Ocean Hiker Mile building

Mile Building and Passage Making

sailing mile building in Thailand

After doing a lot of training and courses learning about sailing and boat handling every newborn sailor is itching to get on a longer real passage from A to B. These passages need a bit more preparation and skill than for day sailing or coastal cruising. So here you will find our passages available for you to join in to get the real feel and build up miles under your belt.

Mile building

Mile building is considered as collecting experience abort a vessel at sea. Between sailors we express our experience level not only with our certificates but in miles we have covered and logged in our logbook. These miles will be of value when i.e. signing up for a higher level sailing course like yacht master or even applying for a maritime job. So every sailor is supposed to run his or her own Logbook to have some proof of their sailing activities.

Mile building – Thailand – Cambodia- Thailand

This mile building passage is only possible during October and November because of the prevailing Winds during this time of the year. Find more about Thailand Cambodia here.

Mile building – Thailand – Malaysia – Singapore – Malaysia – Thailand

This mile building passage is planned to start in November to arrive in December in Koh Lipe. The return passage will be beginning of May from Koh Lipe back to Koh Tao. You can join in for the whole journey or just for some legs ofit. Find more about Thailand – Malaysia – Singapore – Malaysia – Thailand here.

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