US Coast Guard
The 38-foot boat, “Reel Fun,” left Ocean City, Md. on Saturday morning and was expected in Chincoteague, on Virginia’s eastern shore, that night.
It’s been sixty years since Jay Lloyd first rode through the gates at the Coast Guard Training Center (“boot camp”) in Cape May, NJ.
Jay Lloyd, a US Coast Guard veteran, has some tips that you won’t find in the safety manuals.
Is the US Coast Guard vulnerable to hard-to-trace hoax distress calls that come over the radio?
Waterborne getaways this year will have a new feel, and heightened safety, thanks to a major new Coast Guard regulation.
Nearly a year after the deadly collision involving a barge and a tour boat along the Delaware River near Penn’s Landing, the National Transportation and Safety Board determines probable cause and releases safety recommendations.
Jay Lloyd, a US Coast Guard veteran, offers some getaway tips that will make your summer safer and more fun.
The US Coast Guard cutter barque “Eagle” arrived at Penn’s Landing this morning on the first stop of its 75th-anniversary tour across the Atlantic.
Horsepower in the hundreds but little training needed to drive them. It’s that time of year, when getaway seekers are visiting boat shows!
An NTSB report says the first mate says he had learned that day of a medical emergency involving his son and had been making and receiving cell phone calls preceding the crash.
Six fishermen rescued by the Coast Guard after three days at sea said Tuesday they feared they would die as their disabled boat drifted farther into the Atlantic with a storm approaching.