Welcome to the Division 8, District 13 Web Site


Map of Washington showing Div-8 Flotilla locations 
Welcome to Super Division 8
We call ourselves "Super 8" A division of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary comprised of volunteers from Kennewick, Spokane, Spokane Valley and Yakima in Washington and Coeur d' Alene, Lewiston and Sandpoint in Idaho.

We are proud of our missions and invite you to join us in becoming a part of Team Coast Guard. Auxiliarist's assist the Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs and our local county agencies such as patrolling our magnificent waterways, search and rescue, waterway watch and environmental protection. We verify aids to navigation along our rivers and lakes and are an integral part of Homeland Security. Teaching public education classes, conducting vessel safety checks, promoting Coast Guard Academy introduction programs for youth as well as participation in parades and standing watch at safety booths confirms our dedication to what we consider of most importance.
If only one life is saved by our efforts, we have done our job!
To learn more about "America's Volunteer Lifesavers" please visit us at this website or in person at our local meetings.
Semper Paratus,
Beverly Hannibal, Division Commander
The Coast Guard’s philosophy is to be SEMPER PARATUS (ALWAYS READY) against all threats and all hazards. The Coast Guard Auxiliary is an integral part of that philosophy and the Coast Guard Forces.
 Learn about the Coast Guard Auxiliary
at these links

Washington State Mandatory

Boating Education Program

 The schedule for phase-in of the mandatory education requirement by age group is as follows:

  • Must Have Now - All boat operators sixty years old and younger                                    
  • January 1, 2015 - All boat operators born  on after or 1 Jan 1955 must have Boater Education Card

  • Born before 1 Jan 1955 Boater Education Card not required
    Per RCW 79A,60.640

Excerpts of Washington RCW 79A.60.630

>>More information on the Washington Mandatory Boating Education Law