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Last weekend a group of Ocean Nomads jumped on board the classic Schooner Twister for an ocean adventure as part of the Fair Ferry initiative. What Fair Ferry, Twister, and Ocean Nomads have in common: we facilitate sailboat travel. The adventurous kind. One way trips. Exploring places along the way. Pure, simple and for a
We created Ocean Nomads to bring you together with equally passionate salty souls living and ready for ocean adventure and impact action. To create memorable days, not never ending to-do lists. They never end. Life does. What we are and act now we pass on to our children. So we better be good and do
My name is Suzanne. My nomadic life has one constant: the calling of the ocean. In, at or near the sea I’m the best version of myself. The ocean gives me play, energy, and life. As a user, I feel responsible to bring life back into the ocean. The Journey in short I didn’t
Pim! What’s your story? I’ve had the dream to travel longterm for many years. First I had to finish my studies and then work to fill up the adventure funds. At 28 years old I told my boss about my plans, he was jealous and wished me the best of luck. A little later I
Anna Lena Bruchmann I am passionate about sailing and sustainability. Sailing connects me to nature and become part of my life and lifestyle during the last 10 years. Anna! What’s your story? I moved and travelled around during the last years and stranded in Amsterdam a few years ago to combine city and sealife. Currently,
Meet Nicole Heidenreich – Yoga Teacher, Globe Trotter, Heart-Connector, Emotion Surfer and Systemic Coach
Nicole! What’s your story? Once upon a time, a girl was born on a farm in Austria… ok ok, I make it shorter 😉 My roots are indeed on a farm close to Vienna, yet through studying (business administration and then tourism destination management) I found my way to living in Bali, Indonesia. While I