This is a preliminary report on what to do when a fire breaks out on board the Prrivate Island Habitations. Because the PIH will be constructed of Aluminum Stressed Skin Panel, the probability of a wood fire is low, electrical and chemical fires have a high probability of happening. There will also be no gas utilities on board, all electric utilities and minimal engine use, for when the solar sails are not functioning. Our proposed solution is to install up-to-code fire extinguishers for chemical and electrical fires. Install fire sprinklers in the Aluminum Stressed Skin Panel ceiling to mitigate all fires that break out on board. Having the fire sprinklers water source attached to the water distribution system, to ensure a quick response when the fire alarm is triggered. Also a fire proof chemical coating will be applied to the Aluminum Stressed Skin Panels; the fire proof coating will mitigate any fire damage and allow for more time for occupants to extinguish the fire. Fire alarms will be equipped to the PIH that will notify our monitoring emergency system via satellite about any emergency issues that would develop on the PIH. Once the notification reaches the monitoring emergency system for the PIP the proper authorities will be notified to assist with extinguishing any emergency that were to happen on the PIH. An emergency fire hose will be installed on deck for any fires that were to start outside the domicile on the PIP exterior. Having an Aluminum Stressed Skin Panel vessel qualifies the PIH as an eco-friendly sustainable structure. On average a 2,000 square-foot house requires 40 to 50 trees to build. Each vessel will be composed of sustainable, light weight, durable Aluminum Stressed Skin Panels. To push for green engineering innovations Aluminum Stressed Skin Panels, Aquaponics, Solar Panels, Water Treatment and Distribution provides an “Off the Grid” habitat for clients to purchase as a second home.