacific Cup (Criminal Mischief, RP45): 1st place
  • 2009 Cabo Race (Criminal Mischief, RP45): 1st place
  • 2009 STFYC 18 Foot Skiff International, Skipper
  • 2009 Transpac (Criminal Mischief, RP45): 1st place
  • 2010 Coastal Cup (Double Trouble, J-125): 1st place
  • 2010 Double Handed Farallones Race (Double Trouble, J-125): 1st place
  • 2010 Pacific Cup (Criminal Mischief, RP45): 1st place
  • 2010 Big Boat Series (Double Trouble, J-125): 2nd place Tactician
  • 2011 Spinnaker Cup (Double Trouble, J-125): 1st place
  • 2011 Transpac (Double Trouble, J-125)
  • 2011 Ahsmundsen Regatta (Mayhem, TP-52): 1st place strategist
  • 2011 STFYC 18 Foot Skiff International, Skipper
  • 2011 Big Boat Series (RIO, TP-52): 4th place
  • 2012 STFYC 18 Foot Skiff International, Skipper
  • 2012 Long Beach Race Week (RIO, TP-52): 2nd place Tactician
  • 2012 SDYC Yachting Cup (RIO, TP-52): 1st place Tactician
  • 2012 StFYC Big Boat Series (BBS) (RIO, TP-52): 2nd place Tactician
  • 2013 Key West Race Week (Rio, TP-52): 6th place Tactician
  • 2013 GAASTRA TP-52 Superworlds (Rio, TP-52): 7th place Tactician
  • 2013 Cabo Race (Invisible Hand, R/P 63): 5th place Strategist
  • 2013 TP-52 MEDCUP (Rio, TP-52): 7th place Tactician (Navigator in Barcelona)
  • 2013 Transpac (Invisible Hand, R/P 63): 1st place Navigator division 1
  • 2013 Frank C Mallory Trophy Winner Navigator 1st place division 1 Transpac
  • 2013 18 Foot Skiff World Championships, Mark Foy Trophy, Skipper
  • 2013 BBS (Gradient Vee, Marstrom 32): 6th place Tactician
  • 2013 Marstrom Gold Cup (Gradient Vee): 6th place
  • 2013 Melges 20 Worlds (Flygfisk): 24th place Tactician
  • 2014 Melges 20 Miami Winter Series (Flygfisk): 10th Place Tactician
  • 2014 Puerto Vallarta Race (Invisible Hand R/P 63): 3rd Place Navigator
  • 2014 Spinnaker Cup (Invisible Hand R/P 63): 2nd Place Navigator
  • 2014 Pacific Cup (Invisible Hand R/P 63): 3rd Place Navigator
  • 2014 Windjammer Race (Invisible Hand R/P 63): 1st Place Navigator
  • 2014 BBS J/70 (Bottle Rocket): 4th Place Tactician
  • 2014 Melges 20 North Americans (Flygfisk): 16th Place Tactician
  • 2015 Miami Winter Series (Flygfisk): 17th Place Tactician
  • 2015 Cabo Race (Invisible Hand R/P 63): 1st Place Navigator
  • 2015 Melges 20 Nationals Charleston (Flygfisk): 3rd Place Tactician
  • 2015 SOCAL300 (BADPAK STP65+): 3rd Place Navigator
  • 2015 Transpac (BADPAK STP65+): 7th Place Navigator
  • 2015 Big Boat Series (Tai Kaui R/P44): 4th Place Tactician
Jeff Thorpe

Jeff Thorpe

Jeff Thorpe was eight years old when he started the Leo Robbins sailing program. The instructor told his dad that Jeff wasn’t cut out for sailing, but Jeff went back the next season and hasn’t stopped sailing since. Throughout high school he raced Sabots, Lasers, and Laser 2s. When it was time for college, he didn’t have the money, so he took a job building and racing Morc boats at Pinnacle Yacht Design Group. Jeff stayed involved in the marine industry in a variety of ways, from an Olympic campaign with friends to fixing and rebuilding J/24s at his own shop to working in a sail loft. While working at the loft, he had the opportunity to sail on a J/125 with Quantum sails. Jeff was impressed with what he saw. He contacted Quantum Sails and told them he needed to work for them. Today Jeff works as a sail consultant at the Quantum Pacific loft, giving his clients the attention to detail they need to find the right sails. With his extensive sailing history, he’s more than qualified to help others figure out exactly what they need to meet their goals. “I spent years running offshore racing programs, so I have a fair bit of knowledge that helps me provide my clients with a great resource when they have questions,” said Jeff. “I make sure they understand all the options available to them to help them enjoy their sailing.” Jeff’s sailing experience includes J/70, J/111, J/105, J/125, Melges 24, Olson 30, E-22, PHRF, ORR, IRC, TP 52, Santa Cruz 70, and Santa Cruz 52 classes, as well as offshore catamarans, cruising boats, and racing boats.

Basic info
  • Nationality: USA
  • Position: Sail Consultant
  • Current Town: Pt. Richmond
Career highlights
  • 2006-2013 Several class wins in Transpac and Pacific Cup races
Will Paxton

A third generation sailor, Will Paxton started sailing when he was just six years old. He joined the Richmond Yacht Club junior program and never looked back, learning to crew and captain everything from commercial fishing vessels to international racing boats.

