User talk:Patri/LowCostSeasteadDesignProposal

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I think it is better to say "single family seastead" than "Low cost seastead". If we get a $1 million seastead that has better safety, stability, and room than a $4 million yacht we are doing well. But not clear that $1 mil is "lost cost". Vincecate 05:57, 21 November 2008 (UTC)

Im not too sure about putting 'move itself at a few knots' under absolute.

If it can be implemented more efficiently than a tugboat could, then sure. But until we make that likely, i think a more general formulation like 'be movable at a few knots' would be better.