My schedule was different. In many ways, it was as if I were sailing solo. I slept in increments of 20-30 minutes or sometimes for an hour around the clock, for a total of about four to six hours per day. That way, I was able to interact directly with all of the crewmembers at some point each day.
Whenever I heard something that didn’t sound right, such as when the boat suddenly slowed down, I would leave my hammock.