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Whats Happening Today

Earlier this afternoon, Nordhavn 63 owner Carlos de la Cruz shot these pictures of his vessel, HA, at the bottom and at the top of the tallest locks in the U.S., the 110-foot-high locks of the John Day Dam on the Columbia River outside Portland, OR. HA has spent most of this year exploring the South Pacific but is now back in its original Pacific Northwest stomping grounds.

What Happened This week

5901 arrived in Dana Point right on schedule yesterday afternoon. She received a quick spruce, got her fuel tanks topped off, and departs this afternoon for Ensenada to commence the second leg of her journey which will mainly be spent on a container ship bound for Florida. The ship leaves on Friday and 5901 is scheduled to offload in Port Everglades by August 9.
More photos and video of the trip from Seattle to Dana Point will be posted soon.


2016 Postings

Nordhavn 68 Migration: Migration made its way up the Norwegian to reach the highest latitude ever achieved by a Nordhavn. The county of Svalbard, Norway is listed as having the fourth highest latitude on the globe. Several Nordhavns have reached extreme latitudes, but Migration’s visit to Svalbard eclipsed the previously most extreme visit by a Nordhavn, also achieved by Migration. Crew member and marine specialist Steve D’Antonio was onboard and real-time blogging about all the excitement and challenges faced by Migration and her team during their monumental trip. Read More

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Nordhavn 5609: The owner of a Nordhavn 56 Motorsailer became the first person ever to single-hand a Nordhavn across an ocean. Thierry Vestraete departed Newport, RI June 30, embarking on a solo mission to bring his boat Deo Juvante across the Atlantic to Europe. The trip took about a month and he kept the public updated with quick hitter updates during his history-making expedition. Read More

To learn more about Deo Juvante’s trip, click here

N2AK: On July 7, 2016 more than 30 Nordhavns began moving to Petersburg, Alaska marina, kicking off what is the largest group of Nordhavns ever assembled at one time. Nordhavns To Alaska or N2AK is the brand’s biggest rendezvous ever with owners of 32 Nordhavns that arrived by boat, and several more that arrived without boats. We captured the festivities with updates and photos. Read More