The boat idea seems prety good. My uncle uses it as a second home for when he visits his son; the closer you can get to the ex's house means less of your twice a month weekend is spent driving. It provides him and his son with something to do, as well as a storage place for the little guy's toys. Still, stally's observtion is correct; the boat could be taken if my uncle does not keep up on child support payments. The financial enslavement that is causd by this system is, in essence, a "catch all" for any way we try to avoid losing to feminists.
Still, the concept of a "safe house" or "safe boat" seems good. As long as ownership remains with a man who does not involve himself with women, then any man who does, and gets screwed over in court later, will not cause the boat to be lost because he never owned it in the first place. Because of that, we will need some men who are willing to give up relationships with women so that they can safely hold property on behalf of the up-and-coming brotherhoods. These men could then rent out the houses, or let men who are unable to pay for child-support reasons stay for free, and pay via service to the brotherhood. So all-around I think this is a good idea.