Coast Guard sets port condition Zulu for Port of Miami due Hurricane Isaias

MIAMI — Effective midnight, the Coast Guard Captain of the Port set port condition​ Zulu for​ the Port Miami​ and Miami River due to the possibility​ of sustained tropical force winds greater than 39 mph from Hurricane Isaias that may arrive within 12 hours. Effective at 8 a.m., Saturday, Port Everglades and the ports of Palm Beach and Fort Leer másCoast Guard sets port condition Zulu for Port of Miami due Hurricane Isaias[…]

Coast Guard Cutter Valiant returns to Jacksonville after 60-day patrol

JACKSONVILLE— The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Valiant (WMEC-621)​ returned home to Naval Station Mayport, Florida, Monday after completing a 9-week patrol conducting operations in the Windward Passage between Haiti and Cuba in support of Coast Guard 7 th District and Operation Southeast Watch.​ Coast Guard Cutter Valiant patrolled over 11,000 nautical miles in the Caribbean, working closely Leer másCoast Guard Cutter Valiant returns to Jacksonville after 60-day patrol[…]

Coast Guard responds to vessel allision near Dania Beach

MIAMI​ — A Coast Guard Air Station Miami MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew medevac a 26-year-old female Friday after a vessel allided with trees in Whiskey Creek, Intracoastal Waterway, near Dania Beach. The MH-65 Dolphin aircrew lowered the rescue swimmer who assessed the situation and determined the female needed higher level medical attention. She was safely Leer másCoast Guard responds to vessel allision near Dania Beach[…]

Coast Guard Air Station Miami realiza un “Vuelo de honor” en el sur de Florida

Las tripulaciones de un helicóptero MH-65 Dolphin y un avión HC-144 Ocean Sentry, ambos pertenecientes a la Estación Aérea de Miami (Coast Guard Air Station Miami), realizaron ayer, 23 de mayo de 2020, un “Vuelo de Honor” sobre varios hospitales en todo el sur de Florida. Este “Vuelo de Honor” (u “Honor Flight”) conmemora a Leer másCoast Guard Air Station Miami realiza un “Vuelo de honor” en el sur de Florida[…]

Coast Guard, good Samaritan rescue 2 presumed lost at sea, Bahamas

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — The Coast Guard and a good Samaritan rescue two fishermen, Monday, who were presumed lost at sea, 23 miles northeast of Cat Island, Bahamas. Rescued were Domingo Jimenez, 45, and Ramon Castillo, 29, both from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. A Coast Guard Air Station Clearwater MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew, forward deployed for Operation Leer másCoast Guard, good Samaritan rescue 2 presumed lost at sea, Bahamas[…]

Coast Guard suspends search for 2 missing boaters in Florida

MIAMI — The Coast Guard suspended the search for the two missing boaters in Florida at sunset Wednesday, who have been missing since February 19, after they were reported overdue. Missing are​ Gerald Cook, 81, Peter Cook, 55, and four of their dogs. Coast Guard assets and other agencies who responded included: Coast Guard Air Leer másCoast Guard suspends search for 2 missing boaters in Florida[…]

Coast Guard ends search for 27-year-old man near Fort Pierce Inlet State Park

MIAMI — Coast Guard crews ended the search for Anthony Graham, Monday near Fort Pierce Inlet State Park after Port St. Lucie Police Department recovered a body matching his description. Watchstanders at​ Coast Guard Sector Miami​ received a call, at approximately 5 p.m. Saturday, from Graham’s family stating they lost sight of him out at sea. Coast Leer másCoast Guard ends search for 27-year-old man near Fort Pierce Inlet State Park[…]

Coast Guard rescues overdue boater 9 miles southeast of Fort Pierce

MIAMI — A Coast Guard Dolphin helicopter crew from AIRSTA Miami rescued an overdue boater Wednesday approximately nine miles southeast of Fort Pierce. Rescued was: Justin Skiff, 29. A Coast Guard Air Station Miami MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew located the 14-foot skiff and hoisted the boater, who reportedly ran out of gas, while a Coast Guard Station Fort Leer másCoast Guard rescues overdue boater 9 miles southeast of Fort Pierce[…]

Coast Guard, partner agencies searching for overdue boater

KEY WEST — The U.S. Coast Guard along with the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are searching for an overdue boater, Wednesday. Missing is, Lance Hartkopp, 56. Coast Guard Sector Key West watchstanders received a notification from a concerned family member stating that a 20-foot Cuddy Cabin vessel with a 58-year old male aboard departed from Cudjoe Key at Leer másCoast Guard, partner agencies searching for overdue boater[…]

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