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
Join us for a few autumn evenings as we discuss The Invisible Hook: The Hidden Economics of Pirates by Peter T. Leeson. “The Invisible Hook, is a rollicking good… Read More »Fall Book Club on The Invisible Hook: The Hidden Economics of Pirates
TSI research reveals how seasteads fit within the requirements of the major international maritime conventions that most flagging countries have ratified. Meeting the described specifications will help seasteads find a home on flag registers without forcing them to meet standards designed for large voyaging ships engaged in transport, fishing, or other resource extraction processes.
A brief introduction is in order. I am Robert Mongole and I will be working as Legal Intern at The Seasteading Institute this summer. I am a Juris Doctor and… Read More »Can Seasteads Ever Truly Escape the American Court System?
O. Shane Balloun has crafted an extremely comprehensive yet very readable 29-page essay on the legal ramifications of American maritime law jurisdiction as it applies to seasteading.