Capt. Kelly Denning relieved Capt. Will Watson as commander of Coast Guard Sector New Orleans, April 14, at a change of command ceremony presided over by Rear Adm. Richard Timme, commander, Coast
The Coast Guard captain-of-the-port, New Orleans, Capt. Will Watson, has lifted daylight transit only restrictions for deep-draft vessels operating south of Mile 203 on the Lower Mississippi River. The change was announced
The Coast Guard captain-of-the-port, New Orleans, Capt. Will Watson, has opened the Lower Mississippi River to all vessel traffic in New Orleans and key ports throughout Southeast Louisiana, following Hurricane Ida. After
As parts of the eastern U.S. woke up today to deal with the lingering but still damaging effects of the remnants of Ida, recovery efforts in the Gulf Coast area continued. Many
A fifth body of a SEACOR Power crewmember was recovered Sunday, bringing the total number of fatalities in the capsize of the lift boat to five. Six people have been saved. Eight
In an update released Friday evening, the Coast Guard reports that divers from Donjon Marine Company who were diving on the capsized Seacor Power lift boat had recovered two more unresponsive people.
The Coast Guard is continuing to search for possible survivors following the capsizing yesterday of the 129-foot SEACOR Marine lift boat SEACOR Power in a storm, when it was 8 miles south
The U.S. Gulf Coast, and Louisiana in particular, was this morning getting ready for the arrival of Hurricane Delta, which threatens to tear through areas still recovering from Hurricane Laura which hit