A company is of offering a group of digital nomads the chance to move their office to the high seas – sailing around the world while they work.

Passengers’ access high-speed internet and work on personal projects while looking out on glorious blue waves.

The revolutionary idea, called Coboat, lets individuals share a work space aboard an 82-foot catamaran, which has space for 20 workers at any given time.

The 82-foot catamaran has space for 20 workers at any given time to take their work on the high seas

The 82-foot catamaran has space for 20 workers at any given time to take their work on the high seas

Coboat, who are based in London, is set to sail from Thailand in November 2015, before circumnavigating the globe through a number of breath-taking locations.

The route has been planned from East to West – leaving South East Asia, moving through the Maldives and the Mediterranean, across the Atlantic to the Caribbean and then back across the Pacific.

Space aboard the ship – which will also have a captain, cook and deckhands – will cost £734 per week.

The catamaran will set sail from Thailand in November before circumnavigating the globe

The catamaran will set sail from Thailand in November before circumnavigating the globe

When workers are finished for the day, a number of activities will be available including fishing, snorkelling or just enjoying a drink amongst shipmates in the shared cabin.

When workers are finished for the day, a number of activities will be available including fishing, snorkelling or just enjoying a drink amongst shipmates in the shared cabin.

So far Coboat have filled more than 125 of the approximate 1,000 spaces that will be available throughout the year.

Co-founder Karsten Knorr said: ‘On a sailboat, you spend 24 hours a day in a collective.

High-speed internet will be available on board the catamaran and during down time shipmates can fish, snorkel and socialise during their journey

High-speed internet will be available on board the catamaran and during down time shipmates can fish, snorkel and socialise during their journey

Gerald Schombs proves that with a laptop anyone can be a digital nomad these days

The catamaran from above

Gerald Schombs (left) proves that with a laptop anyone can be a digital nomad these days. The catamaran from above (right)

The route has been planned from East to West - leaving South East Asia, moving through the Maldives and the Mediterranean, across the Atlantic to the Caribbean and then back across the Pacific

The route has been planned from East to West – leaving South East Asia, moving through the Maldives and the Mediterranean, across the Atlantic to the Caribbean and then back across the Pacific

‘This is an unusual situation for regular co-working and it’s amplified by the blending with nature and water,’ said Korr.

Tommy Westlin, another one of Coboat’s four founders, added: ‘If you want to work or realise ideas and concepts in a collective, Coboat brings you together with like-minded people from all over the world to help develop new ideas and business.’

Space aboard the ship - which will also have a captain, cook and deckhands - will cost £734 per week

Space aboard the ship – which will also have a captain, cook and deckhands – will cost £734 per week

Coboat has been designed to bring together 'like-minded people' from all over the world in a working collective

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