As a small nonprofit, we rely on our volunteers to lead projects crucial to our mission. Our volunteers help us keep our website updated, design graphics for our online store and social media, and raise money. To volunteer with us, email .
Join our Classification Rules Development Team
We are working on drafting Classification Society Rules and Standards which is the first step to making it possible to create a category for seasteads in flagging registries. The Rules and Standards will become a baseline tool for seasteaders.
We have a project lead, but we need volunteers to help. We will ask volunteers to participate in regular Zoom meetings so that the project can keep moving forward.
Get started by completing the Classification Volunteer Sign Up Form.
Translate Videos and Social Media
We have a seasteading supporters all over the world. One Ambassador created the French Seasteaders Twitter. Volunteers have created Brazilian Instagram and Twitter accounts. Other volunteers have translated video captions to other languages on our YouTube channel. We especially need volunteers who can translate into Spanish.
Become an Editor for the Seasteading Wiki
Our Seasteading Wiki is a resource offering many solutions to the challenges of living on the sea. TSI encourages Seasteaders to add their good ideas to its wiki so that the ideas are visible, remembered and built upon.
Please create an account on the wiki and add your good ideas there.
In addition we need some volunteers to help edit and manage the wiki. Since Seasteaders tend to be highly responsible and respectful people, we expect very little oversight of the wiki to be needed, but we also want to protect the wiki against actual abuse, mediate rare disputes, etc.
We would also like help creating an editorial policy for the wiki. A starting point might be something like:
“Wiki editorial policy: In order to keep the wiki useful to the Seasteading community, all wiki users should respect other users and their ideas. Editors shouldn’t censor reasonable ideas that respect the rights of others, but should strongly disallow actual abuse.”