Marstrom 32


North Sails in Sweden has been involved in the Marstrom 32 from the early start, together with our top designers we have been closely developing the sail plan, sailchart and crossovers with North's Flow - Membrane™ design analysis software.

Anders Lewander is one of two Marstrom 32 Class Leaders. Anders' sailing knowledge & experience has come from dinghy, multihull and monohull yacht racing. Working as a professional sailor for various sailing teams and the Swedish National Sailing Team, Anders is also a sailmaker and part owner of the North Sails loft in Sweden.

His multihull experience includes winning the Archipelago Raid in F18s and racing Cheyenne-Playstation around the world. Anders often is asked to speak publicly about modern sailmaking and gives lectures, marketing, support and technical advice. Anders has skippered national team boats and has been a skipper and project manager in the Australian 18ft Skiff Grand Prix class. During this time, Anders was also responsible for sail development for the new Olympic Class 49er and he was skipper on Ericsson 3 during the 2008-09 Volvo Ocean Race. Anders can be reached at anders.lewander@northsails.com

A native of Sydney, Australia, Jeremy Wilmot is also a Marstrom 32 class leader. Jeremy has won many national championship titles as a junior sailor. In 2007, Jeremy was selected for Roy Disney’s feature sailing film project –Morning Light and was later was selected by his peers on the team to skipper the TP 52 for the 2007 Transpacific Yacht Race from Los Angeles to Honolulu, HI.  Since then, Jeremy has been invited to race as tactician onboard many one-design boats and was part of the 2009 Melges 32 World Championship winning team Bliksem and the 2011 Melges 24 National winning team New England Ropes.

“I think many sailors aspire to race in the America’s Cup or in the Volvo Ocean Race or maybe win a Gold Medal. Right now, I just want to keep pushing myself to progress in the sport and reach new limits,” Wilmot said. “I know what it’s like to be a client of North Sails so I can identify with my customers and educate them on how to make their boat go fast. By working for North Sails, I am adding to my knowledge and passion for sails, design, manufacturing and being on the inside of all production to keep my clients in touch with everything that goes into helping them win on the race course. Jeremy can be reached at: jeremy.wilmot@northsails.com.

For more information on the Marstrom 32 class, visit: www.marstrom.com