Coffee Table Book
A photo album to inspire people and show the reality of living and travelling in a boat.


Would be a hard cover coffee table book containing shots of nature, water sports, sea and underwater sea life. Would also include small stories of people living on a boat, how they got themselves into being nomads, how are they liking what they are doing and advises for future nomads.

In summary, what is your “Made on Coboat” project idea (max. 3 sentences)?

Take pictures of sea, nature and boat life while gathering success and hurdle stories of nomads.

How much of your project can you realistically achieve in 100 days if you will get the chance to stay on the Coboat?

All of it. Realisticly thinking and with a plan for not the quantity but quality, travelling for 100 days should surely be sufficient enough to create a photo album.

Will you complete this project on your own, or will you be working with a together with a team?

Could be both.

Why should your project be chosen?

As the whole concept of nomads living on a boat is new I think documenting and promoting it that way should not only be an eye candy but an inspiration for a lot of people.

What does this project mean to you?

I have been inspiring people (they say) to get out of their comfort zone and just try travelling for at least a bit, I think this project would allow me to reach more people and have an actual tangible impact.

Why do you want to do this project?

I think our world is beutiful, working 9 to 5 (don't want to generilize, but most of the time) is just making us uncreative, closed people. I want to inspire poeple to get out of their comfort zone, show the beauty of nature, water sports and show how nomad life on a boat looks like.

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Please tell us a bit about yourself and your professional background. How do you fit into a team? What have you done before within the field of your idea?

I studied International Communication and Multimedia studies as well as Environmental Management in Denmark, I liked my time in university as I like learning things but it was forcing me to stay in one place and I find it difficult. I have no permanent home, I'm always on the go though Im not complaining about it. I love water sports, a huge fan of kiteboarding, diving and I started freelancing just recently. Please take a look at mine and my boyfriends latest travel blog: