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Welcome to Division 9 - District 1 North
Connecticut River Station
Island Pond Road, Northampton, MA | Ox Bow Marina


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Special Interest Links
Coast Guard Boating Safety Mobile APP | Learn about this FREE APP
Find a Boating Safety Course | Find out if a course is near you.
Locate a Vessel Inspection Site | Still time to get your boat inspected
Join the Team | All the contacts you need
District 1 North Units | Information on boating for the whole north east
National CGAUX web | Tons of information and links to even more.
You are in command! | Four easy steps to stay in command
Other websites | Other sites that have good information
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What we do
Division 9 is proud to serve the Connecticut River region in Massachusetts.  Currently two flotillas provide boating safety courses, perform vessel safety checks and patrol to aid boaters. Find out more about the flotilla nearest you by clicking on the links to the left.  Not all flotillas currently have websites, but there is contact information by clicking on the navigation bar to the left of your screen. Find the flotilla nearest your home or boat and click.   
Do not see "your" flotilla? Try
District 1 North Units

The Coast Guard Auxiliary
is the civilian, non-military component of the Coast Guard team, created by an act of Congress in 1939.  The Auxiliary directly supports the U.S. Department of Homeland Security by working with the United States Coast Guard to achieve all of its missions except military and law enforcement actions.

Recreational boating in the United States is growing rapidly. To help make boating safer for all, the Auxiliary needs more quality members, people like you!

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