The Nomad 2

Hey there, glad you found me! I’m Nate and this is The Nomad Trippull up a chair.  This is where you can book an experience with us or find out more about us on the blog. 

For a short time, we are offering customizable and fully crewed charters onboard NOMAD!

The Nomad Trip

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.

Cheers, and if you like what you’ve read, share it!

-Nate

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The Black Grouper Hunt

At this point we had some epic sailing. Some epic diving. Remote spots. Not-so-easy boat maintenance. New friends. Full freezers. Great beach parties. And an epic success (thanks Jaco) in targeting and acquiring a specific and sizeable species. A personal best and trophy Cubera Snapper. And everyone rejoiced with us and enjoyed the fresh fish. […]

The angel NOMAD

Spearfishing Cubera Snapper

It was nearing the end of our adventures in Jardin De La Reyna. We needed to get back to Cienfuegos to renew visas. We were anxious to visit Havana, and we’d been remote for long enough that people were likely starting to worry about us. So much had already happened. There was the time that […]

Cayo Cuervo, Cuba

Sailing Cuba’s South Coast

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 […]

Jardin De La Reyna

Jardin De La Reyna

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. […]