Re: Is it time to boycott the Bahamas?
The best way to protest is to avoid the country. I don't believe in boycotting to support another's cause. If one is willing to pay, they should be free to go.
However, this fee is already high and has been around so long, it seems there are plenty willing to pay. I suspect the number of boats in Florida outnumbers the available slips in the Bahamas by a thousand times. Unfortunately, they seem to be charging what the market with bear.
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