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Generally speaking, no, ships cruise outside the three mile limit, in international waters.


Thank you, I know we haven't seen shore/land after leaving bays and fiords and this makes sense. I had forgotten about international waters for the shops and casino to open.

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You will have a great cruise and hope you can spend a couple of days in Santiago and Valparaiso before you sail.

We had an aft and couldn't see a thing after dark except lights in settlements along the coast. We didn't even see many ships like you do in the Caribbean after dark. The stillness is blissful.

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