Technical data and sizes

Number of cells626262
Projected area (m2)19.721.422.9
Flat area (m2)23.525.527.3
Projected span (m)9.61010.4
Flat span (m)1212.613
Projected Aspect Ratio4.644.644.64
Flat aspect ratio6.26.26.2
Root Chord (m)2.432.532.62
Glider weight (kg)55.35.7
In-flight weight range (kg)70-9080-104100-120
Test reportstest report, stickertest report, stickertest report, sticker
Latest manual all sizesEN GEREN GEREN GER
Certification LTF/ENDCC


Upper surfaceNCV Skytex 38 Universal
Bottom surfaceNCV Skytex 38 Universal
ProfilesNCV 9017 – E29A
DiagonalsNCV 9017 – E29A
LoopsCOUSIN 608 10mm
Reinforcement loopsNCV F06391 – E45A
Internal construction
D-Ribs, H-Straps, Mini ribs
NCV 9017 – E29A
ThreadSerafil 40/2000, 60/2000
Upper cascadesA-8000-U-050, A-8000-U-070, ​A-8000-U-090
Middle cascadesA-8000-U-070, A-8000-U-130
MainA-8000-U-200, A-8000-U-230, A-8000-U-130
Brake linesDC-40, Dyneema 12110, Dyneema 12250
Main brakeCousin 200/1.5mm (Blue)
ThreadSerafil Amann 60/0415
Fabricwebbing cousin 3455-12mm
FabricGüth & Wolf Black 70 404/12,5mm Dyneema
Color indicatorCordura 200/200PU
ThreadSerafil Amann 20/4000, 20/1078
Brake SwivelFob ningbo – china 6mm
MaillonsInox Peguet Oval 3mm
Pulleys4 Harken Carbo T18 18mm ball bearing pulley

Main features

  • High end EN/LTF-C glider, entry to competition world and big XC flights.
  • Good pitch stability and neutral balance in strong thermals for ease of piloting
  • Trim speed optimized for good climbing
  • Clean canopy with refined sail tensions
  • Direct handling with precise control
  • Internal construction like in two liner gliders: “four cells diagonals”, (RLE) reinforced leading edge for clean and compact canopy
  • Three liner concept, with considerable line reduction (LR) and materials for reduced drag and better gliding performance. Uncovered UV protected coating lines, A8000-U series Edelrid. Span wise lines optimization in two main rows.
  • BPI – back position intake technology for spin and stall resistance and good stability at accelerated flight.
  • Reinforced leading edge (RLE), Smooth trailing edger reinforcements (STE) together with (BPI) for greater stability and good gliding performance on wide speed range.
  • Completely new profile developed out of currently experimental King glider. Hybrid between two and three liner profiles, together with back position intake (BPI).
  • Low induced drag wing tip (LDW), optimized washout with two additional floating cells. Additional wing tip line reduction and airflow aligned panels.
  • Full span distributed panels orientation streamlined to airflow direction
  • Improved 3d shaping (ballooning) on the leading edge
  • Good top speed
  • Easy launch control
  • EN-C, LTF-C

Package includes

  • Glider QUEEN
  • Backpack
  • Inner bag
  • Glider strap
  • Triple Seven T-shirt
  • USB key with manual
  • Repair stickers

Queen News and competition results

Queen 2 ML certified

7. June, 2018

GREAT news; our Queen 2 has passed certification in the ML size, and the wings are ready for ordering immediately. If you’re waiting to demo one with your local dealer, please be sure to remind them that the wings are now being shipped to their new owners all across the World, and that if they

Our hero, on the Cloudbase Mayhem

22. February, 2018

As you may have heard, Triple Seven team pilot Marko Hrgetic made quite a splash at the recent Monarca open in Valle de Bravo, Mexico. Marko beat most of the 2-liner CCC wings by coming third Overall in the event – on his new Queen 2 EN C glider. Now we all know that Marko

The Queen 2 – First triumph

23. January, 2018

Marko Hrgetic took a brand-new Queen 2 to Valle de Bravo in Mexico, to fly it in the 2018 Monarca Open. After 6 good tasks in a variety of conditions he ended up in 4th place Overall, smack in the middle of all the 2-liner hotships, and with very many of them behind him. We

Ziad Bassil and the Queen2 – The Verdict

16. January, 2018

Ziad has been working night-and-day to get his Queen 2 MS review ready, knowing that lots of people have been waiting for his verdict. And rather than trying to tell ya’ll what he found, here’s the full text from his own review blog, courtesy of Ziad himself. If you were hoping he’d hate it so that you could strike it off your own shortlist you will be VERY disappointed!