Flotilla 17 Overview
Welcome to the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary in Kailua, Hawaii. We are the civilian, volunteer component of the United States Coast Guard Department of Homeland Security. We are dedicated to teaching the general public about boating safety through boating classes and offering free vessel safety checks.
The Flotilla 17 meeting takes place at 1800 hrs (6:00 pm) at Kaneohe Yacht Club, in Kaneohe in the dining room area every first Tuesday of the month. We are always looking for active new members to wear the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary uniform and share with their proud traditions and worthy missions with us. If you are interested in boating or PWC classes, joining the U.S.C.G. Auxiliary or new to the Kailua boating community, please feel free to contact us to learn more.
Email us at boating in Kailua for additional information. We think you will be as excited as we are about our training programs, new friendships and supporting our country! The public is welcome and if you would like more information about the USCG Auxiliary please email us at FC17. If you would like to know more about the Auxiliary in general please visit the National Web Site.
Activity conducted by U.S. Coast Guard & Auxiliary:
Photos - U.S. Coast Guard and Auxiliary in community.
USCG Ceremony at DHL Lighthouse, Honolulu - Diamond Head Lighthouse Slideshow - Arranged by Paul Lam
TRANSPAC 2007 Air Station Los Angeles (FOR RELEASE)
A Helicopter from Air Station Los Angeles helps provide a safety zone in the waters off Point Fermin, Calif. for one of the starts of the 2007 TRANSPAC Sailboat Race. Photo by CWO Scott Epperson.
Hawaii Boat Registration - Outdoor recreation can play a vital role in protecting our natural resources. When you register your boat, you do your part in sustaining resources that promote safe and responsible use of our nation's waters. Your registration dollars also help pay for marinas, boat ramps, lake clean up and much more.