© 2019 by Chris Clark of Anarchy Sailing 

 email:  skipper@anarchysailing.co.uk

Mile Builders

Sailing Adventures

  • Cowes UK to Gibraltar

  • Gibraltar to Malta

  • Malta to Gibraltar

  • Gibraltar to the Canaries

For those of you who want to crank up the miles and those who just seek adventure.

We will be heading south late September chasing the sun.

Departing from Cowes we will head around the Brest Peninsular following the French coast around the Bay of Biscay before rounding northern Spain and down along past Portugal before we arrive at Gibraltar.

Then we lay up for a few days as we swap crews and head east into the Mediterranean for Malta.

The third leg is a week later from Malta to Gibraltar, with the final leg south to Las Palmas and the Canary Islands.

You can do as many legs as you like although no accommodation is available onboard in Malta.

The trip is designed to increase your sea miles and provide an invaluable experience as you gain new skills & knowledge while enjoying one hell of an adventure.

There are no planned stops on route but if we are making good progress then stop we shall. Stretch those sea legs and freshen up ashore.

Estimated journey time for Cowes to Gibraltar is 12-14 days, Gib to Malta 10-12 days, Malta to Gib 10-12 days,

Gib to the Canary Islands 6 days 


  • Cowes UK to Gibraltar.          £625

  • Gibraltar to Malta.                  £525

  • Malta to Gibraltar.                  £525

  • Gibraltar to the Canaries.     £400


Email skipper@anarchysailing.co.uk


Leave Cowes 19th September 2019

                                                          ETA Gibraltar 2nd October 2019


Leave Gibraltar 5th October 2019

                                                          ETA Malta 15th October 2019


Leave Malta 26th October 2019

                                                          ETA Gibraltar 4th November 2019

Leave Gibraltar 12th November

                                                          ETA Canaries 17th November 2019

“We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch, we are going back from whence we came."


- JF Kennedy