Phil Sharp, sailor and engineer, has announced that his renewables work with OceansLab has yielded a hydrogen fuel cell prototype for powering marine vessels. His “HPM” Hydrogen Power Module went on display at the Maritime Transport Efficiency Conference in Geneva last week. Phil, who we’ve been following and supporting as an ocean racer since 2016, […]
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Speaking to Bruichladdich, Phil says: “It is really pleasing for the whole team, including our partners, to be rewarded with the Class 40 European Trophy
Sailors Phil Sharp and Pablo Santurde are Normandy Channel Race leaders as they round Tuskar Rock off Ireland. The NCR is the second event in the series…
The World Sailing Speed Record Council (“WSSRC”) has officially ratified a new Cowes to Dinard monohull world record for yachtsman Phil Sharp and his Class 40 ‘Imerys’.
Phil Sharp has established a new World Speed Sailing Monohull Record, single-handed across the English Channel from Cowes, Isle of Wight to Dinard, France
Offshore sailor Phil Sharp is to challenge an established sailing speed record for crossing the English Channel (ChannelRecord).
Sunday the 11th of September 2016 will see a record 30 Class 40 boats on the start line of the Normandy Channel Race ending in France.
Ted Heath memorably described ocean racing as being like standing under a cold shower tearing up £10 notes. What’s the appeal for yachtsman Phil Sharp? ‘I guess it’s the challenge of setting out into the middle of an ocean and taking on whatever nature throws at you. The satisfaction of travelling the globe powered by […]
TransatQSM – Day 6 – “I have just come off the helm after probably some of the most exhilarating sailing you could ever ask for.”
Phil Sharp provides a Transat update, Reporting from his Class40 yacht Imerys. He comments on a difficult 24 hours following problems with his spinnaker
The first race in his campaign is The Transat race, the legendary solo race across the Atlantic that will depart Monday 2nd May from Plymouth – New York
Tracking Phil Sharp in the Length Of Britain record attempt. You can currently track Phil’s progress to Falmouth and again as they attempt the End to End.
A small crew led by skipper Phil Sharp, who is one of Britain’s most successful offshore sailors, is chasing that Vendée Globe dream in 11 months time
Lets give them a cheer as they celebrate “crossing the equator” – Win a bottle of classic laddie.
Race to Azores Starts this Sunday. This Sunday a fleet of 19 Class 40 racing yachts will cross the Les Sables starting line in a race to Horta, a mythical port of the Azores Archipelago.
Phil Sharp is facing significant problems in The Transat bakerly as he tries to complete the single handed race across the Atlantic. His mainsail ripped this morning. This has happened to a few other skippers, but sadly for Phil the damage is at the top of the sail so he is unable to reef it […]