When Josh and Natasha Tofield quit working to focus full-time on cruising aboard their Nordhavn 40, they didn’t know it would lead to a late-life windfall. They fell in love exploring Alaska and decided to move up to a Nordhavn 52 for the additional space and creature comforts that would allow them to dedicate most months of the year studying wildlife and discovering the area. Now they share their passion with others as seminar presenters and by offering a boat skills and Alaska adventure charter aboard “Samba”. As the old saying goes, find out what you love to do and get paid for doing it.
Travel Around the World and Back in Time
The incredible 1848 Grand Panorama of a Whaling Voyage ‘Round the World is longer than the Empire State Building is tall. This summer, be among the first in this generation to see the Panorama in its entirety at the Kilburn Mill in New Bedford, and experience it as a moving picture show at the New Bedford Whaling Museum. www.whalingmuseum.org.