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    Default lines of demarcation

    Need help finding out where the lines of demarcations are for Alaskan waters. Can anyone steer me in right direction?

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    My Alaska Gazeteer with GPS graduations has the border shown as "indefinite" , I am not sure how to interpret that aside from the obvious, however, I think that would be a good representation for navigating. If you need to nail it down more specificaly I suggest contacting:

    Canadian border authority, http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/prog/nexus/menu-eng.html

    NOAA http://www.noaa.gov/

    USCG http://www.uscg.mil/


    How close do you need to get, or are you making a crossing ? Just curious.

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    Default lines of demarcation

    I assume this is for an insurance policy??

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    No it is actually for the limits of a Coast Guard License. 25 ton masters inland. If you are doing business for hire, you can't go outside of the lines of demarcation.

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