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Trip to uninhabited island of the Pacific Ocean

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1. Posted by Matesax (Budding Member 2 posts) 1y

Hi,
I want to travel from Czech Republic (it is my native homeland) into some island without national jurisdiction or simply the island with freshwater and warm nights, where it is easy to imigrate for me. So, it is possible to do it with 840 euros? I'm ready to work in the ship or doing something else. I want to stay in touch with civilization. That's why I want choose an island near the sea passage. Maybe I get some advice from a sailors to choose suitable island. Which path will I schedule? If I not having enough money now, how can I prepare place (job) on the ship? Where I should to go from the Czech Republic? (Which port?) I not need to travel so far, just to some habitable island where can I legally live. I would like to do everything (make a plan and pay boarding passes, plane tickets, ...) beforehand. (I don't have any experience with travel companies.) Thank you!

2. Posted by CheersT (Travel Guru 2455 posts) 1y

Quoting Matesax

Hi,
I want to travel from Czech Republic (it is my native homeland) into some island without national jurisdiction or simply the island with freshwater and warm nights, where it is easy to imigrate for me.

Good luck with your research.

Cheers,
Terry

3. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5596 posts) 1y

Quoting CheersT

Quoting Matesax

Hi,
I want to travel from Czech Republic (it is my native homeland) into some island without national jurisdiction or simply the island with freshwater and warm nights, where it is easy to imigrate for me.

Good luck with your research.

Cheers,
Terry

I Always wonder how the mind of a person works, don't you...

4. Posted by CheersT (Travel Guru 2455 posts) 1y

Sometimes it's completely unbelievable. Mind boggling, actually.

Cheers,
Terry

5. Posted by Peter (Admin 5807 posts) 1y

Matesax, such a place without national jurisdiction just doesn't exist.

I've spent time on a remote atoll (read, boat comes once a month if you're lucky) and it still had a population of 1000. There were some islands within that atoll that were uninhabited. But they still had national jurisdiction (Micronesia in this case). And they were tiny islands, so the only fresh water you would be getting would be from rain. Not exactly reliable. The novelty would wear off very fast.

You probably are looking for something like this family who were on Grand Designs earlier this year. But they live on an island in Tonga and seem to only be a short boat ride away from the main island.

Oh, and you'll definitely need to have more than 840 euros to do something like this.