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An abandoned lifeboat at world’s end

The Mystery of Bouvet Island:The unidentified whaler or ship’s lifeboat found abandoned on Bouvet Island on 2 April 1964. The boat bore no identifying marks. There were signs that survivors might have made it to shore, but no trace of them has ever been found.

from A Blast From The Past

An abandoned lifeboat at world’s end

The Mystery of Bouvet Island:The unidentified whaler or ship’s lifeboat found abandoned on Bouvet Island on 2 April 1964. The boat bore no identifying marks. There were signs that survivors might have made it to shore, but no trace of them has ever been found.

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World’s Most Remote Places Bouvet Island If inhabited areas aren’t remote enough for you, try Bouvet Island. This volcanic chunk of land, found in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean, is mostly covered by a glacier, explaining why the island is completely uninhabited. As a volcanic island dependent on Norway, this isle lies at the southern end of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, with an ice-filled volcanic crater in the center of the isle.

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