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Old July 23rd, 2012, 07:10 AM
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Ships follow the laws of the country they are registered in so even if the US legalized it would make little difference.

Very few ships are registered in the US for tax reasons. Also I would imagine if the US legalized it, and the ship was registered in the US, most ports would still have a problem with it. They would likely not allow allow the ship into their waters and would require you to stay 10 miles away for carrying illegal substances.
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