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Welcome to the Flotilla 2-5, District 13 Web Site

Welcome to Flotilla 2-5

Flotilla 2-5 operates out of Renton, WA. We are one of three flotillas in District 13, Division 2 which serves the Greater Seattle area. We are proud to work along side our Active and Reserve Duty counterparts in the areas of Recreational Boating Safety, Operations and Marine Safety, and Mission Support.


                                2024 Flotilla 2-5 Bridge

 Flotilla Commander, Moti Krauthamer
 Vice Flotilla Commander, Byron Jennings
 Moti Krauthamer  Bryon Jennings



Flotilla 130-02-05 (also known as Flotilla 2-5) is the local unit of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary at the south end of Lake Washington serving Renton, Tukwila, Seatac, Burien and other suburban communities in south King County. We work in collaboration with flotillas in the Greater Seattle area and Pierce County. 

Our number one job is promoting recreational boating safety. Among our activities are conducting courtesy vessel safety checks and visiting local boat dealers, rental operations and marinas. We reach out to the public at community events, teach boating safety classes, and support the active duty Coast Guard on the land, water and in the air.

For more information about the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and the services we offer, we recommend that you visit this page of the: District 13 website

Learn more about our activities on the: Division 2 Facebook page

Flotilla 25 Meetings are held on the 4th Monday of each month at 7 p.m.

King County Fire District #20 Administration Building training room, 12424 76th Ave S, WA 98178

It’s fine to park in the parking lot in front but don’t park behind the building where their training area is located.  If need be, overflow parking is available behind the fire station across the street.

We have also been making it possible for members to participate by zoom.  The login information is included in the meeting agenda which is sent out before each meeting.

We are always looking for new members!  You must be a U.S. citizen over the age of 17 with no felony convictions. Please email our flotilla staff officer for human resources, Debra Alderman, for more information: