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post #53 of Old 02-09-2013
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Re: Making a living as a liveaboard

Originally Posted by Harborless View Post
my cruising is focused in the Bahamas. A few hours a day diving with a spear gun at some good reefs will net you enough fish to sell at the local docks toward late afternoon.
I would think to avoid confrontation you would need to either work with or for them, or limit your stays in any one place to three or four days before moving on to the next locale.
Unless you are a Bahamian citizen this will get you a lovely view from inside their jail in very short order.

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