Coast Guard responds to a vessel grounding

BARNSTABLE, Mass. – The Coast Guard is responding to a 40-foot vessel that ran aground on a jetty in Sesuit Harbor in Cape Cod Bay near Barnstable, Mass. Sunday.

Coast Guard thanks public for exercising caution during tsunami advisory

SAN PEDRO, Calif. – The National Weather Service canceled the tsunami warning in effect for the Southern California region Saturday evening, and the Coast Guard would like to thank the public for heeding warnings, moving out of the water, off the beach, and out of harbors and marinas.

Coast Guard assists fishing boat and medevacs man in the Florida Keys

KEY WEST, Fla. — Multiple Coast Guard units assisted the crew of the fishing boat Miss Suzanne, a 67-foot shrimp boat, after they started taking on water 50 miles northwest of Key West Saturday.

San Diego Area Tsunami Advisory Canceled

SAN DIEGO – The National Weather Service has cancelled a tsunami warning Saturday evening that had been in effect for the San Diego area since earlier this morning.

Tsunami Update: Coast Guard crews in Hawaii conduct port assessments, re-open waterways

HONOLULU — U.S. Coast Guard crews completed port and waterways overflight assessments throughout the Main Hawaiian Islands and have found no significant damage as a result of the tsunami originating from the earthquake in Chile.

Coast Guard alerts Alaska’s maritime community of potential Tsunami impact

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Coast Guard has issued an urgent marine information broadcast alerting Alaska’s maritime community of a potential Tsunami impact to Alaska’s coastal regions arriving around 3:15 p.m. Saturday.

U.S. Coast Guard crews stand ready to provide post-tsunami support to Hawaii

HONOLULU — U.S. Coast Guard rescue crews are making preparations throughout the Main Hawaiian Islands to provide post-tsunami support following the devastating earthquake in Chile Saturday.

U.S. Coast Guard advises Southern California of Tsunami, Storm

SAN DIEGO – The Coast Guard and National Weather Service advise San Diego County of severe marine weather resulting from an earthquake driven Tsunami and a cold front now sweeping across Southern California.

Southern California under Tsunami Advisory

SAN PEDRO, Calif. — The National Weather Service has issued a Tsunami Advisory for the west coast of the United States with specific applicability to the Southern California coastline.