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Massive Ships 12-Miles Offshore to Provide Floating City for Entrepreneurial Start-Ups; Launch Date Q2 2014

an army employee Wrote: Mar 17, 2013 9:08 PM
Exclusive economic zone (EEZ) extends out 200 miles from the US and state of California has claimed and extended its clean air regime out to 100 miles so the ship will have to comply with many US laws, potentially including labor laws. As for the seasick factor, the use of dynamic positioning thrusters and sheer mass will overcome most of it. As for being sick of a ship, many of us have spent many months on far smaller vessels.

A company named Blueseed is a year away from offering entrepreneurs an inexpensive place, near Silicon Valley, in which to develop their products.

"Blueseed will station a ship 12 nautical miles from the coast of San Francisco, in international waters. The location will allow startup entrepreneurs from anywhere in the world to start or grow their company near Silicon Valley, without the need for a U.S. work visa. The ship will be converted into a coworking and...