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1 - I'd think it depends on the offense and if Canada shares that info with the US. If you're in the system, you may find yourself detained. If you've done your time, and you're not violating parole or probation, they may have an interest but, depending on your offense, may let you alone.
If your boat's foreign registered you're going to need a cruising permit if you plan on stopping at any US ports.
2 - Depends on the boat. I'd think 25-27' might be the biggest size. US roads have height and width restrictions. If your boat exceeds those specs then getting it down the road will become more difficult.
3 - ditto Jimmy Cornell or noonsite.com
Capt. Douglas Abbott
USCG/MCA IV/C.I./M.I. 500-ton Oceans
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