Ships are considered as operating domestically when they do not travel to foreign ports
or do not transmit radio communications
to foreign stations. Sailing in international waters is permitted, so long as the previous conditions are met. If you travel to a foreign port (e.g., Canada
, British Virgin Islands), a license
is required. Additionally, if you travel to a foreign port, you are required to have an operator permit
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