Monthly Archives: January 2011

Windfarm Mother Ships

A new type of ship is boiling in the emerging market of Offshore Wind Farms: the Windfarm Mother Ship. This type of vessel is designed as a mother ship which would remain on station in offshore deep-water wind farms, providing a safe haven for catamaran workboats to carry engineers to service turbines.

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The Seasteading Institute launches The Magellan Network

To help us create a realistic and sustainable seasteading movement, The Seasteading Institute is proudly launching The Magellan Network. The Magellan Network is a network for individuals interested in active exploration and prototyping of business models related to novel legal environments on the ocean. It is an invitation-only group geared towards those who are best able to make progress towards this goal: investors, entrepreneurs, and accomplished business professionals.

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Registration Open for Seasteading Conference 2012!

Join us this May 31st to June 2nd for Seasteading Conference 2012 — a landmark event featuring the vanguards of the seasteading movement. Network with fellow entrepreneurs, ocean law experts, maritime professionals, industrial leaders, investors, and seasteading enthusiasts for two days of cutting-edge presentations. Enjoy catered meals and refreshments throughout the day at the luxurious […]

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