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Re: Legalities or "non-sailing problems" with sailing to the Bahamas

You might be interested in this recent thread: Passports, visas, etc. . . .

It's easy.

Just show up in Freeport (or Green Turtle, or Bimini, or Georgetown, or Marsh Harbour) and say: "Hi, I'm from the US! Can I get a slip? Would you call customs and immigration for me?"

Hand over your passports and do some paperwork.

Then go back to the desk and say "Can I get a room, a shower, and a fruity drink?"

Then ask "Where do we get laundry done? Can I get a fruity drink near the laundry?"

sail fast and eat well, dave
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