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Old 29-08-2014, 08:05   #1
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Documentation for Colombia

Hi guys, just curious if anyone knows whether or not U.S. Coast Guard registration would be good enough for the officials in Colombia or do I need the original?

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Re: Documentation for Colombia

Do you mean USCG Documentation? Most countries will accept USCG Documentation (certificate).
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Re: Documentation for Colombia

Yes, someone told me that for some reason in the western Caribbean they want to see original documentation or something like that. Me I have always thing that as long as its USCG documented anywhere is fine, but he mentioned Panama and Nicaragua would give me problems and that Colombia could be the same.

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Re: Documentation for Colombia

The current, original (not-a-copy) USCG documentation and a current passport for each person onboard and a zarpe (exit clearance) from the last port, is typically what you will need for Central American clearances.
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The current, original (not-a-copy) USCG documentation and a current passport for each person onboard and a zarpe (exit clearance) from the last port, is typically what you will need for Central American clearances.
Also a few copies of the stamped Crew list, Belize like you to have 4!!!
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Re: Documentation for Colombia

This is what I have know for most of the Caribbean all along, yet I was arguing with this guy about what is considered an original and what's not. Thanks so much guys.

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