|FROM Date/Time||TO Date/Time|
|Country||TimeZone||FROM Date/Time||TO Date/Time|
|My Local Time||2020-01-23 12:34||2020-01-23 12:34|
|USA||(Pacific Coast)||PST||2020-01-23 12:34||2020-01-23 12:34|
|(East Coast)||EST||2020-01-23 12:34||2020-01-23 12:34|
|UTC||UTC||2020-01-23 12:34||2020-01-23 12:34|
|United Kingdom||GMT||2020-01-23 12:34||2020-01-23 12:34|
|Australia||AEST||2020-01-23 12:34||2020-01-23 12:34|
|New Zealand||NZST||2020-01-23 12:34||2020-01-23 12:34|
|* Daylight Savings Time|
Here are the dates and times, on the Sea of Thieves, corresponding to the real-world times above:
|FROM||TO||In-Game Elapsed Time|
|1st of Month||10:00||2nd of Month||12:00||10 days, 6 hours|
SOT (Standard Ocean Time) runs 60 times faster than time in the real world. Thus, each second in the real world is one minute in the game; and each minute in the real world is one hour in the game. Consequently, there are sixty game days (each lasting 24 real world minutes) in a real world 24 hours. These sixty days are split into two months of 30 days each. Rare do not name these months, so I have named the first Oddtober and the second Evember.
Oddtober starts at real-world 00:00 (midnight) UTC (Universal Coordinated Time), also known as GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) or, in military circles, Zulu Time. Thus, it is the First of Oddtober from 00:00 to 00:24 UTC. It is the Second of Oddtober from 00:24 to 00:48 UTC, and so on. Evember starts at 12:00 (noon) UTC, and ends with the Thirtieth of Evember running from 23:36 to midnight.
It should also be noted that SOT is the same on every server. There is never any benefit in server-hopping to find a better time of day.