Welcome to the Flotilla 10-8, District 1SR Web Site

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 Welcome Aboard!

Located in North East-Bergen County, New Jersey, Flotilla 10-08 offers its members the ability to serve their country as Americas Volunteer Guardians while receiving free training in areas such as: Search & Rescue, Navigation, Weather, Crew & Coxswain.

Please visit the links on the left sidebar to navigate the Flotilla 10-08 Website. The links at the top of the page are generally for the USCG Auxiliary National Website and will take you away from the Flotilla 10-08 Website.

 For more information on this exciting organization click here


10-08 meets every 2nd & 4th Thursday at the Northeast Region Scout Museum in Rochelle Park. (Behind Valley National Bank-405 Rochelle Avenue, Rochelle Park, NJ) Please contact us via email for more information.

USCGC Rollin Fritch

Picture of the Month

Coast Guard Cutter Rollin Fritch berthed in its homeport in Cape May, NJ. Fritch was a crew member aboard the USS Callaway during World War II and died during a Kamikaze attack January 8, 1945. He was posthumously awarded the Silver Star Medal, the third-highest decoration a servicemember can receive, as well as the Purple Heart.
In November 2014, the Coast Guard announced the names of the 10 newest 154-foot Fast Response Cutters (FRC), one of which would be homeported in Cape May, New Jersey, and officially commissioned on November 19, 2016.
The FRCs are named after Coast Guard enlisted heroes and are replacing the aging Island-class 110 foot patrol boats.

Photo by USCG Auxiliary member, George Saoud







Important New Jersey Boating Regulation Information

 As of June 1, 2009, all persons MUST have taken an approved boating safety course and posses a Boating Safety Certificate to operate any power vessel over 12' long on New Jersey tidal or inland waters. All persons operating a personal watercraft must also possess a Boating Safety Certificate.

 State Requirements   NJ Boating Safety Manual   Text of Law


NOAA BookletCharts

 The NOAA BookletChart™ is a product that you can print at home for free. BookletCharts are made to help recreational boaters locate themselves on the water.


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