[Poseidon Undersea Resorts’ website](http://www.poseidonresorts.com/poseidon_main.html) now has [a nice flash ad intro](http://www.poseidonresorts.com/poseidon_flash.html) and a lot of content. This [US Submarines](http://ussubs.com/)-led project is supposedly under construction in Fiji, although of course one never knows with this sort of project – such things are announced and take reservations far more often than they actually open. With a planned price of $30K/couple/week it is evidence for our belief that underwater is too expensive to be a good route to seasteading.
Laissez-Faire city was a new country attempt in the 1990s, based in Costa Rica. Despite many flaws in the idea (some of which I document in my 2001 visit to CR), I will always have a warm spot in my heart for it, as it was the first project I had some firsthand experience with. Here is the ad they took out in The Economist in June of 1995:
AMW sends us this video making it clear that cities on the sea are possible – they are being built every day. Like Royal Caribbean’s new ship – the biggest cruise ship ever:
[Solid_Choke](http://www.seasteading.org/members/solidchoke) [posted this ad in the forums](http://www.seasteading.org/interact/forums/community/feedback-tsi/royal-caribbeans-new-ads), it’s great! Almost like they are thinking along seasteading-type lines.