We are creating the legal path for seasteading to make it easier for floating communities to launch legally and safely. The first part of this project is our Classification Rules… Read More »Joe Quirk Explains the Classification Project
Titanic Submarine Catastrophic Implosion: What does this mean for Seasteaders and Safety Regulations?
Matthew Fiorenza also contributed to this blog post. This week we have been following the story of the Titan submersible, an experimental vessel built by the company OceanGate. As we… Read More »Titanic Submarine Catastrophic Implosion: What does this mean for Seasteaders and Safety Regulations?
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… Read More »Volunteers needed for Classification Rules Development
This brief report studies the relationship between the seasteading concept and the rules applied at sea: mainly the relation with IMO and the Classification Societies. The author is not an expert in each of the subjects, but has tried to give a general overview of the concepts. Research should be conducted more deeply together with each of the organisms. Any type of feedback is greatly appreciated.