What is coast guard requirement when a vessel is aground?
The Coast Guard is required to assist a vessel aground when the vessel or crew are in immediate danger.
Where is the vessel aground? Is there an environmental risk? Is there a potential loss of life? Does the vessel aground constitute a hazard to navigation? The US Coast Guard is not a salvage company. More detail in your question would help define the answer.
When the grounded vessel or crew is in immediate danger.
The Coast Guard will respond if there is eminent danger to persons or the vessel. If there is eminent danger they will take the persons off the vessel if possible or have them airlifted. They will not attempt to pull the vessel off unless it is clear that it will float free. This is because they may further damage the vessel or put their own vessel and themselves in danger. If the vessel is hard… Read More
First of all, ALWAYS wear a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) This is highly dependent on how the vessel is aground. If you are aground on the rocks or on the sand and there is a danger due to high waves, a hull breach, flooding or injury, the US Coast Guard is going to do everything humanly possible to assist those persons in distress. There is a point though, where if there is a high probability… Read More
Documentation with the U.S. Coast Guard
The class of vessel must be 16 ft or longer to be US Coast Guard approved.
Class "A" boat/vessel
Must be coast guard approved
Must be Coast Guard approved
Coast Guard regulations state that no one under the height of four feet, ten inches may enlist.
must be fully charged at all times
Must be maintained in a fully charged usable condition.
it must maintain in a fully charge usable condition
A personal water craft operator must follow U.S. Coast Guard rules and regulations, because they are considered a Class A motor vessel. The Coast Guard rules and regulations are set by the United States Code (USC) which are the codified laws set in place by Congress.
What is the first thing you should do when you hear a mayday call from another vessel on your vhf radio?
Head toward them to help and alert the Coast Guard.
The US Coast Guard regulations for fire extinguishers on boats under their jurisdiction, or other jurisdictions that have adopted USCG standards, can be found at 46 CFR 25.30 in the Code of Federal Regulations. A summary is found on the related questions.
The commanding officer of a ship is called "captain" regardless of their rank. This is true for all US Navy and Coast Guard ships. In the US Coast Guard, it is not uncommon for a Lieutenant O-3 to have command of a ship. It is also not uncommon to have a commander 0-5 as captain of a naval vessel. In fact, there are many ships that have an enlisted officer in charge, usually a Chief… Read More
If it is a US. vessel it depends on the certificate of inspection issued by the US Coast Guard. The USCG considers stability, and area of operation.
If you served in the Coast Guard, then yeah you are a veteran. The Coast Guard is a branch of the military, so people in the Coast Guard are soldiers.
On both sides at the bow. There is a lettering height and size requirement, information which would be available from the US Coast Guard.
The US Coast Guard requires certain equipment be carried onboard a vessel based on the vessel's length How must an operator measure the length of their vessel?
From the outside of the bow to the outside of the stern http://www.boaterexam.com/global/images/exam/questions/10100100-b.gif
They guard the coast.
In the UK, if you need the Coast Guard in an emergency, dial 999 and ask the operator for the Coast Guard.
You have to be 15 and 6 months to go for test and 16 to use it (boat,jetski). If you are going to operate a boat that is a commercial vessel and you are going to carry more than 6 paying customers then you must obtain a license from the US Coast Guard. The minimum age for all licenses is 19. There are different levels of licenses available depending on the gross tonnage of the… Read More
The motto of Pakistan Coast Guard is 'We are Coast Guards.....'.
You can join the coast guard if you have herpes.
No. There is a single Coast Guard JROTC programme, but no collegiate level ROTC programmes. You can receive a commission in the Coast Guard through Navy ROTC, the United States Coast Guard Academy, or you can apply for a direct commission to the Coast Guard from the United States Merchant Marine Academy.
The likely term is "Coast Guard" (US Coast Guard)
Indian Coast Guard was created in 1978.
Coast Guard of Georgia was created in 1993.
Coast Guard of Georgia ended in 2009.
Yemen Coast Guard was created in 2003.
Croatian Coast Guard was created in 2007.
Coast Guard Medal was created in 1949.
no but there is a lego coast guard helicopter i have it
Hellenic Coast Guard was created in 1919.
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Bangladesh Coast Guard was created in 1995.
Icelandic Coast Guard was created in 1926.
"When you do you report to the coast guard?" The first 'you' in the sentence does not belong, it serves no purpose. The sentence should read: "When do you report to the coast guard"?"
Well you can always refuse, however your refusal is not going to be sufficient in preventing a boarding. The US Coast Guard is given a broad scope of authority by the United States government under 14 USC 89. This gives the US Coast Guard the authority to board vessels on the high sea's and waters the US has jurisdiction on. The Coast Guard can always board vessels for safety inspections or ones that may be… Read More
Coast Guard Academy is located in the state of Connecticut.
how many admirals are in the united states coast guard
The coast guard sets regulations for what safety equipment a vessel requires based on length. The vessels operator is responsible for measuring and making sure the appropriate equipment is on board.
By law what age boater must wear a US Coast Guard approved PFD at all times while underway on the open deck of any vessel?
children under the age of seven years old
Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary was created in 1978.
Belize Coast Guard Service was created in 2005.
Coast Guard Museum Northwest was created in 1988.
Coast Guard E Ribbon was created in 1990.
The duration of S.O.S. Coast Guard is 3.73 hours.