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Old 06-03-2015, 16:50   #16
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Re: Canadian liveaboard Bahamas

When you leave Canada or the USA you will not get an exit visa unlike many other countries. Regardless, your entry to the US from Canada will be recorded.
The Bahamas Customs will issue you a Cruising Permit upon entering, provided you pay the appropriate fee in cash. Your permit will be good for perhaps 60 days or more. It depends on the Customs agent. Ask for 180 days...you might get lucky. Renew as needed.
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