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entry and exit costs

is there anywhere to find out what the cost is to enter and exit all countrys?
or is it just listed in cruiseing guides. i plan on a trip from portland or to florida
via panama canal. and i am sure i need to get fuel along the way. plan on visiting a few places along the way. just want to make sure i have enough money on hand.
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You should be able to find the info with Google. I don't know of any specific sites (though I'm sure if they exist, someone will have a link for you). In the meantime, simply Google the country of interest, I'm sure you'll find something on tourism.
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You can go to the http://www.noonsite.com and find much of the information on fees that you are looking for. It will at least give you a good idea of each countries fees.
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Noonsite is a good resource, but be aware that it isn't always completely up to date.
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Noonsite is a good resource, but be aware that it isn't always completely up to date.
True, but the price is right and the excuse that Jimmy is sailing Aventura III somewhere away from a keyboard is a good one. I find that alerting the cruiser to changes in marina ownership or selective or different enforcement of laws and regulations is useful, because awareness that some countries (Panama, Egypt) really are easier with an agent handling the paperwork or that others (Fiji) seem scatter-brained or actively hostile to cruisers helps to make routing decisions.

One of the things in cruise planning I am finding is that there are a lot of places that welcome cruisers with open arms (and low fees) and others that seem resentful, for lack of a better term, of foreigners on boats. Most, of course, just want your money. It does help to trim the fat, so to speak, on the provisional list of places to sail.
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