Hailing port - home city or home port?
I've always put the city and state of my hailing port on the back of my boats. It used to be that to be USCG documented you had to have the city and state of your hailing port on the boat, but now it could be your home city and state, just has to be a city and state. We are not documented, just state registered per my own personal preference. We've gone without a hailing port on the transom since we bought our 342 in 2016 which has always bothered me. I just ordered the city and state stickers and it will be my hailing port city and state, not the city and state where we live. This sparked a discussion between the admiral and I about what is proper as most of our dock mates use their home city and state, not that of our hailing port. We both agreed on hailing port city and state as our preference. Is one or the other "proper"?
Wine-N-Down -- 2006 342 Express Cruiser