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  • Long Beach Harbor will be the Homeport of four, US Coast Guard Fast Response Cutters

    USCG Public Affairs|Jul 20, 2018

    The Coast Guard Cutter Forrest Rednour is scheduled to be commissioned in San Pedro on November 8th 2018, says the US Coast Guard Sector Los Angeles. The USCG press release follows: The Forrest Rednour is the first of four new Sentinel-Class fast response cutters expected to be homeported at Terminal Island in San Pedro, which is located in the Coast Guard's Eleventh District. The remaining FRCs are scheduled to be commissioned by summer of 2019 with commissioning ceremonies taking place in the...

  • Coast Guard issues temporary safety zone near Morro Bay Harbor Entrance

    USCG Public Affairs|Dec 3, 2016

    LOS ANGELES - The Captain of the Port will be enforcing a temporary safety zone due to hazardous conditions in the vicinity of the Morro Bay Harbor entrance from November 29 –December 13, 2016. The safety zone will encompass all navigable waters from the surface to the sea floor near the inside and outside of the mouth of the Morro Bay Harbor entrance. This action is necessary to reduce significant hazards subject to the vessels, the harbor and the public during periods of poor weather c...

  • Local Coast Guard Radios Aren't Working -- Public Advised to Contact Them By Phone

    USCG Public Affairs|Nov 22, 2016

    LOS ANGELES − Coast Guard Sector Los Angeles-Long Beach is experiencing a temporary degradation in channel 16 VHF/ Radio communication capabilities throughout the Santa Barbara and Channel Islands areas. Communication pathways have been impacted due to loss of service through Bald Mountain Radio Tower Range. All mariners operating in the Santa Barbara or Channel Islands area are urged to contact the Coast Guard through alternative means. The main line of communication for Coast Guard Sector L...

  • US Coast Guard Issues Heavy Weather Advisory for So Cal Beaches

    USCG Public Affairs|Nov 22, 2016

    LOS ANGELES - The Coast Guard warns beachgoers and boaters of a heavy weather/high surf advisory warning issued by NOAA for Southwest California beaches. The heavy weather/high surf advisory will remain in effect until 6 p.m., Monday. A large west to northwest swell will continue to move across Southwest California coastal waters. Heavy weather and high surf will affect all west and northwest facing beaches beginning Saturday morning through Monday evening. Surf is expected to build to 10 to 15...