I’m Nate Niehuus, and this is The Nomad Trip. I’m stoked you’re here. I built this site to share my experiences as I plan for and then leave for the sailing circumnavigation: The Nomad Trip. My goals are to escape the rat race and live a simple, sustainable life on the ocean. Along the way, I plan to visit the most beautiful and remote spots on the planet and share the experience through this site. Freediving, traveling, and spearfishing are my passions. If you want to know more about me, or The Nomad Trip, check my About page by clicking here. And I can give you 7 reasons to stay in touch here.
I write a little about sailing, a little about spearfishing, and a little about freediving. Through The Nomad Trip I hope to be able to share some of the places I go, the people I meet, the landscapes I see, the cruising lifestyle – and the underwater life that I find along the way. This is a work of passion – so bear with me and I’ll update as often as possible. I can honestly say that the learning curve is the steepest I’ve ever encountered.
I hope you stay in touch as I work to piece this trip together. It definitely won’t be boring. It definitely will be challenging. I’m always on the lookout for crew, specifically if you’re a freediver/spearfisherman, a cook, or a mechanic. Sailing chops are obviously a plus too. If you happen to be involved with a brand that you think would be interested in sponsoring me, again shoot me an email.
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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Hey there, glad you’re still around. The connectivity here is causing major problems. With that said, Cuba is now much more connected than it’s ever been. And as that connection increases, the culture will fade – so what is a struggle is the very thing that keeps Cuban culture alive. For me, that’s fine. But […]
So. We were in a remote anchorage along the Southern Cuban coast – somewhere in the Jardin De La Reyna. NOMAD and Songerie were the only two boats in sight. NOMAD had only a few inches of water under her keels, and we had a ton of chain out – so we were completely secure. […]
Sorry for the delay in posts. I was sailing through a remote part of the South Cuban coastline. Can’t tell you where because the fishing was too good. But I will, eventually, share some pictures. It might be paradise. One more thing: I’m taking a step backwards on the Cuban coffee. It’s good. But I […]
This post was made in Cuba. As is an ever-increasing amount of stuff onboard NOMAD. Coffee – what might be the best in the world (or at least that I’ve tried so far) is onboard, made in Cuba. A good, and reasonably priced aged rum is onboard, made in Cuba. And cigars. Good God. We […]