Goodbye office, I’m going to work on a sailboat!

The only requirement is to have an activity that can be done remotely and not suffer from a bad form of seasickness: whether you are an engineer, a creative person, a journalist, a graphic designer, an architect, a web designer, even a musician, know that you can do it by sailing around the world. Think how nice it is in the morning, before you get to your computer, to be able to dive into crystal waters and work all day with the smell of the sea in your nostrils. It is everyone’s dream.

The idea comes from Coboat, which proposes an innovative coworking concept: that is, aboard a Nautitech 82
(24.99 m x 9.14 m) that sails around the world (the 2019 season, the third, started in the Caribbean, currently the cat is in Martinique).

The start-up organizes groups of up to 12 people who, for a given amount of time, necessarily have to work in a small but well-structured space such as that offered by an 82-foot catamaran (houseboat par excellence). We know the advantages of coworking: continuous confrontation, contamination between different disciplines, more ideas, more creativity.

On-board power is derived from solar panels, wind generators and hydro generators
. The cat is propelled by a 15 kW Oceanvolt electric motor in an effort to minimize environmental impact.

Of course, you will find a reliable wifi network on the boat:
“Along the coasts,” reads the web, “we use a 3G/4G network. The technology provided by our partner CELLweaver can combine up to four 4G/3G connections into a single data stream with speeds up to 400 Mbit/s, thus ensuring excellent internet connectivity on board up to 10nm off the coast.Users can expect realistic average speeds of 40 MBits/s in 3G areas and 160 MBits/s or more where there is 4G.”




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