Good evening, lads. This may probably be not a bug, but I found it to be quite amusing; I won't say I researched it thoroughly in the forums (mainly because I didn't know what terms to use), but couldn't find anything about it, except InternalSettings.h editing (more below). Basically, the "bug" consists of the following: when sailing by yourself (i.e., not using the World Map), I've noticed that for every hour (or two bells), one day passes! To be more clear, let's say I set sail the August 18th at 8:00. Now, I want to meet some totally-not-shady gentlemen in a near beach, one sails directly, no need of pesky maps. So, once we hit 9:00 on the clock, the Earth must rotate really fast, since apparently now it's August 19th! All of this happened with the latest Beta 4.1, plus fixes and etc, in Realistic mode. As I commented to Mr. Boelen, maybe it's an intended feature to make direct sailing more... difficult? The only other thing that I can think of, is that maybe I broke something while touching the InternalSettings.h and NK.c. I barely edited the TIMESCALARs (and by barely I mean from 10 to 2 in land, for example). Funnily enough, I didn't edit TIMESCALAR_SEA. I'll upload the files anyways if you want to check something out. I could also upload the .logs too, although I kept playing a little after I noticed this, so I'd have to do more sailing for it to show up.