USCG Station Point Allerton, MA

USCG Station Point Allerton, located in Hull, Massachusetts. is a sub-unit of Sector Boston. It traces its roots back to the U.S. Lifesaving Station and the Massachusetts Humane Society. Its assets include the Motor Life Boat (MLB), the Coast Guard's 47-foot (14 m) primary heavy-weather boat used for search and rescue as well as law enforcement and… SEE MORE

USCG Station Boston, MA

Founded on August 4, 1790, United States Coast Guard Base Boston is located in the North End, Boston, Massachusetts. It is home to a number of cutters, including the USCGC Escanaba (WMEC-907), USCGC Spencer (WMEC-905), USCGC Flying Fish, USCGC Pendant, and USCGC Seneca (WMEC-906), along with other small fleet units. SEE MORE

USCG Station Gloucester, MA

The station has three assets: two 47′ MLB and an RBS2. In order to respond to "SAR" search and rescue in heavy weather the 47 MLB is utilized. Gloucester's "AOR" (area of responsibility) also includes narrow rivers and harbors, which the RBS is utilized over the 47 to gain entry into shallow waters. SEE MORE

USCG Station Portsmouth Harbor, NH

Coast Guard units based in New Hampshire serve out of the Portsmouth Harbor Station in New Castle where they have access to three cutters and six smaller boats. Protecting the state’s waterways, conducting over 70 search-and-rescue operations annually, and inspecting maritime cargo are just some of the key missions fulfilled… SEE MORE

USCG Station South Portland, ME

Located at Coast Guard Base South Portland, the Coast Guard Sector Northern New England officially opened a new 24-hour command center in South Portland on February, 2019. It will be the hub for all Coast Guard operations across Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and parts of New York.. SEE MORE

USCG Station Boothbay Harbor, ME

The mission at Station Boothbay Harbor is to provide search and rescue, maritime law enforcement and Homeland Security for it's Area of Responsibility. The station is responsible for approximately 1000 square miles of the Maine Coast from Cape Small to Muscongus Bay including the Kennebec, Sheepscot, Damariscotta and Johns Rivers SEE MORE

U.S. Coast Guard Station Southwest Harbor, ME

The first Coast Guard presence in the area was a Life-Saving station located on Little Cranberry Island, established by an Act of Congress on June 18th, 1878. By 1945, the Coast Guard Station on Little Cranberry Island was moved to the facility in Southwest Harbor. On June 30th, 2005 Group… SEE MORE

U.S. Coast Guard Station, Eastport, ME

Coast Guard Station Eastport Is the most northeastern CG search and rescue station in the United States. This station is home to the Response Boat Medium 45656 and the Response Boat Small 25695. CG Station Eastport has an offshore coverage from Calais, Maine all the way down to Cutler, Maine… SEE MORE