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Members coming over to the Bahamas this year should double-check for updates concerning the Travellers Currency Declaration Form, which is required upon entry should one be bringing cash totaling $10,000 or more.  In 2014, the Bahamian government passed the Travellers Currency Declaration Act; enforcement has not yet been seen, but is expected to begin by the end of 2015.*

 

RMHYC members are also reminded to check their home bank’s policy on using foreign ATMs for cash withdrawals; some banks stateside do levy an international transaction tariff or a foreign exchange fee, so best to know your own bank’s policy in advance and plan accordingly.

 

* http://www.waterwayguide.com/latest-news/news/5534/new-cash-declaration-rules-for-bahamas-entry-and-exit?utm_source=iContact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=News-and-Navigation-Blasts&utm_content=CWU-8-13-2015-final