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Welcome to the Division 2, District 13 Web Site

Division 2 Of District 13

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Seattle-Elliott Bay
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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Incident Command System (ICS) Classes through the City of Seattle

Seattle City Light and the Department of Transportation are offering several sessions of both ICS 300 and ICS 400 during the year.  You can find their announcement on the ICS Course page.   


All Crew, Coxswain, and PWC qualified members in the Station Seattle Operating Area are invited to attend a spring time Operational Training Exercise (OPTREX) to "knock off the rust of our long Pacific North Wet winter" and get our operational level back up to professional standards.  OPTREX will kick off with two weekend shore side training sessions on 28 Mar and 11 Apr at Pier 36 (exact room yet to be determined).  The syllabus is available for download here.  Facilitators include Kelly Garber, Dave Larkin, Mike Brough, Mike Allert, Garrison Bromwell, Tammy King and Ed Odom.  

On The Water Training is scheduled for 18 Apr and 25 Apr with facilities working from the Everett/Edmonds area and in Lake Washington.

Get the dates on your calendar NOW!  Additional information will be announced as the training date gets closer.   


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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? 

Use our handy class finder

--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.

2015 Division 2 Bridge

 Jim Ehnborn, Division Commander      Tammy King, Division Vice Commander
 DCDR Ehnborn VCDR King
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!