Bringing our knowledge of the Cal 20 together with Quantum's iQ technology™, we have created the next generation of Cal 20 shapes. To order sails or learn more about what we can do for you, please contact one of the class experts.
The Quantum SH-2 Main is designed to work well over a wide range of wind speeds and the accompanying sea states. The leech twists off for acceleration in light airs, and the fabric is oriented to maximize power in the mid-range. When the breeze really comes up, you can sheet hard and flatten the whole sail.
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.
Our V-4 Jib design is our all-purpose jib and is smooth and fast. It features a higher clew for more overlap resulting in increased power. The open leech allows the sail to be sheeted tighter without stalling for a great high mode when desired. Sail comes standard with: tapered epoxy battens, roll bag, telltales, windows and premium Contender Sailcloth.
George grew up in San Diego racing Stars, Lasers and Snipes. As a kid, he made sails for his model boats before eventually taking a part-time job with Quantum during high school and college. He came on full-time in 1993 as a sailmaker and designer.Using the latest computer design programs, George is able to create the fastest, most efficient sails for smaller One Design boats. This technology, combined with his intimate understanding of One Design sailing, allows him to create the most versatile sails available. The San Diego loft designs a variety of One Design sails, including Thistle and Lido 14, but their specialties are Olympic Class Star and Snipe boats.George is the 2009 Star World Champion, as well as an 21-time National/North American Champion. In addition to his sail-making abilities and wins, he is also an accomplished keelboat tactician and trimmer.
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