...they might go to the Turks & Caicos Islands. This lucky one belongs to Seamus Day and sits "on the very edge of the island, sited on Grand Turk in the Turks & Caicos Islands, just pure ocean until you hit Africa to the east 2,500 miles (4,200 km) away."
The Vantage Pro2 enjoys the same view as Seamus does when he looks out his home's back window. "We are right next to the ocean, but elevated about 110 feet (35 m) on a cliff with a path to the beach below."
Seamus got his station for use in his helicopter company. The company has since been sold, but the weather station stayed with Seamus.
While the weather is generally, well, fantastic on Grand Turk (some restaurants require that gentlemen wear "dress shorts" for dinner, and one time someone needed a sweater in the evening), Seamus' station has seen some weather action. "We occasionally get hurricanes here, last year being the worst in fifty years with Hanna and Ike back to back, in a single week. Hurricane Ike came barreling in from the northeast in this exact position, with winds at 145 mph (233 kph). We are in the trade winds so we get high average wind speeds year-round, mainly from the east, with lots of sunshine and very little rain, allegedly only 27 inches (686 mm) per year; I will confirm if this is true next year!"
Meanwhile, pass the sun block.