Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba crew volunteers at Centre of Hope in Nova Scotia

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1461251439213-0'); }); HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba took time out of their day to help others at the Salvation Army’s Centre of Hope in Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 29, 2010.

Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba crew participates in Canada Day, Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo Parade

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — Ten U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba crewmembers participated in celebration of Canada Day, Thursday, marking Canada’s 143rd year.

Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba arrives at International Fleet Review

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – The Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba arrived in Halifax, NS on Friday, June 25, 2010 to participate in an International Fleet Review.

Remembering the Escanaba

For many, June 13th is a day just like any other. However, for the crew of the USCGC ESCANABA (WMEC 907) and the citizens of Grand Haven, Michigan, it is a day of somber remembrance. The USCGC ESCANABA that we know and love today is not the first Coast Guard Cutter to bear the name. In fact, this is the third ESCANABA that the United States Coast Guard has seen. The first USCGC ESCANABA (WPG 77) sank...

Cutter Escanaba tows fishing vessel 178 miles

BOSTON – The Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba is towing the fishing vessel Grace Marie to Provincetown and plans to arrive around 6 p.m., today.

Coast Guard to conduct two-day, search and rescue drill

WOODS HOLE, Mass. – Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England will conduct a two-day, search and rescue exercise Feb. 23-24.

Video – Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba transits through Cape Cod Bay during snowstorm

In this video, the Boston-based Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba transits through 12-foot seas and 44-mph winds in Cape Cod Bay Dec. 20, 2009, during the coastal winter snowstorm.

Disabled Gloucester boat moored safely in Provincetown – includes video

BOSTON —The Gloucester, Mass., based lobster boat that became disabled Wednesday more than 200 miles southeast of Nantucket, Mass., moored safely in Province town, Mass., at about 11 a.m., Saturday, hours before a severe winter storm is expected to impact the area.

Disabled Gloucester boat being towed into Provincetown Saturday morning

BOSTON — The Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba will be turning the tow of the Gloucester-based lobster boat over to Station Provincetown, Mass., Saturday, Dec. 19, 2009, at about 9 a.m.