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Quantum Sails - Seasonal Sale Now On!

4th August 2022
Samatom, Grand Soleil 44 with New Quantum M7 fusion Carbon Main. Also spinnaker Staysail. Samatom has won the IRC ICRA coastal Nationals at Cork Week and was second in class in the 2022 Round Ireland Race Credit: Afloat

Now is the time to purchase your new sails for Autumn and for next season.

Mark Mansfield, Quantum agent in Ireland, explains—"At this time of the year, the production facilities are at their quietest, so they can arrange discounts to increase production levels, which we can, in turn, pass on to our clients".

Pricing will only get higher in the months ahead with weekly price increases coming in from Sailcloth manufacturers, transport companies and others”, Mansfield says.

Quantum sails, TP 52—Winner of TP52 Worlds 2022Quantum Sails, TP 52—Winner of TP52 Worlds 2022

Availing of the discounts now and the lower base pricing makes a lot of sense, whether you are getting ready for a heavy 2023 regatta programme or some extensive cruising.

2022 has been a very good year for Quantum Ireland. Apart from numerous cruising boats that have opted for the quality and value of our sails, we also have had considerable numbers of top race boats in Ireland choosing Quantum to fulfil some or all of their performance sail requirements. Top race boats have gone to Quantum this year, such as Samatom—Grand Soleil 44, Aja—Cape 31(full suit), Something else-J/109, Indian- J 109, Artful Dodger- J 109, Jelly Baby- J122, Miss Whiplash—Half tonner, Ghost Raider—half tonner, Rockabill 1V—JPK 10.80, Hot Cookie- Sunfast 3600, and others.

AJA- Cape 31 from Howth, with a full suit of Quantum sails, finishing on the Cork week podium in her first regatta—M7 Fusion Main and superkote spinnakerAJA- Cape 31 from Howth, with a full suit of Quantum sails, finishing on the Cork week podium in her first regatta—M7 Fusion Main and superkote spinnaker Photo: Afloat

There is a reason these top race boats are choosing Quantum-- Quality, top design, personal service and competitive pricing. Don’t get left behind. Look for a quote now while our seasonal discounts are available.

For quotes or other information, contact Mark Mansfield-Quantum sails Ireland,

Mark Mansfield: [email protected] Tel 087 2506838 or Yannick Lemonnier: [email protected] Tel: 087 628 9854

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Quantum Ireland is very happy to discuss individual requirements with owners.

We offer a full-service loft at Oranmore in County Galway to look after all our new and existing clients.

Please contact us for advice and quotes

Mark Mansfield: [email protected] Tel  087 2506838

Yannick Lemonnier: [email protected] Tel: 087 628 9854

About Quantum Sails & West Sails Ireland 

The sail loft is owned and managed by Yannick Lemonnier, a former professional sailor. Opened since Jan 2011, West Sails joined forces with Quantum Sails in 2013.

Prior to coming to Ireland, Yannick worked in La Rochelle with a leading French sailmaker and he is trained in the most modern high tech CAD-based systems and software. Yannick understands sail design and has the experience and expertise to advise you on all of your needs.

In 2020, Irish Olympic helmsman, professional sailor and coach Mark Mansfield joined the loft as a sales agent.

Website: Quantum Sails and FaceBook page

 

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Four-time Olympian Mark Mansfield is a Professional Sailor. He is Irish Agent for Key Yachting Ltd, the sole U.K. and Irish agent for J Boats, Grand Soleil, Nautitech Catamarans and the Tofinou range of boats. More on Mark here

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