Joe Quirk discusses progress in the seasteading movement in season 2, episode 1 of the Seasteading Today podcast.
The dawn of the age of Seasteading began on February 2, 2019, when Ocean Builders achieved an engineering feat and an environmental feat. First they proved a single-family seastead can float stably in international waters for less than the cost of the average American home.
Seasteaders Offer to Help Thailand With Rising Sea Levels MEDIA CONTACT: email@example.com Download the full press release here.Download San Francisco, April 22, 2019 — The chairman of the Seasteading Institute (https://www.seasteading.org/) Patri Friedman, urged compassion for a couple whose floating home was seized last week by the Thailand government, declaring that “their actions were noRead more
The first small step to humanity’s future on the seas has been taken. Are you ready to make the leap and live free on the sea? In Episode 4, Chad and Nadia share what it’s like to live on the seastead and their hopes for the future. (Directed by: Joe Quirk) (Nadia mentions “Zero toRead more
The hits keep coming for our seasteaders, Chad and Nadia, as they work to lift the platform on to the spar. In Episode 3: Lifting the Stead, carefully made plans are demolished by uncooperative, underwater structures. (Directed by: Joe Quirk) Learn more about the first seastead at https://ocean.builders. Don’t miss any episodes in The FirstRead more
Making history is not always smooth sailing for The First Seasteaders, Chad and Nadia. In Episode 2: Raising the Spar, they face the challenges of towing out a 20-meter-long spar to international waters and making it stand upright. The spar supports the single-family apartment platform above the waves. (Directed by: Joe Quirk) Learn more aboutRead more
At the beginning of 2019, determined volunteers launched the first single-family seastead into international waters. Facing many obstacles, including the biggest storm to hit Thailand in nearly 60 years, these volunteers were not deterred from becoming The First Seateaders. In Episode I: Facing the Storm, we ask why these volunteers are so passionate about seasteading.Read more