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Clearing in Bahamas

I've previously cleared at West End and Cat Cay. Thinking about Lucaya this year and then on to the Berry's. How is it to clear there? We arrived Charleston yesterday afternoon. Rudder repair (damn ICW) went well at Jarrett Bay (near Beaufort). I would recommend this yard for repairs/maintenence. Will most likely stay here for a day or two then head for St. Augustine.
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Port Lucaya is virtually the same as west End, albiet a little slower as the officers, Customs and Immigration, have to come from the airport. Because of the frequency of the traffic it goes pretty quickly. Get your paperwork from the dockmaster and have it filled out prior to the officers arrival.
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Berry Clearing In

We have cleared in at Bullocks Harbor. No problems- mom!!

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