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Old 23-06-2012, 20:10   #31
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Re: On entry, ever ask what services your cruising fee provides?

Originally Posted by Vasco View Post
First it allows your boat to be in their country for 12 months. Second it goes towards customs and immigration fees and third it includes the departure tax that one normally has to pay to leave the country. Oh, it also includes a fishing permit.
Fishing permit pretty much worth it. You could buy a shorter boat and only have to pay $150.......

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