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Embark on the Digital Nomad Coboat Adventure
Ever dreamt of setting sail and traveling the World by boat? ...even if have no navigation skills, whatsoever?
You can now do just that by combining it with a co-working experience involving other travel bloggers and digital nomads!
Coboat gives the tremendous opportunity to avid travelers and digital nomad professionals to sail the oceans and seats while co-working aboard a stunning catamaran.
Coboat functions as a sailing "idea incubator", which allows digital nomads aboard it to brainstorm, share ideas and work together on digital projects.
Source: © Coboat.org
Some might have their epiphany of a lifetime aboard the wind-powered catamaran...
This boat typically sails on previously set routes (which natuarlly change from time to time... either the South China Sea, the Mediterranean or other exciting parts of our blue planet).
Plus, they also organize trips when you'll be "stuck" with a number of nomads aboard for 100 days... plenty of time to get used to the waves and work on your projects.
The Coboat catamaran will sail around the world, across some of the most beautiful blue seas and oceans, anchoring at the legendary Maldives, temperamental Caribbean Islands or other exotic places...
Source: © Coboat.org
A trip aboard the Coboat catamaran can be your experience of a lifetime... so if you're a digital traveler, what are you waiting for?
Inspiration can suddenly slap you when bouncing on ocean waves... or battling seasickness!
You could find solutions for the problems you've been ruminating about for years... beause of the peaceful remote location...
But this "luxury" doesn't come for free... typically you'dllhave to pay somewhere around 1,000-1,200 USD for a one week trip, a month will cost you around 4,000 $ and for a year-long sailing trip you'll have to pay around 50,000 USD.
Inhabitat.com presents life aboard Coboat - the activities and the boat iself.
They write about onboard internet and the three meals per day that are included in the price and also about the boat's efficient energy use with the solar panels installed.
Another page, Treehugger.com's article digs even deeper, presenting the founders of Coboat (includes a video), the idea around the project...
Coboat is also on Mashable - which compares Coboat to WeWork and NextSpace and, also mentions a study, according to which by 2020, 40 % of of the US workforce will be freelancers. An interesting article by Mashable, worth reading!
Could an experience aboard this catamaran boost your business with new contacts and sources of inspiration?
Or, could this just be another exciting travel exprience that you'd like to try out?
You'll never know if you won't try!
About the Author:
Escape Hunter, the young solo traveler in his early 30's explores the World driven by curiosity, thirst for adventure, deep passion for beauty, love for freedom and diversity.
With a nuanced, even humorous approach to travel, an obsession for art and design, Escape Hunter prefers to travel slowly, in order to learn and "soak up" the local atmosphere...
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