About 95% of the seastead designs posted on the forum have zero cost estimates. Kudos to OP for actually including an estimate even if the true cost will not be known until it is built, which will then no longer be an estimate.
I forget where in here that I put my estimate and breakdown of just how I got it, for the Ramform yacht design, but, like most hulls, there are ways to work the estimate based off the cost of the initial set of plans, for a new design.
Pretty sure I stated the ways I formulated my estimate.
DIY costs are often far cheaper if labor is not factored in. Hartley boats is located in NZ and I have been reading their ferrocement builder’s books.
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