Coast Guard activates Sector Puget Sound during change of command ceremony

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1461251439213-0'); }); SEATTLE – Sector Puget Sound held a ceremony marking the shift from Sector Seattle to Sector Puget Sound, immediately preceding a change of command ceremony here, Wednesday.

Coast Guard to activate Sector Puget Sound during change of command ceremony

SEATTLE – Sector Puget Sound will hold a ceremony marking the shift from Sector Seattle to Sector Puget Sound, immediately preceding a change of command ceremony here, Wednesday.

Coast Guard searching for owner of bicycle left on Seattle ferry

SEATTLE — The Coast Guard is searching for the owner of an bicycle left on the Washington State Ferry (WSF) Kaleetan, after the 9:05 p.m. sailing from Seattle to Bremerton, Wash., Thursday.

Sector Seattle commander temporarily relieved of command

SEATTLE — Rear Adm. Gary T. Blore, Commander, Thirteenth Coast Guard District, has temporarily relieved Capt. Suzanne E. Englebert of her duties as commander of Coast Guard Sector Seattle, citing a loss of confidence in the officer’s ability to command.

Coast Guard searches for owner of bicycle left on Seattle ferry

SEATTLE — The Coast Guard spent nearly 4 hours Tuesday searching for the owner of a bicycle left on the Washington State Ferry Puyallup, after sailing from Seattle to Bainbridge, Wash.

Coast Guard warns to prepare for winter storms

SEATTLE — With severe weather upon us, the Coast Guard reminds boaters to be prepared and stay aware. Strong winds and heavy surf remain in the forecast over the next several days.

Coast Guard is responding to the report of a body in the water near Mukilteo Ferry Terminal

SEATTLE — The Coast Guard is responding to the report of a body floating in the water at the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal near Everett, Wash., Thursday.

Coast Guard warns boaters in the Pacific Northwest to prepare for winter storms

SEATTLE — With severe weather approaching, the Coast Guard reminds boaters and beach-goers to be prepared and stay aware. Strong winds and heavy surf are forecast over the next several days.

High-tech nuke detectors check Puget Sound small vessels for WMD

SEATTLE – More than 300 trained maritime law enforcement and first responder personnel from federal, state, local and tribal agencies participated in an operational maritime exercise in Puget Sound this week. Maritime law enforcement and first responders conducted non-intrusive small vessel radiological screenings at three Puget Sound security zones located at Admiralty Inlet, Bellingham Bay and...