There have been a number of articles on this website with a theme of Carpe Diem, seizing the day to embark on your life’s adventure instead of putting it off for another time, and risk the possibility of never circling back to see it through. It’s such a prevalent excuse: the timing’s just not right. And it might be valid, but it also conveniently masks other excuses: fear of change, fear of the unknown.
The consequence is that you’re stuck with days that pass by while your unrealized passion sits preoccupying the back of your mind. It was the threat of never getting the chance to fulfill a dream of exploring the world in the vein of old-school explorers, via the great capes, that drove Dalton, then 23 years old and fresh out of college, to not mess around, and seize the day. After discussing his dreams of travel with a mentor who posed the question, “what are you waiting for?,” a question to which Dalton had no good answer, he immediately began researching and preparing for the adventure of his life.
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Third Nordhavn Group Slated to Cross Atlantic
The Nordhavn Atlantic Passage (NAP) departs mid-May from Florida bound for Gibraltar
In just four weeks, a group of Nordhavns will gather in Palm Beach, Florida, and travel together across the Atlantic by way of Bermuda and the Azores, bound for mainland Europe. Made up of six Nordhavns ranging in size from 47 to 60 feet, the Nordhavn Atlantic Passage (NAP) marks the third time a group of Nordhavns is making the trans-Atlantic passage.
See Nordhavns This Spring
Spring is a time for rebirth, perhaps renewing that goal to get yourself into a new or new-to-you Nordhavn. There are a number of opportunities to inspect a Nordhavn all over the world coming up over the next several weeks.