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Old 09-11-2010, 02:20 AM
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Default Am I legally allowed to make my own island?

Can I make a floating island that looks like a little round beach with a hut in the middle, with a chain down the bottom with an anchor and drive it out to sea and leave it there?

Then I can take a boat out to it whenever I want?

Whats the law regarding doing something like that?

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LOL!

I think there must be some obscure international law that doesn't allow you to 'dump' sand in international waters. but i'm sure if you just have a 'giant' boat, like a tanker 'floating', you're okay.

or perhaps in canadian waters.
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lol, ya no dumping sand. Just a floating fake island. Like a barge, but looks exactly like an island. With a hut, palm trees, beach sand, dock. In the middle of lake ontario.. lol
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LOL @ prez's query.

I don't know the answer to such a hilariously witty question. But what I do know is that international waters aren't necessarily immune to a "free-for-all", as correctly pointed out by JS.

If you put this "island" (LOL!) on international waters (eg. say 200 KM from the coast of Canada), chances are the US or Canadian Coast Guard will meddle with you, if Canada's fisheries, etc. are being harmed or affected. Now, if you do this in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, chances are...no one will give a f*ck!

Sidenote --- Interestingly enough, Google, Inc. is experimenting with floating data center and remote servers. The idea is...the currents from the oceans will power the data center, hence save Google tons of $$$ on real estate, energy costs, government regulations, etc. Here's the prototype for the patent application:






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