US Coast Guard helps 7 people after boat collision near Fort PierceOn Wednesday, approximately 13 miles east of Fort Pierce, a Coast Guard Station Fort Pierce crew supported seven individuals after their vessels collided and started taking on water.
71-year-old tugboat sank off south of Puerto RicoThree people were rescued from a 71-year-old tugboat that sunk Thursday south of Puerto Rico.
U.S. Coast Guard icebreaker heads to ArcticAfter the coronavirus pandemic scuttled their normal voyage, the crew of the Polar Star, the only operating heavy-duty icebreaker for the US Coast Guard, is preparing for a special mission north to the Arctic.
94-foot tug and barge collide with pontoon boat in North CarolinaOn Tuesday, near the Emerald Isle High-Rise Bridge on the Intracoastal Waterway in Emerald Isle, North Carolina, a 94-foot tug and barge collided with a pontoon boat.
Two crewmembers medevaced from Panamian flagged tanker near US GulfTwo ailing crew members were medevacated from a Panamanian flagged tanker about 25 miles off Freeport, Texas, the USCG reported.
Port of Houston reopens after Hurricane LauraHouston Port, the largest energy export port in the United States, started reopening commercial shipping on Thursday after a day-long closure due to Hurricane Laura.
Over 20 containers fall overboard near Hilo, HawaiiOn 22 June 2020, the US Coast Guard stated that several 40-foot containers fell overboard from a barge near Hilo, Hawaii.
U.S. Navy destroyer finds 3,500 pounds of marijuanaGuided missile destroyer USS Lassen and an embarked US Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment seized over 3,500 pounds of marijuana from a Caribbean smuggling cruise.
Two kayakers rescued by USCG near Juneau, AlaskaThe USCG says its 45-foot Coast Guard Station Juneau Response Boat-Medium boat crew picked up the kayakers from Couverden Island's northern tip, then took them to where they'd been stationed near Statter Harbor in Auke Bay. No injuries were reported.
USCG oversees 250,000 cruise ship disembarksIn Port Everglades, Fla, more than 1,200 passengers were offloaded by the cruise ships Zaandam and Rotterdam.
USCG partners complete removal of aground sailing vessel off HiloThe U.S. Coast Guard confirmed that the grounded, 63-foot Midway Island fishing vessel has safely relocated from the rocks to Pier 2 within Hilo Harbor.
US Coast Guard and HII christened USCGC StoneThe US Coast Guard ( USCG ) and Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) christened the ninth Legend-class national security cutter (NSC), at Ingalls Shipbuilding’s facilities on Feb 29.