Difference between revisions of "Seastead"
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A seastead is a structure which is safe to live on in international waters. Since the focus is just living on the water, and not getting anywhere quickly or carrying lots of cargo, a seastead design can sacrifice speed through the water and cargo capacity to achieve lower costs per square foot and greater stability than a boat/yacht/ship of similar price.
There are several different lines of thinking about what seasteads should look like and the best strategies to get them built. The main ones are:
|Single Family Seastead, or Vince views||Tension Circle House||Geodesic Vessel||WaterWalker|
|Breakwater Seastead, or BreakwaterBay||Tension Circle Marina|
|Floating City Seastead, or High Road||Clubstead||Ocean Ranger||Freedom Ship|
|Cruise Ship Seastead, or Shipstead||Residensea The World||ORCA|
|Basestead, or Outposts||Basestead Belize|
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