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2018 BS&S Course Now Scheduled

USCG Auxiliary will be having their Boating Safety & Seamanship/Sailing & Seamanship Course beginning on January 9, 2018 - March 8, 2018. The course will be held Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM in Homer High School, Room A 104.  

The Course teaches some of the following topics: Rules of the Road; Navigation; Radio Procedure; Navigation, Lines and Knots, and more.

Cost: $55 all materials provided 

Contact info: Craig Forrest, 299-0232,

New online: Modern Marine Navigation

New boaters who don’t have time to take a safe boating class or who live too far away from a Coast Guard Auxiliary flotilla now have an online course tailored for their needs.

The Coast Guard Auxiliary, in partnership with the Boat US Foundation, is launching a new educational program for boaters, an on-line, self-study course called Modern Marine Navigation. Boaters who enroll in this course will learn, using their own computers or tablets, in the comfort of their own homes.
This is the only navigation course offered anywhere that has been completely vetted by the US Coast Guard Navigation Center. It will be the gold standard of navigation courses. This course opens a new market to Auxiliary boating education, and it offers a direct financial benefit to Auxiliary flotillas.
Each person who enrolls in the course, using a nearby Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla number as a “promo code”•on the Modern Marine Navigation course website, will receive a discount of over 10% off the purchase price. And for each of those enrollments, the Flotilla will receive a revenue share of $5.
The Modern Marine Navigation online interactive self-study course costs $39.99 and will be available on the Boat US Foundation website on or about March 1. However, with a promo code, the cost will be $34.99, and the flotilla you designate will receive $5.

Codes for the flotilla in Homer: 0170201

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Chocolate Drop on Kachemak Bay

Welcome to the home of the Homer USCG Auxiliary

We need you and your skills! 

Do you like boating, and want to make a difference in your community? The auxiliary is the place for you!

Our primary mission is boating safety. Hands on training to become crew or coxswain qualified to perform safety patrols in their area at many local events, and the ability to work side by side with the US Coast Guard on other missions such as Environmental Protection, Licensing and Documentation, Port Security. 

We hold public education classes to help promote and teach  the"Coastie" mascot out with his fans public how to be safe in/on/around the water and voluntary vessel safety examinations and through distribution of recreational boating safety literature to the public, through boat shows and many other public events.  

If your skills are support skills, we need you too! We need people that can lead...has administrative and technical skills (such as web site design, computer server administration, graphic design, photography, videography, communications, public relations/public affairs, instruction and instructional design, and personnel services).  These people support those members who are involved in the boating safety and operations missions.

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Special Awards

Dan Cole presenting award to Frances Eichens


Congratulations Frances ...very well deserved

Flotilla Commander Dan Cole presents Frances Eischens with the Membership Service Award. 




Tim Brockhoff receives Instructor Award







Congratulations Tim!

Dan Cole presents Tim Brockhoff the Auxiliary Instructor Award and is working for Vessel Exam (VE) Instructor.