About Us

Nautest was created to provide an online marketplace services. Often we need to buy or sell any second-hand equipment, but it is usually quite complicated. This website makes it bit easier!

Nautest Seeyouatsea is a fully dedicated solution for the sailing community - whether you are a professional or recreational sailor, cruising boat owner, yachtsman, coach, race official, club, event organizer etc.

Nautest is for everyone whose lifestyle, hobby or profession is connected with sailing and watersports!

We provide a seller tools to best describe your items and you can upload multiple adverts and photos free of charge on our standard listing, and we don’t charge any fees for buying and selling, You can also choose to boost your advert’s exposure by paying a small fee. Once you have a buyer, it is then over to you to arrange payment and collection/delivery options. Private and Trade Advertisers are welcome.

Whilst you can search for items in specific locations or within your country, the Nautest seaBay marketplace also showcases your items to a vast worldwide – and is available in English, French and Spanish languages.

Nautest Seeyouatsea is the easiest way to sell equipment, and find items you are looking for. Wherever you are in the world, when searching the adverts on Nautest Seeyouatsea, you will always see the nearest adverts to your actual location on the top of the list. To find the quickest route from your location to the destination of the advertiser, just tap the advert’s map and the fastest/shortest route options will show

Our goal is to provide the best and most convenient solutions for the sailing community around the world.

Sell and buy your equipment easily - Nautest Seeyouatsea - for sailors by sailors!


Rene Allik
René Allik CEO

René has become a member of Nautest team in spring 2015. Rene worked in maritime rescue in different levels, also as a Chief of SAR Managament. He has sailed a years and taken part in several competitions in ORC Class. Rene has also taken initiative to develop the ISAF Safety Courses by Estonian Yachts Union.
Maritime search and rescue is also his hobby, in a freetime he is leading Tallinn Voluntary Maritime Rescue, which mostly consists of members of the yacht clubs and has become in a short time one of the best SAR-team.

Agnes Lill
Agnes Lill Sales Manager

Agnes joined Nautest seaBay team in November 2012. Until then she had been working as an optometrist, and volunteering as a race official at numerous sailing regattas all around the world. Agnes started sailing in the Optimist in 1993, moving straight to the 470 Class in 1998, where she excelled. Agnes secured the bronze medal at the 2004 470 Junior Ladies World Championship, and then sealed absolute glory in 2005 winning the 470 Junior Ladies World Championship. Now retired from elite competition, since 2012 Agnes has been an International Sailing Federation (ISAF) International Measurer for the 29er and 470 Classes, and is also Vice-Chairman of the ISAF Class Rules Sub-Committee, and sits on the Equipment Control Sub-Committee. Agnes is extremely active at her sailing club, Kalev Jahtklubi, where she belongs to several committees and she also volunteers on the Estonian Sailing Federation’s Technical and Race Officials’ Committees. The sea is something Agnes cannot live without.

Andrus Poksi
Andrus Poksi Technical Advisor

Nautest seaBay was founded in September 2012 by Andrus, who is currently the technical advisor of Nautest LLC. . Andrus has led sales and marketing businesses, before moving to online business models. The outcome is Nautest seaBay – an innovative company that provides effective solutions for the sailing community.
Andrus started sailing an Optimist in 1980, moving on to sail a variety of dinghy classes (Cadet, 420, Laser), before trading sitting down for standing up when he started windsurf racing. Andrus started to focus increased time officiating at events, and has now notched up over 13 years as a race officer. In 2006, Andrus was appointed as an International Sailing Federation (ISAF) International Judge, with one of his most high profile roles being as a judge at the 2012 Olympic Games. He also volunteers on a number of ISAF Committees; Racing Rules Committee, Windsurfing and Kiteboarding Committee and International Judges Sub-committee. Andrus is a former commodore of Tallinn Yacht Club and former President of the Estonian Sailing Union.

Peeter Kask
Peeter Kask Developer

Peeter has over 7 years of experience in software development, covering multiple languages and frameworks, including PHP, Python, Django, Laravel, CodeIgniter, Zend, C, C++, Javascript, NodeJS, HTML and CSS.
Peeter started sailing in the Optimist in 2006, and since 2010 has been deeply involved in professional Formula Windsurfing, along the way obtaining multiple Estonian Championship titles and winning the Formula European Cup youth division.

Ingmar Aasoja
Ingmar Aasoja Developer

Ingmar has been developing software for over 7 years. He is highly experienced in data management software and web service technologies, mainly working with Apache and PHP, but also uses systems from Python to C++.