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Old 16-03-2013, 07:51   #1
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St Martin living aboard

Moving into my 44 CSY currently moored in Simpson Bay. Plans are to sail and work on my new boat and stay in St martin through hurricane season. Obviously will have to come up with a hurricane plan. It is my understanding that I can only remain on the Island for a maximum of 90 days without leaving and coming back. Is that correct and if so is a day sail to Anguilla and going ashore to have passport stamped and then returning to my mooring in St martin adequate to then give me another 90 days? Sorry, but I am a rookie at this but so excited to start my new adventure.Any advise would be greatly appreciated
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Old 21-03-2013, 18:20   #2
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Re: St Martin living aboard

Check out the website The global site for cruising sailors — Noonsite, they have all the facts you need by country. Very handy indeed.
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