Coast Guard responds to downed Cessna aircraft 13 miles east of Bay Harbor Island

Coast Guard responds to downed Cessna aircraft 13 miles east of Bay Harbor Island
A Coast Guard Air Station Miami MH-65 Dolphin helicopter File Photo MIAMI — The Coast Guard hoisted one person and is searching for second Friday approximately 13 miles east of Bay Harbor Island from a reported downed Cessna aircraft. Watchstanders with Coast Guard Sector Miami were notified by Miami-Dade Police Department of a possible downed two-engine Cessna aircraft with two people reportedly...

Coast Guard repatriates 14 Haitian migrants

Coast Guard repatriates 14 Haitian migrants
MIAMI — The crew aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Bear repatriated 14 Haitian migrants to Cap Haitien, Haiti, Tuesday. Coast Guard Sector Miami received notification of a suspected migrant vessel from the Coast Guard Cutter Bluefin, east of Lake Worth Inlet, Fla., Jan. 7. After further investigation, the Bluefin embarked 14 Haitian migrants who were later transferred to the Coast Guard Cutter Sitkinak....

Captain of the Port revises Port Condition modified YANKEE for commercial traffic, in South Florida

Captain of the Port revises Port Condition modified YANKEE for commercial traffic, in South Florida
MIAMI — Effective 3 p.m. Monday, Coast Guard Captain of the Port, Capt. Chris Scraba, revised post-storm condition modified YANKEE for commercial traffic in the Port of Miami, Miami River, Port Everglades, and Port of Palm Beach. During post-storm condition modified YANKEE, the following operations are authorized by the Captain of the Port: Designated anchorage areas are open for use. googletag.cmd.push(function()...

Coast Guard airlifts boaters after boat sinks off Delray Beach

Coast Guard File PhotoMIAMI – The Coast Guard rescued two boaters after their vessel began sinking approximately two miles east of Delray Beach, Fla., Sunday afternoon. A commercial salvage company relayed a distress call to the Coast Guard from the operator of the vessel who indicated his vessel was sinking. The mayday call was made via VHF Channel 16, which serves as the primary means for mariners...