What does that even mean? It’s the spot in the ocean farthest away from land in any direction – in effect, the middle of nowhere.
And where is that, exactly? Point Nemo is located at 48°52.6′S 123°23.6′W, more than 1,600km away from three equidistant islands, including Easter Island.
That does sound a faff to get to. So much so that often the closest humans to Point Nemo are aboard the International Space Station . . ‘