I’ve read that the annual cost of operating and maintaining a superyacht (and that includes keeping it in port doing nothing) is reckoned to be ten per cent of the cost of building it. For that reason even the wealthiest superyacht owners rent out their yachts when they aren’t using them.
Yah. I figured there were probably reasons the idea would be impractical. The idea of working poor living in something a little more interesting than a tower block just kind of appealed to me.
The world needs more artificial reefs
That’s a rule of thumb for recreational boats of any size
Which is one reason the libertarian “Seasteading” movement is so hilarious to anyone with even a basic knowledge of how hard it would be to maintain a floating community indefinitely.
They just all want to be the bad guys in a Waterworld future. Just like their land based colleagues imagine themselves in a Mad Max world.
But they can recycle and stuff!
Why doesn’t he use the sea water, when he clearly has a desalting and filtering mechanism?
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