No man is an island, but if you`ve ever dreamed of owning one, here is your opportunity! The rocky headland of Keppel Island looms out of the Atlantic Ocean at the entrance to the small fishing community of Port Saunders on the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador. From the sheer-faced cliffs housing the historic light house and properties operated by Coast Guard, the island tapers to a narrow spit of land known locally as `the cod`s tail`. Sitting a mere 500 metres from the mainland, the island is accessible by boat during the summer and fall, and by snowmobile during the winter. Apart from an annual visit by Coast Guard to the pier on the island, and the occasional fisherman from the area, you will be alone to explore the rugged coastline, or sit and watch the passing fishing boats. This opportunity to own 68 acres of your very own island offers a number of unique possibilities for the right owner.