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USCG AirSta/SFO
Ediz Hook Road
Port Angeles, WA
98362-0159

Air Station / Sector Field Office (SFO) Port Angeles

Ediz Hook Road
Port Angeles, WA  98362-0159

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CGC Cuttyhunk (WPB 1322)

Ediz Hook Road
Port Angeles, WA 98362-0159
Telephone: (360) 417-5982
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Homeported in Port Angeles, the Coast Guard Cutter CUTTYHUNK is named after Cuttyhunk Island, the site of the first English settlement in New England located off of the Southern coast of Massachusetts. CGC CUTTYHUNK is the 22nd "Island Class" cutter (110' "B" class patrol boat) to join the fleet. It was built by Bollinger Shipyard in Lockport, Louisiana and commissioned October 5th 1988.  It is 110 feet in length and is equipped with twin V-16 Paxman Valenta diesel engines which moves her at a max speed of 30 knots.  This high speed, heavy weather cutter employs active-fin stabilizers to minimize motion and reduce crew fatigue. Primarily built as a law enforcement platform, like all Coast Guard units, CUTTYHUNK is considered a multimission resource used in SAR, marine environmental protection and national defense. Normal crew is 1 Officer, 2 Chiefs, and 13 enlisted.

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