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Can anyone tell me the best way to get permission/visa from the US to enter Cuba? I hear that it''s getting "easier," but can''t seem to find out exactly how to do it.
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All you need to go to Cuba is a valid passport a tourist visa is not required by the Cubans.

Note: If you are a US citizen you can not spend money in Cuba unless you have permision from the US State Department.

Becareful entering Cuban waters if you have insurance on your boat it is not good in Cuban waters.

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Thanks! Joann
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If you are going to Cuba from certain parts of Florida as a departure point then you need to get permission from the Coast Guard. It is quite simple , at least in Key West, you just go to the CG Station and fill out a few forms and in a few days they give the permission. There is quite a fine for going and not having filled out the forms. Try the Coast Guard website for info.
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