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jaja I was about to say kerry got hit with this big time when he was out windsurfing or something and someone decided to call him out back during his campaign, jejeje
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We have two Canadians in our marina, that I know of, that keep there boat here, in part, to avoid taxes in Canada. They register their boats in RI. Of course, they don't go to Mexico, but these boats have been here for years. Not sure how they get away with the cruising permit thing. I will ask them, if I think of it.

One of the boats seems to be owned by several families that each use it for a couple of weeks over the summer. Sort of a floating water front vacation home in the States. It's probably a cost effective idea, however, their boat is far from Bristol condition. They treat it more like disposable. I hear its rather moldy and gross down below, although, it just looks unwaxed or properly maintained above. I will not be surprised, if they haven't even considered the legality. By the way, they haven't even launched yet this year.
The same way keeping RV's and vacation homes. They are not owned by individuals, but corporations.
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The same way keeping RV's and vacation homes. They are not owned by individuals, but corporations.
State registered boats do not require a cruising permit regardless if they are owned by non-US citizens or not. There is no legal prohibition against foreign ownership of a state registered vessel.

US document vessels cannot be owned by any entity other than a US citizen or US corporation (often owned by foreigners).
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