Coast Guard rescue 4 mariners from disabled lancha in Gulf of Mexico

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas —​ Coast Guard law enforcement crews rescued four mariners from their disabled lancha illegally fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, Feb. 6, 2020. While on a routine patrol a Sector/Air Station Corpus Christi HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircrew located a lancha with four mariners aboard signaling distress. Sector/Air Station Corpus Christi watchstanders diverted the Leer másCoast Guard rescue 4 mariners from disabled lancha in Gulf of Mexico[…]

Coast Guard rescues 2 mariners 288 miles offshore Corpus Christi, Texas

HOUSTON​ —​ The Coast Guard rescued two mariners from their disabled sailing vessel Rhapsody, approximately 288 miles east southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas, Thursday afternoon. Watchstanders at the Eighth Coast Guard District command center received an emergency position indicating radio beacon alert at 2:13 a.m. Watchstanders directed the launch of a​ Sector/Air Station Corpus Christi HC-144 Ocean Sentry Leer másCoast Guard rescues 2 mariners 288 miles offshore Corpus Christi, Texas[…]

Coast Guard search for 2 missing men and a dog along US eastern seaboard

BOSTON – The U.S. Coast Guard is continuing its search for two overdue sail-boaters and their dog after they did not arrive at their destination in Norfolk, Virginia, Friday, Oct. 25. Missing are: Ryan Hollis Joshua Kane Cairone French bulldog, Louis-the-buoy All were last seen aboard a white 43-foot Benneteau sailboat named Carol K. via social media post at Leer másCoast Guard search for 2 missing men and a dog along US eastern seaboard[…]

USCG and good Samaritan boat helps transport vessel taking on water

NEW ORLEANS — The USCG and a good Samaritan vessel helped to establish communications, dewater, and escort a fishing vessel that was taking on water with three people aboard in the Gulf of Mexico, Thursday. Watchstanders at the Eighth Coast Guard District received an Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon activation alert at 8:49 a.m. that correlated Leer másUSCG and good Samaritan boat helps transport vessel taking on water[…]

USCG and Mexican Navy search the pilot of an aircraft in Gulf of Mexico

NEW ORLEANS — The USCG and Secretaria de Marina, the Mexican Navy, are searching for the pilot of a small overdue aircraft that likely crashed in the Gulf of Mexico, Thursday. Missing is Steven Schumacher from Missouri, the pilot of the overdue Piper Aztec twin engine plane, tail number N778PA. There were no passengers with him. Leer másUSCG and Mexican Navy search the pilot of an aircraft in Gulf of Mexico[…]

Coast Guard rescues three people from a vessel on fire near Panama City, Florida

NEW ORLEANS — The Coast Guard rescued three people from a vessel on fire near Panama City, Florida, Wednesday. Watchstanders at Coast Guard District Eight Command Center were alerted to the activation of an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon approximately 35 miles offshore of Panama City at 1:33 p.m. After confirming that the vessel registered to Leer másCoast Guard rescues three people from a vessel on fire near Panama City, Florida[…]

Coast Guard searching for overdue jet skier near South Padre Island, Texas

USCG search jet skier. CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Coast Guard is searching for an overdue jet skier who was last seen between Port Isabel and South Padre Island, Texas, Sunday. Sector/Air Station Corpus Christi watchstanders received a report of an overdue 27-year-old man who was due to return his rented jet ski at 5 p.m. Leer másCoast Guard searching for overdue jet skier near South Padre Island, Texas[…]

U.S. Coast Guard notified 3 overdue boaters safely arrived to Bahamas

USCG: the boaters safely arrived to Bahamas MIAMI —​ The U.S. Coast Guard ended its search for​ three overdue boaters aboard a 21-foot white cabin cruiser who were on their way from Sugarloaf Key, Florida to Nassau, Bahamas after they reported that they were safe and reached the Bahamas, the past Saturday. Operation Bahamas, Turks & Leer másU.S. Coast Guard notified 3 overdue boaters safely arrived to Bahamas[…]

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