Coast Guard Station Woods Hole

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Coast Guard Station Woods Hole
Part of 1st District
Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Coast Guard Station Woods Hole from the Shining Sea Bikeway.jpg
A view of the ships at the station as seen from the Shining Sea Bikeway
Coordinates 41°31′16″N 70°40′01″W / 41.521°N 70.667°W / 41.521; -70.667Coordinates: 41°31′16″N 70°40′01″W / 41.521°N 70.667°W / 41.521; -70.667
Type Coast Guard Station
Site information
Owner United States Coast Guard
Open to
the public
Yes
Site history
In use ?–present

United States Coast Guard Station Woods Hole is a United States Coast Guard station located in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. The station is home to Sector Southeast New England.

List of Vessels[edit]

Station Woods Hole serves as home port for the following:

  • 25-foot USCG Defender Class patrol boat[1]
  • 41-foot USCG Utility Boat[2]
  • 49-foot USCG BUSL (Stern-Loading Buoy Boat)[3]
  • 87-foot USCG Cutter Hammerhead (WPB-87302, Marine Protector Class Coastal Patrol Boat)[4]
  • 110-foot USCG Cutter Monomoy (WPB-1326, Island Class patrol Boat, commissioned 19 May 1989)[5][6]
  • 110-foot USCG Cutter Sanibel (WPB-1312, Island Class patrol Boat, commissioned 1987)[7]
  • 110-foot USCG Cutter Tybee (WPB-1330, Island Class patrol Boat, commissioned 1989, re-commissioned 17 May 2007)[8]

Notable Service[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wikimapia page for US Coast Guard Station Woods Hole, retrieved 23 September 2010
  2. ^ ibid.
  3. ^ ibid.
  4. ^ USCGC Hammerhead page, retrieved 23 September 2010
  5. ^ TeamCoastGuard.org, Flotilla 82 Adopts the USCGC Monomoy, retrieved 23 September 2010
  6. ^ USCG Operation Iraqi Freedom information page (MS-Word doc file), retrieved 23 September 2010
  7. ^ Coast Guard Report, Coast Guard investigates cause of boathouse fire, 14 July 2010, retrieved 23 September 2010
  8. ^ Coast Guard Cutter Tybee Commissioned, retrieved 23 September 2010
  9. ^ TeamCoastGuard.org, Flotilla 82 Adopts the USCGC Monomoy, retrieved 23 September 2010
  10. ^ USCG Operation Iraqi Freedom information page (MS-Word doc file), retrieved 23 September 2010
  11. ^ Kennedy, Bessettes Given Shipboard Rites, WashingtonPost.com, 23 July 1999, retrieved 23 September 2010

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