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Old 02-11-2013, 05:30 AM   #21
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Moonstruck,
We plan on cruising up the East Coast sometime in the future, most likely after spending some time in the Caribbean. A few years away yet, but it's a dream of mine to travel the ICW, & later on transit past the Statue of Liberty. We may have a Blog organized by then, but we may continue to post here too.
Hope to see you on the Right Coast!

Sailor of Fortune, Portuguese, Steve, Bfloyd4445, & Healhustler
Many thanks for the warm welcome.

Northern Spy,
We'll be in & around the 'Strait for the next 6 months. We'll look out for ya - there'll be a cool one waiting for you.
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:25 AM   #22
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Just a Hi 5 from a nieghbor ( kinda ) moored on the Fraser River. If you see an old fishboat prowling by that 62 good chance its me being a dreamer. Love that plan.
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:50 AM   #23
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Hey Invader No. 1
You're just a stone's throw away...
...Same goes to you buddy, if you see us with the hook down, please feel free to dinghy over and say hello. Chances are, I'll have a bottle of Red, or a few beers 'a chillin' and you're most welcome to join us.
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Old 02-11-2013, 12:04 PM   #24
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Welcome to TF. Very nice boat you have there and it's capable of going anywhere your hearts take you.

On your way south along the coast, consider a trip up the Columbia to where it joins the Snake. Some pretty country up here.
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Old 02-11-2013, 12:07 PM   #25
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My scandahoovian heritage makes me all giddy around aft pilothouse boats. Great boat, great dream. Welcome! ..........
Me too. You own my dream boat. Congrats.
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Nothing to add, just drooling over the picture of that N62. My dream boat for sure. Welcome, and ENJOY!
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Old 02-13-2013, 04:21 AM   #27
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Thanks Guys
I attached a couple more photo's
(I'm quite proud of the boat )

*she's Canadian Registered now.

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Thanks Guys
I attached a couple more photo's
(I'm quite proud of the boat )

*she's Canadian Registered now.

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Andy, you have a right to be proud she is a beauty
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Old 02-13-2013, 12:51 PM   #30
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Hello Trawler Forum,
This is my first post here, and just wanted to say 'Hi!'
My wife and I have recently purchased a Nordhavn 62, and we'll start distance travelling perhaps Fall, 2013.

Looking forward to listening & learning in anything the forum can provide.
Thank you for the opportunity to be here...

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There were a couple of NH 47's we kept bumping into in the Pacific. Plus we met a NH 42 called Egret that was sailing around the world- last I knew he was in Argentina. You have a great boat for what you are doing- as I'm sure you know! Best wishes in whatever you do.

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Old 01-30-2014, 05:37 AM   #31
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updated website (blog)

Hi Guys:
I have just updated our Blog/website;
for all you N62 affectionado's like myself.

go to: Infinity | Documenting our Voyages

We are 3600 miles into a very lazy circumnavigation. Departed Vancouver, BC October 15th, 2013, currently Lying Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
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Old 07-19-2014, 08:03 PM   #32
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Nordhavn owner 'interview'

Hi Guys / Gals

Last week, we took part in an 'Interview', which some Nordhavn or Trawler types might find useful to accompany a morning coffee,,,

Guest Interviews | WWW.PENDANABLOG.COM


It's just for fun, and was done by James - the owner of Pendana, another N62 owner.
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Old 08-09-2015, 10:16 AM   #33
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It's been awhile since I last posted to the Forum, so I thought an update may be in order. Since May, 2015, Julie and I have been busy with guests joining us here, in Hawaii, and we've been inter-island cruising KAUAI, and the Big Island. Of course I've also had to go back to work in between all this.

We were fortunate to be asked to take part in a Podcast interview in June, URL's are provided below.


2015/Jun/21: KEEP-YOUR-DAYDREAM Podcast
iTunes: www.KeepYourDaydream.com/itunes
Website: Crossing the Pacific on a Nordhavn 62


I intend to update our blog with the visits around the Hawaiian islands, sometime this month, and I'll post that up here when it's done. Last bit of news, Jay & I have decided to stay put for another 6 months in Hawaii. We just love it. It feels like home, and we don't want to leave! But we ain't getting any younger so we've rescheduled our departure from Hawaii for March 31st, 2016, bound for New Zealand, (via the South Pacific Islands). ETA NZ - October, 2016.

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Old 01-30-2016, 02:48 PM   #34
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I was just looking at your blog and wanted to say thanks for the great blog. I was showing it to my wife recently of an example of following your boating dreams.

She just recently began to talk about upgrading our boating goals from our Tollycraft here in North Vancouver. Are you intending to keep your 62 when you return to North Vancouver, or are you going to downsize to a coastal cruiser? (Just wondering if a Nordhavn would be too focused for the more coastal cruising set, though I do have larger dreams) It is too bad we are going to the wrong part of Hawaii at the end of March 2016 or I would be the dreamy guy ogling your boat from the shore. I will keep my eyes open to seen if I can see a 62 steaming out towards New Zealand.

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Old 06-09-2017, 07:09 PM   #35
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Hi Victor,

First of all, please accept my most humblest apologies for not getting back to your reply sooner,,, it's been like 17 months!! Where-oh-where-does-the-time-go? And thank you for the kind words regarding our Blog. Our latest update (FIJI) has now been posted (finally) and can been seen here.

Well, we made New Zealand as planned, after spending 8 months cruising around the South Pacific islands. We like that region so much that once we have completed our maintenance period (during the NZ winter season) we'll be heading strait back out to FIJI, or Vanuatu, the New Caledonia, or the Soloman's,,, well, we shall see. We just know that our time here is not yet complete.

With reference to bringing INFINITY back to North Vancouver when we are finishing cruising, Yes - that is certainly the plan as I see it now. The N62 is perfectly suited to coastal cruising as well as crossing oceans. A few other boats have caught my attention for sure -- I love all boats -- (in fact I'm an apprentice Yacht Salesman/Broker). I could imagine myself cruising up-&-down the west coast in something like the Nordic Tug, or blasting around in a twin engined Axopar.

Thanks for your post here Victor.
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Old 06-12-2017, 04:34 PM   #36
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Nemier,

No worries. Always better to be out living the dream rather than sitting on the internet talking about the dream.
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