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International 110 Class Info

Quantum Sails started making International 110 sails in 2006, when we put sails on three of the top four boats at the 2006 Nationals. Since then, Quantum continues to develop the class sails, as well as several experimental sails; introducing what is now the class asymmetrical spinnaker, as well as a masthead asymmetrical spinnaker, and a square-top mainsail. Our current project is developing a non-overlapping headsail.

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International 110 Mainsails

110 FUSION X Class Mainsail

Converted to Technora in 2012, this sail is now lighter and more durable. 

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110 Square Top Mainsail

Developed for the Ross Weene rigged 110, this sail was designed to be used with the class headsail.

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International 110 Headsails

110 FUSION X Class Genoa

Converted to Technora in 2012, this championship winning sail is now lighter and more durable. 

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International 110 Spinnakers

110 Superlite Class Spinnaker

Made from Contender Superlite 50 cloth with glued seams, this sail is light and smooth. Many color options available.

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This item will be available to ship in 4 to 5 weeks

International 110 Accessories

110 Batten Set

Tapered RBS Battens

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This item will be available to ship in 1 to 2 weeks

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Randy Shore

Randy Shore grew up sailing. His parents – both championship sailors – introduced him to the water at an early age, but it wasn’t until high school that he decided to devote his time and energy to sailing. With the help of several amazing teachers, including Quantum’s Terry Hutchinson, Randy became a championship sailor himself, eventually becoming a member of the only team to win three consecutive U.S. match racing championships.

Randy also grew up around sail lofts, working at Shore Sails, his dad’s loft. Midway through college, Randy was running the production floor when he realized he wanted to go into management. He left Shore Sails to study and learn business outside the industry before returning to sailmaking in 2005. “Three things got me back into sailmaking,” said Randy. “Having my father’s business to build on, wanting to own and run my own business, and having an extensive background in sailing and sailmaking.”

As part of Quantum Sails, Randy and the team at Quantum Newport have access to all of Quantum’s resources and expertise, but Randy said it’s working with customers and helping them improve that he enjoys the most about his job. “I tend to be more of a coach than a competitor,” he said. “When I walk away from sailing with customers, my measure of success is the knowledge that they have gained and the foundation we have built – as well as how much fun they had – rather than just the score on the results sheet. I take great pleasure in helping my customers meet their next challenge.”

Growing up doing bow, navigation, and pit on J/24, J/29, J/35, J/44, and Farr 40 boats, Randy now spends more time trimming and as tactician on bigger boats, but his preference is sailing one design boats. If you can’t find Randy working, sailing, or spending time with his family, look for him at a local Ska show!

Basic info
  • Nationality: USA
  • Position: Sail Consultant
  • Current Town: Newport
Career highlights
  • National, North American, and World Championship experience in:
  • Lightning (top-five finisher)
  • 12 Meter (top-five finisher)
  • Sonar (top-five finisher)
  • 210 (top-five finisher)
  • Ensign
  • Shields
  • J/24
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