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How to move Seastead, and how to keep it in place.

If a group of Seasteads just want to stay near each other but not bump into each other while they mostly drift around a gyre, then kites and sea anchors could be enough. The right kind of kite can pull to the left or right of downwind by something like 75 degrees, or any angle in between.

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