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Quantum Sails Ireland - Five Great Reasons to Purchase Your Sails Now for the 2022 Season

16th February 2022

With Spring nearly upon us, many owners are planning for the season, sorting the bits needing to be sorted, winding up the crew, and planning the events that they will be doing.

2022 will be a big year with both the Round Ireland Race and the Cork Week Tricentenary Regatta being the likely two highlights.

However, Wave Regatta in early June, Bangor Town Regatta in later June, Calves week in August are also all big events.

So why should you buy some new sails and order them now?

Here are five great reasons to order your Quantum race and cruising sails soon.

1. We are coming close to the busiest time of the year for the production of sails, and delivery times, normally 8 weeks extends to 10/12 weeks in April and May. Now is the time to order to guarantee your sails for the start of the season.

2. Join the sailmaker that is expanding its business hugely, with new Quantum race sails ordered for a new Cape 31, a J122e, Two J 109’s, A Sunfast 3600, a J122, a Grand Soleil 44 (Samatom), a Grand Soleil 37, a top Half Tonner and many others. Join the new wave in Ireland - Quantum Sails.

3. Pricing levels on sails are increasing monthly, as are pricing levels on other products that rely on Delivery chains and high tech materials. Guarantee your Pricing by ordering now.

In the Galway Quantum Loft a J122 Fusion M7 J1 Headsail is inspected before heading off to the new owner of the J/122 Kaya in CorkIn the Galway Quantum Loft a J122 Fusion M7 J1 Headsail is inspected before heading off to the new owner of the J/122 Kaya in Cork

4. Utilise the expertise of Olympian Mark Mansfield for setting up your rig and sails, and also top offshore sailor, Yannick Lemonnier, for assistance with your cruising and offshore racing inventories.

5. Quantum Sails Ireland have a full-size Loft in Galway to provide service, adjustments, sail measuring and other requirements that might be needed, for boats up to 50-foot. See if other sailmakers in Ireland can provide this. Many can't.

 

Join the new Wave—Get a quote from Quantum Sails Ireland. Contact details below.

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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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