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Have a good sail. Perhaps we'll see you somewhere.

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Have a safe passage! Looking forward to reading how it goes.

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Re: Clearing boat out of the USA in the Chesapeake

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You don't clear out of the USA.

You just leave.

Its sounds crazy but thats what happens. Just leave. Make sure you get an entry stamp in your next port of call
Sounds like OP has been on the hard in the US and does not have a cruising permit.

If this is the case, a non-US boat must get a "Permission to Proceed" from CBP.
Mess with these rules at your peril. If he gets checked before he is out of US waters he is in serious trouble without a "permission to Proceed" or a "Cruising License".

The hysterical laughter you hear as you drive a way in your"new" boat ..... is the seller.
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If you’re worried about it just go to USVI. Then you’ll have documentation for when you clear into Marigot St.Martin. Easy overnight sail.
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Re: Clearing boat out of the USA in the Chesapeake

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Sounds like OP has been on the hard in the US and does not have a cruising permit.
Don't know why you think that. I have a current and valid cruising permit.

I did call in with CBP and they said that I should just call in my departure from U.S. waters.

Mark - If I arrive in St. Martin and have trouble the next couple of shouts are on you!


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Sounds like OP has been on the hard in the US and does not have a cruising permit.

If this is the case, a non-US boat must get a "Permission to Proceed" from CBP.
Mess with these rules at your peril. If he gets checked before he is out of US waters he is in serious trouble without a "permission to Proceed" or a "Cruising License".
There is no such thing as a permission to proceed.

Have you a reference to it?

Remember I have sailed into and out of the USA 3 times and am quite up to date with their rules.

Zanshin has a Cruising permit but it is coming up to expire.

He does not need to hand that cruising permit in. It expires automatically when he leaves the USA.

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Sorry, I didn't see Zanshin had already replied.

Ummmmm re shouting a beer. I am off the alcohol that month so you can have a glass of water.

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Don't know why you think that. I have a current and valid cruising permit.

I did call in with CBP and they said that I should just call in my departure from U.S. waters.

Mark - If I arrive in St. Martin and have trouble the next couple of shouts are on you!
As i said it "sounds like"..... My impression only.

If you have a current cruising license (not "permit") there is techically no need to check out although each CBP seems to make up his own rules and is the ultimate authority regardless of what the law says.

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There is no such thing as a permission to proceed.

Have you a reference to it?

Remember I have sailed into and out of the USA 3 times and am quite up to date with their rules.

Zanshin has a Cruising permit but it is coming up to expire.

He does not need to hand that cruising permit in. It expires automatically when he leaves the USA.

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I am currently in Alabama or I would pull copies of my "Permissions to Proceed" from my files and post them for you.

When a non-US vessel has been stored in the US and a Cruising License has expired in the meantime a new Cruising License cannot be acquired until the vessel has left US Water. In this case the vessel needs a Permission to Proceed (out of the country). This is a routine excercise for many Canadian boats stored over summer at places such as Idiantown in Florida. Last year the fee was $27.40. It is illegal for a foreign vessel to move in US waters without a Cruising License or a POP.

Here ya go .... apply for one yourself.
https://cbp-form-26.pdffiller.com/
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