September 17, 2012

Charter the Seasteader I, 230 foot seaworthy ship

The Institute has acquired The Seasteader I, a seaworthy, 230-foot ship from a generous donor. We are actively pursuing preliminary proposals to charter the ship. As a non-profit, we are able to offer this vessel at substantially below market rates to a group whose use will advance our mission of establishing permanent human habitation on the oceans.  We are offering a “bareboat” charter, in which the charterer takes on all costs associated with the ship, such as crew, insurance, registration etc.

 

The Seasteader I was built in 1985 and is rated to carry 900 people on four decks. Earlier this year she was appraised at $10 million dollars. Docked on the East Coast of Florida, she was originally a passenger ferry, and more recently a gambling ship. Her solid structure and spacious interior present endless opportunities for seasteading entrepreneurs looking for a malleable space for their ocean startup.

 

More information about charting The Seasteader I can be found here.

3 Comments on “Charter the Seasteader I, 230 foot seaworthy ship

Adrian Childers
September 22, 2012 at 7:31 pm

Has anyone gotten in touch with this guy who is building his island off the coast of Mexico http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyjVS4NuZzU&feature=related

This guy, Rishi seems like he could really add value to our vision of colonizing the oceans.

slvrspun
September 26, 2012 at 9:51 am

I wonder if a nudist colony would be out of the question?

TJ
November 14, 2012 at 2:27 am

Adrian,
While the youtube video is unavailable, I believe you are referring to spiral island. I have been a member of seasteading.org since before the site and I can tell you that this topic has been discussed countless times. That guy is a true visionary, and may as well be the first true modern “seasteader”.

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