Coast Guard Auxiliary

Coast Guard Auxiliary Boating Skills Course

The Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer an eight-session boating skills and seamanship course beginning Tuesday, April 11.

Coast Guard Auxiliary Elects Flotilla Commanders

Timothy Carroll and Glenn DeBlase were elected as flotilla commander and vice flotilla commander.

Coast Guard Auxiliary Offers Course

TheCoast Guard Auxiliary is offering a 10-week boating skills and seamanship course starting Wednesday, March 22.

After 35-Year Hiatus, Volunteer Coast Guard Flotilla Is Back

Coast Guard members from around the region gathered in Menemsha Thursday morning to inaugurate the Island’s first volunteer flotilla in 35 years. Timothy Carroll is the commander of the 18-member volunteer flotilla 11-9.

Ceremony Highlights Role of Coast Guard Auxiliary as Mission Critical

Two Vineyarders were presented with their auxiliary boat crew certifications at a ceremony in Menemsha. The events marks another step toward Martha’s Vineyard having its own auxiliary flotilla.

Coast Guard Information

Coast Guard Information

Tomorrow morning, local members of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will be hosting an informational meeting at the American Legion Hall in Vineyard Haven. Interested boaters are encouraged to drop by at 9:30 a.m. The meeting runs until noon.

Coast Guard Auxiliary is Looking for Volunteers

Calling all would be seamen and women, the Coast Guard Auxiliary wants you.

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is the uniformed volunteer component of the United States Coast Guard. The Auxiliary directly supports the Coast Guard in all missions except military and law enforcement. It supports the boating public through its programs in public education, boating and marine safety, homeland security and vessel safety checks among many others.