Re: Is insurance required to enter Bahamas?
Just to toss out there that there really isn't a state of being judgement proof. A judgement can be collected even if a debtor has no current assets. Wage garnishments, future earnings, inheritance, etc. all come into play once a judgement is entered.
There is a series of steps that could even lead to an arrest warrant being issued for failing to pay a judgement. Takes time and effort, but if an uninsured, "judgement proof" boater hits the wrong attorney's boat, I can envision a scenario where it could go down that road.
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