Join Date: Sep 2013
Location: Columbus, Ga
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Re: Voyaging on $500 per month
well there is a lot to learn out there...for some it might be more steep a learning curve than others it seems
last word of advice...be less strict with your plans and go with the flow...
thats what cruising is about
there are very few countries btw that are much less than 300 for a year
el salvador and mostof central america are around 150 give or take and are pretty lax with renewing your 90 day stay...for example down here in the estuary there are quote a few boats that have been here for years with no problems at all
in any case
that page mitiempo quoted has most of the basic fees and up to date info for cruisers wanting to check into places
mike I too always have the same fears when I go back to the states, to date I have never had anything really bad happen to me in the states to need big time insurance, but just be careful
regarding boat insurance I have never been one to have it, only when required have I gotten liability insurance for example when I was in berkely in california
maybe there is some cheap coastal insurance for the us east coast while you hop down?
Merit 25 sold...Islander 36 still afloat? who knows...Im still in Columbus, and back...I think...jajajaja!!!!
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