Nomad Cruise started in October 2015 and back then we couldn’t believe how much this crazy idea would grow. We are proud to look back at magical trips, an ever-growing community and experiences none of us will ever forget.

Nomad Cruise III

Nomad Cruise III

Gran Canaria, Spain – Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

On our third trip, the smaller Horizon took us from the port of Las Palmas in Gran Canaria to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. On board, we had 155 Nomads and seven children. They came from 24 different countries and brought events about SEO, bitcoin, health, balance, productivity, web design and more to our conference. Will we downgraded on space, we upgraded the organization of our conference and could provid the highest-quality program so far.

Together we explored the volcanic land of Gran Canaria, the Caribbean islands of St. Martin, Antigua, St. Lucia, Barbados and eventually the Dominican Republic. After our arrival, over seventy of us celebrated Christmas and New Years in the small town of Cabarete, where many of our Nomads stayed for another month.

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Nomad Cruise II

Nomad Cruise II

Cartagena, Colombia – Lisbon, Portugal

After the great success of our first trip, it was only a logical next step to organize a second one. We returned to Europe on a journey from Cartagena in Colombia to the beautiful Portuguese capital of Lisbon. With a group of 190 Nomads of 35 different nationalities, Nomad Cruise II was our largest group so far. The Monarch gave us space for a plethora of talks, networking, a two-day hackathon and hours of sunbathing. In thought-provoking talks in our very own conference room and during the excursion to St. Martin our participants bonded and enjoyed the newly made friendships over weeks of traveling Europe together afterward.

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Nomad Cruise I

Nomad Cruise I

Gran Canaria, Spain – Salvador do Bahia, Brazil

In October 2015 we sailed with Nomad Cruise for the first time. 120 Nomads boarded the Sovereign, one of the largest ships of the Pullmantur fleet. We were nervous and excited and didn’t know, what to expect. Over the nine days on board, the dynamic of our group was overwhelming. With no stops on the itinerary, they self-organized a well-balanced program that got everybody engaged. Their incredible passion and will to share and connect, shaped this first and very rudimentary trip into a journey of a lifetime.

Many nomads reunited in Jericoacoa in Northern Brazil for Christmas and enjoyed the incredible experience of New Years Eve in Rio de Janeiro together. We are proud to see that many of those pioneer cruisers still meet up in nomad hotspot all over the world and to see how their collaborations blossomed into powerful companies.

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