Transportation on the Pitcairn Islands

These remote islands do not have an airport or seaport; the country relies on longboats to ferry people and goods between ship and shore through Bounty Bay on the only inhabited island, Pitcairn.

There are no paved roads and no railways. There is 6.4 km of unpaved road.

See also : Pitcairn Islands



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