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Monthly Meetings 2017
Next meeting:  July 12, 2017 - 7:30PMHopatcong Recreation Department/Senior Center32 Lakeside Drive, Hopatcong, NJ   


NOW AVAILABLE

Modern Marine Navigation On-line Course

 See the Online Courses page in the Boating Courses Tab for details


Flotilla Commander's Message...

Thank you for visiting our web site.  The Coast Guard Auxiliary, also known as America's Volunteer Lifesavers, encourages you to explore becoming a member and promoting boating safety in our community.

Please contact me to find out more.  There are many ways to be active in this organization and there is something for everyone, regardless of your level of experience or abilities.

Learn new skills, while making new friends. We provide complete training for you to become qualified as an instructor, vessel examiner, boat crew member, coxswain and in many other qualifications in support of Coast Guard missions.

By joining the Auxiliary you will be helping your community and will be helping to promote and support recreational boating safety on Lake Hopatcong.

We meet the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 PM at the Hopatcong Senior Center (Recreation Department), 32 Lakeside Blvd., Hopatcong, NJ.  If you are interested in attending a meeting as a guest or to find out more, please contact me at romeoalpha6@yahoo.com.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about the Auxiliary and our activities. If you are interested in taking a boating course, or having your vessel examined for safety, we are Semper Paratus – Always Ready to assist you. If you would like to join us as a member of Team Coast Guard, we welcome you!


Vessel Safety Checks 

As the season ends we encourage all boaters to plan on having a Vessel Safety Check in the spring of 2017 to assure you are ready to operate safely during the season.  The safety Checks are a free service offered by our Flotilla at various venues around Lake Hopatcong.  As we approach the 2017 season, see the "Vessel Safety Checks" page for additional details and to arrange an inspection.