I found this on a different post "USCG documentation
requires U.S. citizenship. Even if the owner is a corporation, the CEO/majority stockholders must be U.S. citizens. But USCG documentation
is not necessary. If the purchased vessel has previously been documented, the certificate should be surrendered as part of the purchase transaction. But there is no requirement that the vessel be USCG documented by the new owner. This only becomes a problem when the certificate is not surrendered and the new non-U.S. citizen owner fails to register/document the vessel in a state or foreign country.
Florida registration does not require USCG documentation or U.S. citizenship, and Florida doesn't care where you live. All they care about is the money
. Even USCG documented boats are subject to Florida tax/registration fees
if they are kept in state waters."
I think my best bet is to contact a Broker in Florida but im still offshore Mexico
at the moment and was hoping to do some home work before i get back on land