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Welcome to the Division 2, District 13 Web Site

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Seattle-Northshore
Eastside
Seattle-Elliott Bay
Renton
Division 2 is the smallest Division geographically in District 13. We cover most of King County - the greater Seattle/Bellevue metropolitan area. The Division's 170 members provide the boating public with boating safety education, vessel safety checks, and partnerships with the boating community.
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ODU sleeves are to be worn UP

Effective 1 April, ODU sleeves are to be worn UP in Sector Puget Sound.  In some cases individual units may opt for sleeves down because of safety concerns.  

Division 2 Member Training

Check out the Division 2 Member Training Page for a current list of classes and other opportunities.

Member Training currently scheduled in the Division is.....

30 Apr - 0900 to 1500 - Mandated Training Blitz - Station Bellingham. 

14 May - New Member Orientation - On Base, Coho Room 

19 May - 1900 to 2100 - AUXCOM in the Coho Room 

COMING IN THE FALL - AUXNAV and AUXPAT

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE DIVISION 2 MEMBER TRAINING CLASSES AND TO SIGN UP FOR THE CLASSES (off site).

THE UPDATED CY2016 C SCHOOL SCHEDULE IS LOCATED HERE 

Updated  28 Apr 16

LIFE JACKETS -- WHAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU?

The righType III PFDt life jacket for you is the one you are wearing when you need one.  But when you go to the boat store - or even open the locker on a well stocked boat - you are confronted by a wide range of life jackets - some are very bulky, others light weight and seemingly comfortable. Like all boating decisions there are a lot of issues -- and any decision you make when you go to buy a life jacket is a compromise between many factors.  Mike Brough, a member of Flotilla 21 and a qualified Auxiliary Crew Member has written a very comprehensive article about life jackets - its posted on his personal web site (non-Auxiliary) and is well worth investigating. 


Washington Boater Card age chart

Boating Education Classes

Interested in taking a boating education class? Want to meet the requirements of the Washington Boater Education law (required by everyone 59 or younger in 2014), or find out more about boating safety or boating education in general? 

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Members
--use the class finder if you are interested in helping teach, if you need a class to become Basically Qualified (BQ) or to meet the basic boating education requirements of the Boat Crew Program.


Vessel Safety Checks

Get a free Vessel Safety Check - a qualified Auxiliarst will check your boat for compliance with the applicable federal and state requirements in this free program. This isn't a law enforcement action - the examiner can't report any problems to law enforcement. Be safe, get a Vessel Safety Check and display the sticker proudly!

If you are in the Seattle area, fill out this form to request an appointment to have a local examiner contact you. If you are out of the Seattle area, use the national Vessel Examiner locator to find an examiner near you.


                              2016 Division Bridge


 Division Commander, Jim Ehnborn      Division Vice Commander, Karen McKeag
 DCDR Ehnborn VCDR McKeag


The advancement of boating safety is the primary goal and mission of the Coast Guard Auxiliary. You can find additional information About Us . You can also check out all of the activities throughout this and other Auxiliary web sites and Facebook pages.

Have fun, be safe, and think about joining us!