Coast Guard and ferry work to rescue 27 youth and 6 adults from vessel taking on water

ALAMEDA, Calif. – Thirty-three people were rescued from a vessel taking on water in the vicinity of Suisun Bay near Concord by the Coast Guard, Contra Costa Sherriff’s Department, and the Good Samaritan passenger ferry Intintoli at approximately 1 p.m today.

Federal, state and local agencies to train Sea Cadets

VALLEJO, Calif. – Representatives from Coast Guard Station Vallejo have scheduled and organized a nine-day long seminar for youth involved in the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps to be hosted by the California Maritime Academy June 13 – 21.

Coast Guard responds to oil tanker with no power in San Francisco Bay

SAN FRANCISCO – The Coast Guard, along with commercial tug vessels, and the California Department of Fish and Game responded to a vessel, which lost propulsion tonight, just outside the Golden Gate Bridge.

Coast Guard rescues three people after vessel runs aground

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The U.S. Coast Guard rescued three boaters Sunday, after their 18-foot power boat ran aground in the Montezuma Slough, north of Pittsburg.

Tanker Touches Bottom in Pinole Shoal Channel

SAN FRANCISCO — The Coast Guard responded to a report of a tank vessel which grazed the bottom of the channel, today. No pollution was reported or sighted by response personnel. At 5 a.m., Coast Guard Sector San Francisco received a report that the Marshall Islands-flagged Tank Vessel “Cape Brasilia” had touched the muddy bottom of the Pinole Shoal Channel. The 577-foot tanker immediately...