Interlake Class Info

Developed on Lake Erie for open water, Quantum’s Interlake sails are versatile enough to excel in open, choppy water while maintaining their edge and speed in flatter, inland lake sailing. Our powerful shapes have the ability to power through the whole range.

Interlake Mainsails

Interlake Main

Developed for open water sailing, this versatile main is the perfect multiuse sail. It’s great on open, choppy water, but it also excels in flat, inland lake sailing. Made with 180 square weave, the sail comes with RBS tapered battens, vision windows, sail numbers, and a sail bag. 

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This product may be ordered through your local rep or a class expert. For more information search for a loft or call 1-888-773-4889.

Interlake Headsails

Interlake Jib

This all-weather jib was developed on Lake Erie for sailing in choppy waters, but its powerful shape has the ability to excel in lighter air on inland water. Made with 180 square weave, our jib is available with a Burkhart system or furling option and can be made with roller furling battens or RBS tapered battens.

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This product may be ordered through your local rep or a class expert. For more information search for a loft or call 1-888-773-4889.

Interlake Spinnakers

Interlake Spinnaker

A class, max sized sail, our spinnaker’s round, deep, powerful shape projects higher for lighter air sailing. Built from Superkote 50, the combination radial and cross cut design makes this spinnaker the perfect complement to Quantum’s versatile class main and jib sails.

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This product may be ordered through your local rep or a class expert. For more information search for a loft or call 1-888-773-4889.

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Mark Reynolds

When Mark Reynolds walked into the Opening Ceremonies at Sydney’s Olympic Games, he made U.S. Olympic yachting history as a four-time consecutive Olympic representative in the same event. Well-known as the “Star of the Star class," Mark has won two world championship titles ('00,'95) and three Olympic medals (1992 Gold,1988 Silver, 2000 Gold) in arguably the most competitive One Design class in the world.

Mark started sailing with his father (also a Star World Champion, sailing with Dennis Conner in 1971) when he was four. As a sophomore on the San Diego State University sailing team, he was an All American, leading the collegiate team to 2nd place finishes in 1974 and 1975 in the North American Dinghy Championships. A protégé of Dennis Conner, Mark started his first Olympic campaign in the Flying Dutchman class.

After the 1980 Olympic boycott, Mark started sailmaking at North Sails. Two years later, he left to start his own Sobstad loft, then joined Quantum Sails before the 2000 Olympics.

Basic info
  • Nationality: USA
  • Position: Loft Owner, Quantum Sails San Diego
  • Current Town: San Diego
Career highlights
  • 2012 inducted into the Sailing Hall of Fame
  • 2002 Farr 40 World Champion (tactician)
  • 2002 inducted into Sailing World’s Hall of Fame
  • 2000 ISAF/Sperry World Sailor of the Year
  • 2000 Star Olympic Gold Medalist, Sydney
  • Star World Champion (’00,'95)
  • 1992 Star Olympic Gold Medalist, Barcelona
  • U.S. Olympic Committee Athlete of the Year for Sailing (’89, ’92)
  • 1988 Star Olympic Silver Medalist, Pusan
  • 1986 Goodwill Games Gold Medalist, Estonia
  • 1979 Pan Am Games Snipe Gold Medalist
  • Continental Star Champion (10 Times)
  • Bacardi Cup Champion (’02,’98,’97,’93,’90,’89,’84)
  • Kiel Week Gold medalist (’79,’86,’00,’02)
  • 1978 Snipe US National and North American Champion (3 times)
  • 1979 Snipe Worlds runner up
  • ICYRA All-American (’75)
Date Regatta Result
Jun 7, 2015 Sandusky Sailing Club One Design Regatta 1