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Regular meetups are held in the bay area – see the Facebook page and the Meetup.com page. There is also a New York meetup group (see the Facebook page) and more coming soon.


If you’d like to start a new meetup group, please sign up as a seasteading ambassador and contact us.

Jul 10 Wed
Ephemerisle 2013
Jul 10 – Sunday all-day

Ephemerisle is a floating celebration of community, learning, art and seasteading.


We construct a floating city on the Sacramento River Delta and live on it for five days. Ephemerisle has elements of Burning Man in the early 1990s: a new adventure into an alien environment, with discoveries, adventures, and mishaps along the way.


There are no tickets, no central organizers, and no rangers to keep you safe.


July Social with Guest Speaker Candidate Gabriel Rothblatt
6:30 pm

We are pleased to have seasteading ambassador and Florida congressional candidate Gabriel Rothblatt as the guest speaker for this July’s seasteading meetup. We hope to see Fiddler’s Green Seasteading Meetups make a comeback, after a period of inactivity, thanks to Gabriel’s initiation. Gabriel has brought enthusiasm and a compelling perspective to the ambassadors team – now he is using his campaign for Florida’s 8th District (commonly known as the Space Coast) to spread many of the values of the core seasteading community.

While the Institute does not formally endorse political candidates, we are glad to provide Gabriel with a platform to draw much-needed attention to future technology and its impact on society. Born on the 100th anniversary of the man who invented the orbit-breaking rocket, and pioneered GPS and satellite communication, Gabriel had a childhood dream to be the first mayor of an orbital colony. For him, the closest realization of that dream today is becoming the Representative from the Space Coast. In a time when politicians are becoming increasingly short-sided, we see wisdom in Gabriel’s plan to restore government as an investor in science and technology. His education agenda is based on the recognition that our current system is producing false expectations and a mismatch with the real-world economy, and that young people must be equipped with skills for jobs that may not exist yet.

Gabriel has experienced multiple systems of education, from home schooling to military academies. He has worked in industries ranging from factories to franchising. Gabriel has also maintained a marriage for over a decade, and has four kids. Supporting his family on a single income in a tough economy, Gabriel knows from personal experience what it takes to achieve the American dream in the new millennium.

“Seasteading, transhumanism, human longevity and the singularity are not concepts the general public are ready to comprehend. My presence in the political arena will force a discussion on these matters, and I have decided that I would rather loose and allow them better acknowledgement, than win by distancing myself. That being said I fully intend to win this election. By expressing my passionate understanding of the intended path of space colonization (which includes seasteading as a necessary precursor), I can swing enough points to push Bill Posey from office.” – Gabriel Rothblatt, July 2013

Dec 8 Sun
Seasteading and Ephemerisle Holiday Brunch (potluck)
9:00 am – 11:30 am

Seasteaders and Ephemerislers are invited to gather for a potluck to celebrate the holiday season.

When: Sunday, December 8, 2013 – 9:00am until 11:30am
Where: Infinity Club Lounge, 333 Main Street, San Francisco, CA

The Seasteading Institute will provide light fare, coffee, tea, and mimosas, plus plates, cups, and utensils. We encourage attendees to bring a dish to share.

The Institute will give a brief update on its progress with The Floating City Project. We will share the latest seastead concept, along with insights about the market for residential seasteads, and the prospects for finding a suitable location in a host nation’s territorial waters to develop the first seastead by the end of the decade.

Ephemerislers are invited to share success (and failure) stories of the growing festival, and inspire novel ideas for 2014.

We look forward to seeing all of our old friends and making new ones.

Happy Holidays!