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    Steadswap:

    One approach to relocating a seastead is physically transport a seastead from one place to another by towing it.

    But when seasteading becomes dominant, we may have huge swarms of seasteads all across the ocean, So one might actually swap a seastead with another user far away across the atlantic and just carry with stuff of sentimental importance to u in a ship or a plane. So u can allow barnacles and corals to grow on your hull and never bother about drag. The steadswap would be no profit no loss exchange significantly increasing ease of mobility.

    Towing kites could be rented for slowly towing a seastead b/w points over relatively long periods like several months. Say you want to move from north america to south america over 6 months as north america slowly becomes more and more annoying…

    You could combine steadswapping and slow towing for eg suppose u want to move into the coast of italy from cuba, you could swap a seastead with a guy from spain and tow it to the waters near italy.

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    SudarshanP wrote:

    Steadswap:

    One approach to relocating a seastead is physically transport a seastead from one place to another by towing it.

    But when seasteading becomes dominant, we may have huge swarms of seasteads all across the ocean, So one might actually swap a seastead with another user far away across the atlantic and just carry with stuff of sentimental importance to u in a ship or a plane. So u can allow barnacles and corals to grow on your hull and never bother about drag. The steadswap would be no profit no loss exchange significantly increasing ease of mobility.

    Towing kites could be rented for slowly towing a seastead b/w points over relatively long periods like several months. Say you want to move from north america to south america over 6 months as north america slowly becomes more and more annoying…

    You could combine steadswapping and slow towing for eg suppose u want to move into the coast of italy from cuba, you could swap a seastead with a guy from spain and tow it to the waters near italy.

    while that is possible.

    Would you swap your house, with someone elses house?

    In my vision of seasteading, it’s like a floating-island,

    even if it is submersible. with lots of vegetation and wildlife.

    If you go to a different ocean, or even sea, the wildlife can be quite different.

    also the peoples personal hygine might also be different,

    as well as the state of the boat.

    however just like there is a housing-market today,

    where boats are traded, bought and sold,

    of course we could have the same in future.

    an interesting question would be how you’d plan on getting from one to the other, flying saucer?

    though I’d be happy to stay in a certain eco-region for a while,

    and get to know all the various flora and fauna growing in and around our seastead.

    generally for reproduction, it’s great to have a nest in a stable location.

    to be certain of being able to provide for the growing children.

    though of course freedom-of-movement is a great option,

    I’m sure could build new seasteads for children to explore,

    spreading your seed all over the world.

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