These are the statistics based on records kept during the voyage.
Taking noon to noon runs as a straight line, Laivina travelled 26,776.6 nautical miles in 268 days from Victoria BC to Victoria BC (subtracting the days spent at Santa Barbara re-building the auxiliary rudder).
The average days run was 99.9 nautical miles or 4.2 knots The longest days run was 181 nautical miles (7.54 knots) and the shortest days run was 19 nautical miles (not counting part days when leaving or entering ports and returning to "assist in a search")
I consumed 433 litres of fresh water over 276 days (1.56 litres per day).
I actually consumed more water as I cooked my meals and baked bread using a mixture of fresh and salt water
Points of Sail
The high percentage (42.3%) closed hauled is mostly made up from two pacific ocean transits, outward bound and homeward bound while making easting in the trades over three to four months.