I’m Nate Niehuus, and this is The Nomad Trip. I’m stoked you’re here. A few years ago, I escaped the rat race to live a simple, sustainable life on the ocean. Now I’m in San Blas and am offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences onboard one of the best-equipped Lagoon 380’s in the world. Learn more about booking a charter by clicking here.
Below you’ll find my latest blog posts, which vary in subject. Take a look-see and let me know what you think in the comments.
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“To profit from good advice requires more wisdom than to give it.” – Wilson Mizner So, I made a post the other day outlining a plan to operate as paid crew aboard someone else’s boat, in order to gain a bit of experience. Afterall, a circumnavigation certainly isn’t a small goal, and with very […]
“I wish to have no connection with any ship that does not sail fast; for I intend to go in harm’s way.” – John Paul Jones While I really don’t plan on intentionally putting myself in harm’s way, I am planning to encounter rough patches and stormy seas. And to that end, I need to work […]
The mind is everything. What you think you become. – Budda I don’t think words exist that are any more true, in any text. I’ve begun to really try to prepare myself for the circumnavigation, mentally. And what I’m finding is resistance – not just from others – but from myself. Rather than beginning to […]
First – a quick apology about the tardiness of this particular post, I’ve been fighting with my Mac and my external hard drive for a couple of weeks and things still aren’t back on track. You may also find it a bit philosophical/introspective, but I’ll let you be the judge. So, with that said – here’s […]