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Ever feel like your vacation rental just isn’t secluded enough? (You mean there are other people on Martha’s Vineyard?) Take matters into your own hands and rent a whole private island. Here, seven you can book right this very second.

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A Bahamian paradise

This 12-bedroom villa on the luxurious Musha Cay island (which, weirdly, is owned by David Copperfield) sits atop 150 acres of unspoiled tropical terrain. The 30 on-call staff members, four hot tubs, two kitchens and stocked wet bar must be worth the price tag, right? $57,000 per night

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A Canadian cottage for wilderness buffs

This island, 20 minutes south of Perth, Ontario, is a nature lover’s dream: Keep your eyes peeled for heron, loons, turkey vultures and beavers. The quaint cottage sleeps six. $171 per night

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A remote island off the coast of Maine

Here comes the lobster bake. The two houses on 80-acre Spruce Island are great for big gatherings (you can easily sleep 18) and offer plenty of rocky-beach seclusion. From $375 per night

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An oasis in South America

Located just 90 minutes from Cartagena by boat, this four-bedroom, four-bathroom Caribbean villa is basically our idea of heaven. Read: It’s surrounded by palm trees and there’s air-conditioning. $450 per night

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A rustic Rhode Island getaway

Who needs running water when you’ve got views? This private island three-bedroom cabin comes with a propane stove, a fire pit and plenty of solar lighting. Leave the iPad at home. $200 per night

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A party house in East Hampton, CT

Family reunion in the works? Gather the clan and rent out the five guesthouses on this Connecticut island. You can sleep up to 36 guests, and each cabin comes with its own charming row boat. $320 per person per week

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A luxury island in the Florida Keys

This fancy-pants island comes with its own 25-foot boat and helicopter launch pad. (You know…for your helicopter.) The whole island is powered by wind and solar energy, so pray for sunny, windy days. $1000 per night; sleeps 6

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