When it announced the Spaceship Neptune Space Balloon, Space Perspective planned on launching from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Now it has plans to launch from somewhere far less specific: the open sea. A 292-foot vessel, the MS Voyager will become the world's first marine spaceport. In addition to providing space experiences across the globe, the ship will also be able to move as needed to create ideal launch conditions. Upon splashdown, a fleet of boats will deploy to stabilize and retrieve the Neptune, which will be loaded back onto the Voyager via a custom-built A-Frame mechanism. The ship is expected to go into service for test flights beginning in 2023.