Tim uses the white label, business version, of the Nautical Monkey Scheduler to manage all his member boats for outboundsailing.com. In this video he walks us through some of the intricacies of how and why he uses it.
Today we went from Coral Bay to Soper’s Hole to Norman Island. We had a wonderful sail to Soper’s Hole and checked back into the BVI. We looked at some boats we couldn’t afford – yet – and made our way down to Norman Island to grab a mooring at The Bight. It was packed […]
We checked out of the BVI and headed to Cruz Bay, St. Johns VI. Our dinghy drifted off in the afternoon – so we spent some time learning how to tie up a dinghy securely 🙂 Then we got some more sailing lessons through some, for us, significant waves and wind and finally had a surprise […]
This is our second and third sailing days in the BVI. We sailed from Virgin Gorda (where I actually sailed out of the mooring!) to Anegada and finally to Jost Van Dyke Island. We were doing a lot of learning and it was difficult to film very much but we did get a little footage. […]
This is the first day of our sailing trip to the BVI. Tim Taylor, who has been very involved in Nautical Monkey called me on Saturday (4 days before the trip) to ask if I’d be interested in doing some sailing on the Caribbean. After rescheduling some client meetings, sales calls and a trade show, […]
We spend a chilly Saturday morning with Marshall Glenn – Co-Founder of Nautical Monkey – as he walks us through how he purchased his new boat (2005 Meridian 368) and takes us for a quick walk-through. Yes for all you sailors, we are motor boaters – but stay tuned, looking for a cat to do […]
We chat with Tim Taylor from Outbound Sailing. Tim has been part of Nautical Monkey since the beginning and was instrumental in the development of the site. His background and experience in sailing and fractional relationships are amazing. Tim has also been awarded the ASA’s Outstanding Instructor Award – join us as we talk with […]
Anyone who has shared, or thought of sharing, a boat has had to face the question of how much to charge partners. In a shared ownership or syndicate scenario the question gets a little easier, i.e., split all costs according to percentage of ownership for each owner. When you want maintain ownership but share your […]