222: Carlton Goldthwaite // Broadreach Adventure Travel

9 Jan

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#222. Carlton Goldthwaite is the visionary founder & owner of Broadreach, a North Carolina-based company that offers offers skill-building and educational adventures worldwide, a company very close to my heart – my first official captain’s job was in 2008, as a Broadreach skipper based out of French St Martin and co-leading three-week sailing & diving trips around the Leeward Islands. Carlton & I spoke in-person at the Broadreach HQ in Raleigh about his seaside childhood on the coast of New Jersey, his vagabonding experiences as a young adult, his stint on Wall Street as a junk bond trader, and the origins and evolution of Broadreach itself. Check out Broadreach on gobroadreach.com

Show Notes:

Photos from Andy & Mia

Andy worked as staff for Broadreach the summer of 2008 & 2009, and on the winter programs in 2009 & 2010. Mia joined as staff the summer of 2009 and winter 2010.
















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