Thursday, 2 July 2015


It is clear and obvious that I achieve more in summer than in winter.
In summer I can work longer in the evening due to the longer daylight.
In winter the progress is slowed down by low temperatures and darkness in the evenings.
Now that I've already worked more than 1,500 hours on the boat, I wanted to determine the difference between summer and winter times quantitatively.

It turns out:
  • From September to April I worked on average 23 hours per month.
  • From May to August I worked on average 46 hours per month.

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