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Welcome to the Division 4, District 7 Web Site


In-person safe boating public education classes have resumed, with some restrictions. The Coast Guard has also authorized the resumption of all free vessel safety checks, uninspected passenger vessel and fishing vessel examinations, marine dealer visitations, and new member processing.

If you are in need of something listed above, please leave a message on Flotilla 44's voice mail at: (386) 308-0198. Your call will be routed to the appropriate flotilla.

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary
District 7, Division 4: The "Fantastic Fourth"

Welcome to the site for the Fantastic Fourth! We are glad that you are here--if you are interested in joining the Auxiliary, please reach out so we can tell you more. If you are already an Auxiliarist, we hope this site is a useful resource.

Who We Are...
The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is the uniform civilian component of the U.S. Coast Guard. It was founded in 1939 by an Act of Congress as the US Coast Guard Reserve and re-designated the Coast Guard Auxiliary in 1941. The 25,000 volunteer members (men and women) donate thousands of hours in support of Coast Guard missions.

The Coast Guard does more than just Search and Rescue, and with the exception of direct law enforcement and military action, the Auxiliary is there, side by side, working with regular and reserve Coast Guard units every step of the way. We're found in every part of the United States, not just where Recreational Boating is found.

The National Organization is broken down along the lines of the Coast Guard Districts (some districts are further sub-divided for ease of administration). Districts are then sub-divided into Divisions, with these units further sub-divided into Flotillas. The Flotilla is the mainstay of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.

For more information, Contact Cliff Neve (