On Coboat, you’re never working entirely alone. The daily challenges of nomadic life and work can be tempered with support from a community of like-minded peers. Engage with others. Seek solutions or solitude at water’s edge. Join activities – onboard and
2008 Lagoon 500
Work, sail, explore on our 55 feet Lagoon Catamaran.
The salon on the Lagoon 500 is large and offers panoramic view. The main saloon,
located on the bridgedeck between the hulls, has a center table that is large enough to
seat 10 in comfort. A good-size galley to port boasts a large oven and grill, a refrigerator, and freezer, plus a
dishwasher and additional freezer and refrigerator space. The Lagoon 500 was designed by Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prevost, who have won a record number of awards for multiple-hulled boats (in 2004, boats they
designed won the four first places in the famous English Transatlantic race), and benefits
from the latest developments in naval architecture
- Length: 16.76m
- Type: Catamaran
- Fits 12 guests
- Private bathroom
Co-working helps steer you ahead. Unlimited opportunities onboard to interact with digital nomads from around the world. Cross-cultural experiences ashore – with locals in isolated communities. Prepare yourself for a voyage of first encounters.
Coboat is the ideal hub for startups. A perfect environment for unshackling conventional thinking and tackling a creative vision waiting to explode on the world’s stage. Coboat is custom-made for blue-sky thinking.
Coboat is not for workaholics! It’s where you come to improve your lifestyle and explore new environments. It’s about engaging with the community – on and offshore. It’s also about breathing fresh air, jumping into the water and reeling up your first fish.
Join the group. Learn the ropes. Jumpstart your latest project. Forge instant professional networks and lasting personal bonds. Daily opportunities to share your skills. Swap a coding session for website design. Write a page of copy in exchange for an intro to the finer points of UI.
Imagine discovering far-flung destinations and cultures. Interacting with remote communities. Learning about indigenous tribes from village chiefs who invite you to join a ritual ceremony. Do some good in return. Live your karma.