You don't get it. I'm not SELLING anything. I am already working on getting assistance for loft-lines (sorry if that term is over your head), to make a scale hull model for physical, real-world testing. Once I'm satisfied with the dynamics of the plain hull, I will send the graphics to an actual marine architect, that specializes in ferrocement hull design. Once THAT is done, I will begin construction.
Time-frame to begin construction approximately 2 years. Completion and float-out approximately 5 years after that.
I think your problem is that it's achievable within the specified changes and patent, therefor will be defined and described as a Ramform, long before your fantasy art ever gets anywhere.
Of ALL the people on this forum, you know it can be done, having completed a successful ferrocement submarine. Why the Hell are you ragging on me? Possibly because I've done like billions of people, throughout history, taken something and modified it to meet my specifications? Maybe because I have a complete concept that can do everything pertaining to Seasteading, and I don't need you, your bogus Nautilusmaker BS, or even your input?
You should be ashamed of yourself, not just for the fighting, but the SEO spamming, as well. Can't you even try to be civil and keep some sort of peace, when you decry how bad we, as a community, need to stop all the bickering?
ALL I've done is combine various things, after extensive research, in a unique configuration. The 2 innovations that i will be able to claim will be my geopolymer formula, and the new, stronger, more damage-resistant basalt armature for the hull. I have no plans to go into any sort of production, nor capitalization on any of the things I've selected to combine, for my project. Those 2 things that are mine, I plan to try to capitalize on. May not be successful, but I don't even care if they are, as long as they work for me and my application.
Another thing you don't realize is just how difficult it can be to take a 121ft, 3 level yacht and cut it down to 1 suite and a pilothouse. It has about 1/4th of the total area of the original hull, and less than half the height. Bigger isn't always better, but small takes work to plan well. I'm planning for 2, with space to grow food, plus the occasional guest, and that's my design parameters. I want space for my wife and I, not the folks down the road, the vagrants and the migrants. Just 2. Hell, call it the travel-trailer of yachts, but it suits my plans, and my wife likes it, too. Sure beats the Hell out of the Marina Queens, and houseboats that never get out into open water, too. I'll take it over the monstrosities you insist on, any day. I don't want to hear the argument in the next place, through the walls. Anything larger would become a burden of unnecessary wasted space, to keep up and maintain. I'm not in the best of health, as it is. I don't need wasted space, nor do I plan to pay for extra materials for it.