During college, Paxton worked at Sobstad Sails cutting parts and finishing membranes. When Sobstad became Quantum Pacific, he stayed on as a sailmaker before working his way up to production manager. Though he left sail making in 2001 to pursue a career in professional sailing and captaining, Paxton returned to Quantum Sails as a sail consultant in January 2013.

Paxton was happy to return to a company and product that he knows well, commenting that he feels fortunate to have a job doing what he loves to do most. Paxton's extensive knowledge of Quantum sails, coupled with his passion for sailing, make him an ideal candidate to help racers and cruisers get the most out of their sailing experiences.

Basic info
  • Nationality: USA
  • Position: Sail Consultant
  • Current Town: San Francisco
Fluency

English

Career highlights
  • 2012 Newport-Cabo Overall Winner
  • 2012 WC 70 Season Champion
  • 2012 BYC Express 27 One Design Midwinters Overall Winner
  • 2011 Transpac Overall Winner
  • 2011 San Franciso-Catalina Coastal Cup Overall Winner
  • 2010 Express 27 National Champion
  • Ten total races to Hawaii, including victories in the Pac Cup and Transpac
  • Nine national championships in Express 27, El Toro, and Santana 35 classes

Dan Roberts started sailing in 2007 when his father worked as a marine engine dealer. Through his father, Dan connected with the right people and learned to love the challenge of sailing. When he landed his first paid sailing gig, he wanted to prove his value, so he did some major main sail and jib recuts. When they won the national championship with those sails, Dan knew he’d found his career.

In June 2015, Dan joined the Quantum Sails to push himself and move on to the next challenge. An experienced service manager, he’s also an avid sailor with lots of experience on catamarans, skiffs, and with trimming sails.

As the service manager at the Quantum Pacific loft, customers can expect him to keep them on the water with the best sail repairs possible. “As a member of the Quantum team, I’m surrounded by people who are better than me,” said Dan. “It’s a pleasure to work with these professionals!”

Basic info
  • Nationality: USA
  • Position: Service Manager
Career highlights
  • Spinnaker Cup – 1st place
  • Marstrom 32 Series – 1st place
  • Columbia 5.5 – 1st place
  • Santa Barbara to King Harbor, 1st place
Emre Kalaycioglu

Emre Kalaycioglu

Emre Kalaycioglu started sailing in 1989 when his brother introduced him to the Optimist class. Reluctant at first, Emre fell in love with the freedom of sailing, when it was just him and nature. A year later he was racing, and he’s been racing ever since.

Emre moved up from the Opti class to larger boats and discovered he had a talent for sailing. He decided to pursue that talent. He started coaching Optis in 2000 and earned a second-degree coaching certificate in 2001. In 2003 he began racing on larger yachts and winning championships.

The move into sailmaking was a natural one. He had started visiting sail lofts when he was a teen – wondering how sails were made and repaired – and in 2003 he took his first job at a sail loft. As part of the Quantum Sails team, he now has the support of the company to pair with his years of experience.

“What I like best about working at Quantum is that nobody hesitates to share what they know so that you can improve yourself,” said Emre. “They are always pushing you instead of stopping you. This company gives you more than you expect.”

As the Loft Service Manager at Quantum Pacific, Emre plans to live up to and provide Quantum-standard service to his customers. “With nearly fifteen years of sailmaking experience, I can solve problems in a practical way and in a short period of time. The best thing about sailmaking is how wonderful you feel when you fix a sail, taking it from a bad condition to something better. It makes me happy to see a sail leave better than when it came to the loft.”

Career highlights
  • 2014 – Bayk The Marmara Winter Trofe with Dufour 38 Classic – IRC 2, 1st
  • 2013 – American Express Göcek Cup with Farr 40 – IRC 1, 1st
  • 2010 – Naval Forces Trophy with Beneteau 40.7 at İstanbul races
  • 2009 – BAYK Cup with MAT 10 (Ege-AKG sailing Team ) – IRC 2, 2nd
  • 2008 – Porto Carras- Hellenic X-35 Cup with Aggressivo – Coffe World, 2nd
  • EAYK Trofe with MAT 10 (Ege-AKG Sailing Team) – IRC 2, 2nd
  • 2007 – TAYK Trofe with X-35 (Aggressivo-Coffe World) – IRC 1, 4th
  • Naval Forces Trophy with MAT 10 (Ege-Coffe World) – IRC 2, 5th
  • EAYK Trofe with MAT10 (Ege-Coffe World) – IRC 2, 1st
  • 2006 – 5th Bodrum Race Week with Mumm 36 – IRC 1, 1st
  • Bodrum Winter Trofe with Mumm 36 – IRC 1, 1st
  • 2005 – Naval Forces Trophy with Beneteau 40.7 – IRC 2, 5th
  • Bodrum Gant Cup with Beneteau 40.7 – IRC 1, 1st
  • International Hellenic Agean Regatta with Beneteau 40.7 – ORC sınıfı, 7th
  • 2003 – Naval Forces Trophy with IMX 38 – IRC 1, 9th