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Quantum Key West 2015: January 18–23, 2015

Quantum Key West 2015

April 21, 2014 — For Immediate Release

2015 Key West Race Week Dates Confirmed — Fleet for annual midwinter classic already taking shape

Key West, Florida Keys — Classes and sailors from across the country and around the world already have Quantum Key West 2015 on the winter calendars. Boats ranging is size from 23 to 72 feet will compete in the waters off America's southernmost city during the 28th edition of Key West Race Week, scheduled for January 18-23.

"Quantum Sail Design Group and its backers recognize how important this international event is to sailing in North America," commented Ed Reynolds, Quantum President. "For nearly 3 decades Key West has kicked off racing here in the U.S. with a superb event that sets the standard for the entire year."

America loves a comeback story and the comeback class for 2015 is expected to be the Melges 24s. The iconic sportboat is on the move and South Florida will play a major role over the next two years as evidenced by the recent announcement about their 2016 World Championship at Quantum Key West. Read the complete release (pdf)


Photograph of boat racing at Quantum Key West 2014

• Congratulations to Quantum Sails Boat of the Week Helly Hansen

• Visit our photo galleries for the full week's action

• Check out Bill "Wags" Wagner's articles from the week and his interviews with skippers, tacticians and industry leaders

Check out this video coverage of the TP52 US Super Series and hear what the skippers have to say about the Quantum Key West 2014 event.



January 24, 2014

Eye on the TP52 Super Series

By Bill Wagner

For those who cannot be on the water at Quantum Key West 2014 — either as a competitor or spectator — one of the coolest ways to follow the action is through the Virtual Eye coverage being provide by the 52 Super Series. Continued here.

Quantum Key West 2014 video interviews are available:

Photo of Tim Healy Photo of Rob Ruhlman Photo of Peter O'Leary

Photo of Terry McKenna Photo of Bill Sweester Photo of Alan Terhune

All the 2014 interviews can be found here.


“You can sail a lot of places in the world but there are only a few spots that are really an experience. This is a fun town, and you can’t find a better combination than this. In the end, we’re still doing this for fun, and there’s something for everybody at Key West.” — Skipper of Daring, Swan 42

“To me, this is the premier event in North America. Of all the regattas we’ve won over the years, this one stands out because of the history and tradition. It means a lot to be able to say you won Key West.” — Skipper of Decision, Carkeek 40 Twitter link Facebook logo and link


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