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Coast Guard assists 46-ft pleasure boat off Whidbey Island

cg-whidbeyCrew members from Coast Guard Station Seattle and a rescue swimmer from Air Station Port Angeles, Wash., assist two people aboard a 46-foot pleasure craft taking on water in Saratoga Passage near Whidbey Island, Wash., Oct. 15, 2013. The boat was successfully dewatered and towed in to Everett Marina. U.S. Coast Guard. photo by Lt. Cmdr. Scott Sanborn


U.S. Coast Guard and RCMP sign finalized Shiprider agreement

ship-rider-2-210PRESS RELEASE: The Coast Guard 13th District and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police "E" Division signed a finalized agreement for the Pacific region Integrated Cross-border Maritime Law Enforcement program, known as Shiprider, during a ceremony at the Peace Arch Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada, Monday, June 17, 2013.

Shiprider is a program that enables specially-trained officials from both nations to pursue or interdict suspected criminals transiting across the shared maritime border.


Coast Guard responds to grounded fishing vessel near Whidbey Island


The fishing vessel Neakahnie, a 97-foot U.S.-flagged commercial fishing vessel, sits aground near Bush Point on Whidbey Island, Wash., June 4, 2013. Coast Guard photo

Coast Guard crews and members of the Washington Department of Ecology are responding to a fishing vessel run aground on the west side of Whidbey Island early Tuesday.

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