There are other indications also.
For example that Japanese fishing boat was washed to shore in America
2 years after the tzunami. It was not sunk on site. There probably were
international dialogs between US and Japan and Canada.
The boat was around US waters around Alaska, before that it wa probably
in Canadian waters. Finally the US sunk the boat, but it took weeks.
Same thing with the Ljubov Orlova, it was drifting for a long time before,
I donno what happened to it.
And there was that Persian guy in a hamster wheel in Florida. USCG saw him,
they talked to him, and left him alone untill that distress call he denies he made.
And there was a Bulgarian man in England, bouth a dinghy to paddle across to USA,
with a valid passport and a valid US visa. The Royal Coastguard took a long conversation
with him before they pulled him out.
These are indications that civilized countries, and authorities do not fire on site to sink
That floating house in Florida took a long time too. There were appeals, and the first
decision was declared wrong because it was judged as a vessel. None the less, it was not
the authorities, but some private realestate developers who sent the authorities.
Being out of jurisdiction might help a lot, for being left alone. Being out of site and
quiet might help too. Being USGC friendly is essential.
There is not much of a point to get investors, and a big hupla business, because it
For me, this is my opinion at this time. I am not saying that I am right, I am just
saying, this is how I understand it.