Rockall Island is one of the seven islands that have been voted most dangerous, according to CNN Travel.
Rockall has also been a point of interest for adventurers and amateur radio operators who have variously landed on or occupied the island for up to several months, although fewer than 20 individuals have ever been confirmed to have landed on Rockall.
The ownership of Rockall is disputed as the island is claimed by Denmark (for the Faroe Islands), Iceland, Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Rockall is a small uninhabited remote rocky island 270 miles from Ireland, and is the tip of an extinct volcano reaching 65 feet above sea level, with waves recorded as high as 29 meters (95 feet).
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