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We are in Pirate Beta mode!

In Coboat by Karsten Knorr / May 31, 2016 / 2 Comments

Coboat has launched and will set sail from Greece in June 2016! Why Pirate Beta? Our own boat is this being refitted in Phuket but we could not wait to start sailing with you, so we chartered a beautiful 50 feet catamaran (a Lagoon 500 called Maranthounta) and put (almost) everything on it to make it a […]

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Wanted: Community Manager sailing from Greece in June

In Coboat, Jobs by Karsten Knorr / May 31, 2016 / 1 Comment

Community Captain on Coboat Coboat is a coworking space sailing around the world. A coworking space is about location (√), space, design (√) and community. This is where we need you: We are looking for a creative thinker with excellent organizational and people skills to join our crew of four (skipper, chef, deck-hand). You will become a permanent crew member engaging …

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Wanted: Chef on Coboat sailing from Greece in June

In Coboat, Jobs by Karsten Knorr / May 31, 2016 / No Comments

The Greatest Job on the Seven Seas Chef on Coboat Coboat is a coworking space sailing around the world. Hosting creative thinkers, freelancers and entrepreneurs (aka Digital Nomads) from around the world plus our crew of four (skipper, deckhand, community manager, chef) on our journey from Southeast Asia to the Mediterranean and across the Atlantic. The yacht is a 82 …

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Coboat: a year in

In Coboat by Karsten Knorr / May 25, 2016 / No Comments

Can you believe it’s already been a year since we went to Berlin’s DNX and started building our Community of supporters and friends? Since then so many of you have been visiting us, worked and sailed with us. Blessed to feel your support which keeps us going! Check out the Coboat Family aka The Coboaters here.   […]

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Coboat Becomes a Trash Hero

In Coboat by Karsten Knorr / May 24, 2016 / No Comments

A Trash Hero wastes as little as possible, reuses as much as possible, and works to preserve and improve the spaces they are in, wherever they may be.   We are so proud to be able to share the news of our collaboration with Trash Hero! The Trash Hero mission is to create sustainable, community-based projects that […]

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‘Crabby’ Days on the Seas and Beaches

In Coboat by Karsten Knorr / April 15, 2016 / No Comments

  We cannot sail the oceans and ignore the pollution that surrounds us. Ocean pollution is now one of the biggest threats facing our planet. So we are taking action using the power of the Coboat platform and community. Click the link to read about how we can contribute to the fight against ocean pollution.     Inspired […]

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Wanted: Operations Officer (Phuket, April-September)

In Jobs by Gerald / March 29, 2016 / No Comments

Operations Officer aka Operations Manager (onshore) #locationindependent #travelhacker #spreadsheetlover UPDATE: Job position not available anymore General requirements good organisational and administration skills familiar with collaboration tools (Google docs), spreadsheet savvy experience in customer service English in writing and speaking familiar with social media familiar with the travel destinations familiar with travel in general, airports, connections, hacks familiar with sailing (at …

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Stepping the Mast: Coboat prepares to go undercover

In Coboat by Karsten Knorr / March 14, 2016 / No Comments

Last week marked a major milestone in the boat build project and it has been epic! The mast and boom have been taken down (in boat speak this is called stepping the mast) and we are now entering the next phase having completed the build of the internal infrastructure. This means that the cabins, beds, bathrooms and storage structures are built. The extension […]

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Inspired by Coboat: From the Bay of Bengal to rural Austria

In Coboat by Tess Barber / March 10, 2016 / 1 Comment

“If you can build a boat, you can build a castle” The Coboat Delivery crossing from the Maldives to Thailand wasn’t quite plain sailing. I envisaged Heinz Grünwald, Uwe Allgäuer, Matthias Zeitler and their six other companions spending much of the 17 days and nights exploring ideas, chilling on the yacht’s nets with a few […]