COBLI BUSINESS MANAGER

NICKY SOUTER

COBLI is excited to welcome to the team our newest star and Cobli’s Business Manager, Nicky Souter.

If you have spent any time following sailing over the last decade in Australia then the name may well ring a bell.  One of the most awarded female sailors in recent history, Nicky has notched up an impressive haul including, World match racing champion, Sydney to Hobart winner onboard Wild Oats, 10 national championships and in 2010 was named Australian Female Sailor of the Year.

 

Growing up on Scotland Island with the daily commute to the mainland, she had seawater in her blood from a young age.  Having recently returned from an 8-year stint in the USA working as a sailing manager for yacht clubs in Connecticut and New York, Nicky is back and settled here on the glorious Northern Beaches.
 Having seen the rise of similar successfully business models in the States, Nicky is set to take Cobli to the next stage in the company’s development.

 

She says “equity ownership is increasingly gaining traction here in Australia and our clients are loving our business models hassle-free walk-on walk-off nature.  It is a clever model and fits well in this fast-paced world.  I am enjoying being a part of this new and upcoming business and look forward to seeing more owners loving their time out on the water.”
Welcome to the team Nicky!

 

IMAGINE THE EXPERIENCE

VIVID Sydney

VIVID Sydney

We decided to dodge the VIVID crowds and cold weather and see the light show from the water onboard Axopar 37, Life on Mars.

What makes a COBLI boat share unique

What makes a COBLI boat share unique

John Cowpe explains why they believe COBLI is the best way to enjoy real equity ownership for the prestigious boat brands they import to Australia and New Zealand, as well as exactly what makes a COBLI boat share unique.