|Not many people would want to live on the ocean.|
Fortunately, that's not the idea.
Oh, we'll be building floating islands and floating colonies one day, but that's a special project for some very, um, interesting people. Most of us, we like land.
LifeYachts like land, too.
They're designed so that you can park them up close to a riverbank. That means that a very simple gangplank makes them a houseboat on a river, except that they make their own electricity and water, and process their own sewage, so they don't need to tie up to a marina. The largest one, the Manta Ray, has room for a complete farm, including animals, to feed ten people, so you wouldn't even have to buy food locally.
Most people like to get out of the house and get involved in society, and a LifeYacht puts you in position to do that. When you arrive at a place you'd like to park, the first thing you'll want to do is see about renting or buying a small piece of riverbank, so you have control over it. LifeYachts can unload their cars or trucks just about anywhere, so it doesn't have to be prime property, just something that adjoins a road you can use to get to town. That can mean very, very cheap land. In many countries, it could even be bought for a few hundred dollars, so that very soon, you own riverfront lots around the world.
All our LifeYachts carry vehicles inside, where they're protected from saltwater.
You unload your car, truck, or jeep...
Snug up your LifeYacht near the riverbank, close enough to lay down a gangplank or deploy a floating walkway...
Then, when you want to go to town, walk down the gangplank, up to the car, and drive away. If working a day job is your cup of tea, you're in perfect position for it.
You might stay there a short while, you might stay for years. When you want to go to Fiji or the like for a vacation...load up your car and weigh anchor. If the political or social situation there gets unpleasant...load up your car and the people you want to help get away, and weigh anchor.
This is how anyone with a LifeYacht generally lives: the house is essentially a VERY large houseboat that provides its own utilities, and the riverfront property is their front yard. Along most rivers, you'll have neighbors, friends, stores, roads...it's just like owning a house on the river...
...and you earned it with your Membership Fee and some time. No mortgage, no utility payment...the way it ought to be.
Just one of many reasons The Sea Lions Foundation is the Gold Standard of Freedom.