Coast Guard halts illegal charter operation near Watson Island

Coast Guard halts illegal charter operation near Watson Island
A 24-foot pontoon boat that was boarded by a Coast Guard Station Miami Beach boarding team near Watson Island, Florida, Mar. 15, 2019.  (Coast Guard Photo) MIAMI — The Coast Guard terminated the voyage of a 24-foot pontoon vessel with seven passengers aboard Friday near Watson Island after discovering multiple safety violations. A Coast Guard Station Miami Beach 33-foot Special Purpose Craft-Law...

Coast Guard halts illegal charter operation at Watson Island

Coast Guard halts illegal charter operation at Watson Island
A 20-foot pleasure craft moored at Watson Island, Florida, Feb. 18, 2019.  Coast Guard Photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Stephen Pierce. MIAMI — The Coast Guard terminated the voyage of a 20-foot pleasure craft with seven people aboard Monday at Watson Island after discovering multiple safety violations. A Coast Guard Station Miami Beach 33-foot Special Purpose Craft-Law Enforcement boatcrew conducted...

Coast Guard halts illegal charter operation in Fort Lauderdale

Coast Guard halts illegal charter operation in Fort Lauderdale
Coast Guard Station Fort Lauderdale crewmembers board a 28-foot pontoon boat Feb. 17, 2019 in Fort Lauderdale. (Coast Guard Photo) MIAMI — The Coast Guard terminated the voyage of a 28-foot pontoon vessel with 10 people aboard Sunday at 15th Street Marina, Fort Lauderdale after discovering multiple safety violations. A Coast Guard Station Fort Lauderdale 33-foot Special Purpose Craft-Law Enforcement...

Coast Guard Station Ketchikan terminates fishing vessel for safety violations

Coast Guard Station Ketchikan terminates fishing vessel for safety violations
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A Coast Guard Station Ketchikan law enforcement team directed the operator of a commercial fishing vessel to return to port after several safety violations were discovered on board Tuesday. Station crewmembers escorted the lone fisherman aboard the 24-foot fishing vessel Brynn Tamara, to port in Metlakatla after it was discovered that he did not have required safety gear including...

Coast Guard Cutter Jefferson Island ends fishing voyage for safety violations

BOSTON- The Coast Guard ended the voyage of a fishing vessel for safety violations approximately one mile off the coast of Long Island, Maine Friday. The Coast Guard Cutter Jefferson Island boared the 31-foot fishing vessel No Frills, finding numerous safety violations. Infractions included no fire extinguishers and no distress signals on board. The fishing vessel was escorted by cutter Jefferson Island...

Coast Guard Cutter Acushnet terminates voyage of two commercial fishing vessels

JUNEAU, Alaska – A boarding team from the Coast Guard Cutter Acushnet terminated the voyage of two commercial fishing vessels for safety violations during a boarding in the Gulf of Alaska Monday escorting them to King Cove.