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 surveys aftermath of Hurricane Hanna

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas —​ The Coast Guard conducted an helicopter overflight to survey the aftermath of Hurricane Hanna near Corpus Christi, Texas, Sunday.​ A Sector/Air Station Corpus​ Christi MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew conducted a 115 mile survey beginning at Sector/Air Station Corpus Christi, transiting east to​ Rockport, Texas, south to Bob Hall Pier in Corpus Christi, Leer másCoast Guard surveys aftermath of Hurricane Hanna[…]

Coast Guard sets port condition ZULU for Hawaii County ahead of Hurricane Douglas

HONOLULU — The Coast Guard Captain of the Port set port condition ZULU for the hurricane Douglas in Hawaii County, Saturday. Maui County anticipates to follow to port condition ZULU at 8:00 p.m. Coast Guard set port condition ZULU for the hurricane Douglas in Hawaii, Saturday. Maui anticipates to follow to port condition ZULU at Leer másCoast Guard sets port condition ZULU for Hawaii County ahead of Hurricane Douglas[…]

Coast Guard, NOAA OLE conduct joint patrols around Hawaii Island

HONOLULU — Coast Guard and NOAA Office of Law Enforcement crews conducted joint patrols under Operation Nemo in the vicinity of Hawaii Island June 16 to 26. During the 10-day enforcement operation, crews visited multiple locations, conducted 18 patrols by air, sea, and on land, contacted more than a dozen boaters, issued six safety violations Leer másCoast Guard, NOAA OLE conduct joint patrols around Hawaii Island[…]

Monk seal safely transferred from Oahu to seal rehabilitation facility on Hawaii Island

HONOLULU— Personnel from the Coast Guard 14th District, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and The Marine Mammal Center partnered to transport a rehabilitated monk seal, Pōhaku, from Oahu to Kona aboard an HC-130 Hercules airplane last week for treatment and rehabilitation.​ “Living marine resources is one of our 11 statutory missions and it’s a Leer másMonk seal safely transferred from Oahu to seal rehabilitation facility on Hawaii Island[…]

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