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Pleasure Boats
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Operators of small pleasure vessels arriving in the United States from a foreign port or place are required to report their arrival to CBP immediately.

- Pleasure Boat Reporting Requirements
- 04/06/2011
arrowPleasure Boat Requirements by Location
- 08/24/2007
- Small Vessel Reporting System (SVRS)
- 05/12/2011
- Outlying Area Reporting Station (OARS)
- 07/30/2009

The OARS program uses videophones, typically located at public marinas, which boaters may use to report to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers along the Northern Border only.
- Canadian Border Boat Landing (I-68) Program
- 05/22/2007

Allows certain persons who enter the United States by small boat to be inspected once per year.
- NEXUS Program Descriptionfeatured see also
- 06/05/2009
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