Jeosung Sailing Routes

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This article provides distances between major ports around Jeosung. While enough persuasion, money, or simply the ownership of a vessel can bring adventurers from any point on the continent to any destination, the following sailing routes are the most common ones.

BASE TRAVELING SPEED PER DAY
* Sailing Ship: 48 Miles (77 Km); sailed
* Warship: 60 Miles (96.5 Km); sailed and rowed

Note on Sailing into Haenamguk: All travelers entering Haenamguk must obtain a travel pass from the Visitors Bureau in Sejong, or at the bureau’s branch office in Haemasijang. However, the travel pass delivered in Haemasijang only grants a few days stay, so for anyone who wants to stay for a longer period, they must stop by Sejong before heading anywhere else within the realm.

Oceans/Seas are organized from West to East, and Starting Point/Destination by alphabetical order.

– Seohaebada

  • Gwayang (Mudangguk) ←→ Inju (Mudangguk): 291 Mi (468 Km)
  • Hamheung (Mudangguk) ←→ Yonggu (Haenamguk): 187 Mi (301 Km); Smuggling Route
  • Inju (Mudangguk) ←→ Yonggu (Haenamguk): 159 Mi (256 Km); Smuggling Route
  • Saenam (Mudangguk) ←→ Gwayang (Mudangguk): 330 Mi (531 Km)
  • Saenam (Mudangguk) ←→ Inju (Mudangguk): 114 Mi (183 Km)
  • Saenam (Mudangguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 137 Mi (220 Km)
  • Yonggu (Mudangguk) ←→ Gwayang (Mudangguk): 150 Mi (241 Km)
  • Yonggu (Mudangguk) ←→ Inju (Mudangguk): 397 Mi (639 Km)
  • Yonggu (Mudangguk) ←→ Saenam (Mudangguk): 435 Mi (700 Km)
  • Yonggu (Mudangguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 510 Mi (821 Km)

– Inner Sea

  • Hwando (Mudangguk) ←→ Haemasijang (Haenamguk): 142 Mi (228 Km)
  • Hwando (Mudangguk) ←→ Huju (Daewanguk): 144 Mi (232 Km)
  • Hwando (Mudangguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 153 Mi (246 Km)
  • Hwando (Mudangguk) ←→ Tanchön (Daewanguk): 173 Mi (278 Km)
  • Huju (Daewanguk) ←→ Eastend (Haenamguk): 175 Mi (282 Km); Smuggling Route
  • Huju (Daewanguk) ←→ Haemasijang (Haenamguk): 180 Mi (290 Km)
  • Huju (Daewanguk) ←→ Saro (Daewanguk): 174 Mi (280 Km)
  • Huju (Daewanguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 248 Mi (399 Km)
  • Saenam (Mudangguk) ←→ Haemasijang (Haenamguk): 116 Mi (187 Km)
  • Saenam (Mudangguk) ←→ Huju (Daewanguk): 252 Mi (405 Km)
  • Saenam (Mudangguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 135 Mi (217 Km)
  • Saenam (Mudangguk) ←→ Tanchön (Daewanguk): 345 Mi (555 Km)
  • Saro (Daewanguk) ←→ Haemasijang (Haenamguk): 110 Mi (177 Km)
  • Saro (Daewanguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 178 Mi (286 Km)
  • Tanchön (Daewanguk) ←→ Haemasijang (Haenamguk): 270 Mi (434 Km)
  • Tanchön (Daewanguk) ←→ Huju (Daewanguk): 204 Mi (328 Km)
  • Tanchön (Daewanguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 335 Mi (539 Km)
  • Wangongseong (Mudangguk) ←→ Haemasijang (Haenamguk): 256 Mi (412 Km)
  • Wangongseong (Mudangguk) ←→ Hwando (Mudangguk): 103 Mi (166 Km)
  • Wangongseong (Mudangguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 264 Mi (425 Km)
  • Wangongseong (Mudangguk) ←→ Tanchön(Daewanguk): 112 Mi (180 Km); Dangerous Route

– Dongaebada

  • Gomnaru (Daewanguk) ←→ Saro (Daewanguk): 307 Mi (494 Km)
  • Gomnaru (Daewanguk) ←→ Sejong (Haenamguk): 414 Mi (666 Km)

2 replies on “Jeosung Sailing Routes”

    • Thank you Andrew. I wish I had found the time to publish more content but at the very least, I’m very happy to have content still coming out and being read.

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