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Attorneys and lawyers with practices located in various states or provinces should be well versed in the boating regulations for that particular jurisdiction. When it comes to larger yachts and commercial vessels, however, it may be advisable to work with an attorney that specializes in admiralty and maritime law. This is especially true with vessels that are Coast Guard documented and those which traverse international waters.

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