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Old 06-08-2012, 16:48   #1
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Copy of USCG Documentation

Anyone have the link to the USCG doc center that I can get my documentation information? I need to send a copy off to a marina and my boat is a few hours away and I'd rather copy and send...Thanx in advance.
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If I remember correctly these have to be mailed....and prob a 4 - 6 week kinda thing.
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Re: Copy of USCG Documentation

Office of Science and Technology


http://cgmix.uscg.mil/PSIX/PSIXSearch.aspx


you can print from here
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Re: Copy of USCG Documentation

Thanx everyone...That worked
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Re: Copy of USCG Documentation

Just for future reference, if you need a copy of the actual USCG Documentation form quickly, you can order a certified copy from the VDC and they will then FAX or email a copy to you. They also mail the physical copy.
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