Anyone with $25m (£16m) to spare might like to consider bidding for the 230-acre Caribbean island currently for sale on eBay.
Thatch Cay, a island in the US Virgin Islands, is being offered in three lots on the internet auction site.
Minimum bids for each lot start at $2m, according to Reuters, but the owner believes the island should sell for at least $25m.
The island is being marketed as the last truly 'virgin' island as no one has ever legally lived there. It boasts caves under its north shore that allow divers to swim from the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea.
Owner Scott McIntyre said if the entire island is not sold, he plans to use the proceeds to develop a private retreat or residential estates.
If the sale is successful it will be the largest ever real-estate deal on eBay, a spokesman for the online marketplace said. The auction ends on 16 January.
From Friday eBay will also be offering another flight of fancy. According to Associated Press reports, you will be able to bid for your very own strap-on flying machine.
The SoloTrek XFV, which made its maiden 'flight' in December 2001, will go on sale with a starting bid of about $50,000 (£31,000).
Michael Moshier, chief executive of Trek Aerospace, the military funded company that designed the machine, expects the final price in the seven-day auction to exceed $1m (£620,000).
The machine is built to zoom up to 69mph for 100 miles. Unfortunately, however, the ultimate owner of this machine has to sign a promise that they will not fly it.
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