Go west young man, and seek your fortune over the western horizon.  Such was the call to 19th century pioneers in North America.  The government encouraged westward expansion by offering homesteads - free parcels of land - to those brave souls who took up the challenge.

Times are different now.  All the land is taken, divided, and subdivided thousands of times, and new homesteads are no more.  All that remains are millions of miles of fences and unfriendly walls.  Postage stamp size estates with no trespassing signs demarcate the homesteads of yesteryear. 


Nevertheless, the pioneer spirit survives in the hearts of those who live in Water World.  As we sail west around the world, we aren't in search of land.  We are seasteading.


What is seasteading?  Seasteading is a way of life in which homesteads don't exist.  You sail on the ocean of your dreams, and wherever you drop your anchor becomes your temporary home - your seastead.    The oceans and waterways of the world constitute a massive aquatic seastead in which you are free to roam at will.  You may live in the same seastead for weeks, months, or years, or you can change to a new one each day.  Your seastead may be anywhere from the tropics to the arctic circle - wherever you have the courage to point the bow of your yacht.

People who seastead live in Water World.  Their home is on the oceans and seas that cover more than 70 percent of our planet.  Water World is a vast domain that transcends cultures, nationality, and politics.  Seasteaders are politically more neutral than the Swiss, and they come from all the nations of the earth.  Linguistic diversity and openness to all religions and cultures are hallmarks of this transoceanic community.

Water World accommodates everyone.  Our friends are German, French, Canadian, American, Thai, Malay, Indonesian, Australian, New Zealanders, Spanish - an endless ever changing list of seafarers who make seasteads their home, and seasteading their way of life.

Most people who seastead aren't on vacation and aren't running from the real world.  They have bills to pay and must earn a living like everyone else.  The big difference is that in Water World, they don't have a thirty year mortgage on the small patch of ocean where they anchor their yacht.  Their seastead belongs to no one and to everyone at the same time.  They have as much right to be on the seas or at anchor as anyone else.

In his wisdom, God made plenty of water for everyone, and I'm glad He did.  Otherwise, there would be water wars.  It wouldn't be long before the governments of the world divided the ocean up into smaller and smaller parcels, and seasteading would become a thing of the past.

Seasteading still is a viable way of life in most parts of the world.  There aren't enough of us sailing that it's worth the time and expense for most governments to closely regulate us.  But times are changing.  The industrialized nations of the west are  constantly looking for new sources of revenue, and if you remain too long in some European waters, they will charge VAT on your boat.  Fortunately, it's a big and beautiful world out there with plenty of places for seasteaders to drop their anchors and call home.


Seasteading is a great way of life.  If you purchase a small seaworthy yacht and save up your freedom chips, it won't be long before you can start an awesome adventure.  Your pioneer spirit will well up within you as you hoist your sails and seek your fortune over the western horizon.

Go west young man, go west.

Log 1 Peter Pan Around the World
Log 2 Weapons of Mackerel Destruction
Log 3 Pirates of the Malacca Straits
Log 4 Kissing Cobras
Log 5 Debriosaurus Rex
Log 6 Go Ahead - Live Your Dreams

Log 7 The Man Who Built His House on a Rock
Log 8 Ambivalent Eagles
Log 9 One-Shovel Full at a Time
Log 10 Hitchhiker's Guide to Planet Earth

Log 11 Keeshond

Log 12 The Red Sea Blues

Log 13 Feel the Freedom

Log 14 The Danger Zone

Log 15 Lucky Man
Log 16 Dream Machines - Land Rover Defenders

Log 17 Trade Wind Dreams
Log 18 Logs With Fins
Log 19 Everywhere, Everything
Log 20 Shark Slayer Is History

Log 21 Viking Funeral - Burial at Sea
Log 22 Improbable and Impossible

Log 23 Keep on Trucking
Log 24 Dream Machines II
Log 25 Bodysurfing Whales
Log 26 Hitting the Wall
Log 27 Surviving the Savage Seas

Log 28 The Next Step
Log 29 Welcome to Barbados
Log 30 Atlantic Rally for Cruisers
Log 31 The Man with the Unplan
Log 32 Dali Dolphins
Log 33 Flying Like a Turtle
Log 34 The Foolish Man Built His House on a Pitch Lake
Log 35 Go West Young Man
Log 36 Crossing the Atlantic in a Row Boat
Log 37 The Unsinkable HMS Diamond Rock
Log 38 Catamaran Capsize in 170 mph Winds
Log 39 When Are You Coming Home?

Log 40 Master and Commander of Anegada - Frigate Birds
Log 41 Baths of Virgin Gorda - Batholiths of Central Arabia

Log 42 Free at Last
Log 43 Stalking the Wild Manatee

Log 44 Spreaderman
Log 45 Attack of the Flesh Eating Bees
Log 46 Sharks and Coconuts
Log 47 Stingray Picnic
Log 48 Boo Boo Hill
Log 49 Whale Slayers
Log 50 Noddies (Not Naughty)


Log 51 Exumas Land and Sea Park
Log 52 David and Goliath
Log 53 Turquoise Clouds of Paradise

Log 54 Momma Nightjar
Log 55 Maximillian The Great
Log 56 Chiton Kingdom
Log 57 Flying and Holding On
Log 58 Far Horizons
Log 59 Clouds Are a Sailor's Friend
Log 60 Getting Connected
Log 61 Fear
Log 62 Grand Schemes and Other Important Things
Log 63 If Jellyfish Had a Brain
Log 64 Cousins That Don't Kiss
Log 65 Swimming With Sharks
Log 66 Perfect the Way You Are
Log 67 Space Travelers
Log 68 Aliens
Log 69 Monsters of the Mind
Log 70 My Butterfly Collection
Log 71 Somewhere Other Than Here Societies
Log 72 Five-Hundred Pound Spiders
Log 73 Red Sea Sunsets
Log 74 Gibraltar Sunrise
Log 75 Big Sea - Small Ship
Log 76 Just Cruising
Log 77 Castle Mania
Log 78 You Must Know the Sea
Log 79 Flying Like a Goat
Log 80 The Joy of Photography
Log 81 Universal Camouflage
Log 82 My Rainbow Collection
Log 83 Indian Ocean Reward
Log 84 Fiber W
Log 85 Turkish Reflections
Log 86 Mirrors and Mirages
Log 87 Lycean Tombs Rock
Log 88 Rigging Emergency
Log 89 Pamukkale
Log 90 Volcano Land
Log 91 Sniffing the Air
Log 92 Why I Don't Kite Surf
Log 93 Resurrecting Exit Only in Turkey
Log 94 Greased Pole Competition
Log 95 Tsunami Damage
Log 96 Afraid of Living
Log 97 Living on the Edge
Log 98 Borneo Adventure
Log 99 Uligamu Tree Tender with Full Benefits
Log 100 God's Fireworks Display

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