February 5, 2014

Top Five Things to Know About The Floating City Project

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Top five things to know about the floating city project.

5 Comments on “Top Five Things to Know About The Floating City Project

stephen russell
February 9, 2014 at 8:55 am

More for Seastead Project:

Sea city sites: Off Hawaii, Mexico, Caribbean, Med Sea ( Greece), Indian Ocean, Java, Australia, Maldives, India.
Make rental rates LESS than shore rates IE NY, London.
Make modules pre fab for reuse & assembly
Need rapid shore to sea shuttle to Seastead city

Use in Sci Fic movie or 007 ( note Spy Who Loved Me Stromberg Atlantis as model??).
Need celeb who favors project to be co spokesperson
Use voiceover by Lloyd Bridges ( Sea Hunt) &
Jean M Costeau for venture.

Take idea to Yacht & Boat shows worldwide & Yacht clubs
like Newport Bch CA, Boston, Annapolis MD, New London CT for PR & Monaco.

More can be done.

Imagine Seastead Farms brand providing seafood to markets worldwide.
Branded seafood farm raised worldwide.
& local.

More income to project alone.,

Urge Seastead Nation Pact to recognize Seastead as
Sea Micro states ( IE Venice Italy back in day pre trading)

Or Sea State Trade & Economic Zones.

Yes Id move to Seastead city but prefer one near/off Hawaii area & able to shuttle to other Seastead cities IE
Australia, off Hong Kong China, Mexico etc
as Seastead citizen.

Stan H Underwood
February 9, 2014 at 9:20 am

I want to operate and manage the harbor and docks for the community. You will need someone who is experienced, honest and dedicated. MEANWHILE, here’s a suggestion for revenue and building interest: Cruise lines are always looking for places to stop, for their passengers to visit, to make their cruises more interesting. A Seastead community would be perfect! Deepwater dockage, a very unique place to visit, and would create exposure and buzz about the Community in a practical way. Think about it…

Stan H Underwood
Sanctuary Marinas International

B. R. Vania
February 11, 2014 at 2:32 pm

Do you have a smaller operating model?
Have you tried contacting Kiribati?

Tom Jaquish
February 13, 2014 at 7:54 am

Stephen Russell – My impression is that the Atlantic is preferable to the Western Pacific and Eastern Indian oceans because of its lack of earthquake-induced tsunamis. Do you have an opinion on this?

de santi
April 21, 2014 at 12:23 am

Can the city move if earthquakes or other are arriving ?

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