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VX One

An exciting One Design sport for the international two-to three-person racing enthusiast, the VX One was designed for sailors from junior to advanced. It’s perfect for the performance sailor looking for an affordable, durable and technically advanced class. Quantum’s VX One sails and service can help give you an edge over the competition.

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VX One Mainsails

VX One Class Main

A tri-radial design using Contender’s Apen 06, Quantum’s VX One main includes many design characteristics used in several large-head design sails. Includes insignia, class royalty, tube bag.

VX One Headsails

VX One Class Jib

A tri-radial design using Contender’s Apen 06 and 12 laminate, this cloth is a favorite among racing sailors. The zigzag technology is perfect for modern rigging on dinghies and yachts. The Aspen 06 and 12 materials crafted by Quantum sailmakers produce fast, durable sails with a wide trimming range for any level of competition. Includes class royalty, zipper luff sleeve and tube bag.

VX One Spinnakers

VX One Class Asymmetrical

Made with Dynokote 75, the polyurethane coating ensures high stability, low weight, 0% porosity, and high water repellency. The polyurethane coating is also treated with nano silicones for a smooth surface that lets you gybe quicker and hoist and lower your sail faster. Quantum’s designs coupled with Dynokote 75 make for a competitive sail with superior flying properties. Includes take down patch and class royalty.

VX One Accessories

VX One Mainsail Battens

VX One mainsail battens.

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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)
Jason Currie

A New Zealand native and sailmaker by trade, Jason completed his 4-year apprenticeship in 1996. After working in Auckland for Boyd & McMaster sails, he moved to Annapolis Maryland in 1997 to start with the brand new Quantum Sail Design Group, and has been with the company ever since.

During his time with Quantum, Jason ran the service department before moving into sales in 2008. Jason brings with him to Quantum a wealth of experience in both racing and cruising applications having been involved in the technical and hands on side of sail making for almost 30 years.

Over the years he has competed successfully on all levels of Grand Prix, One Design & IRC racing circuits ranging from J/22, J/70, Farr 30, Farr 40, C&C30, J/111, IC37, and the IRC52. In 2009 Jason was tasked with managing the sail development and design program for the Farr 40 class that has led to multiple national and world championship wins for Quantum clients. Having grown up sailing and spending most of his life in the sailmaking industry, Jason holds a diverse range of experience that he happily passes on to his racing and cruising clients.

Basic info
  • Nationality: New Zealand
  • Position: Sail Consultant
  • Current Town: Annapolis
Date Regatta Result
Mar 7, 2020 2020 Bacardi Cup Invitational Regatta 2
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