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Re: Sailing the Bahamas

It used to be $300 for boats over 35 ft, and $150 for boats less than 35 ft, but the length has been changed a couple of times, so check it out. Bring cash (U.S. dollars are fine for the entry).

If you're US, you'll need to get your boat registered with Customs, and if you register your passport in advance with Homeland Security's "Local Boater Option" in Florida (free) you can clear back into the country with just a phone call instead of showing up in person.


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