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SECTOR BOSTON (01-37010)
427 COMMERCIAL ST
BOSTON, MA 02109
Primary Phone: (617) 223-3123
Emergency Phone: (617) 223-5757
Fax Number: (617) 223-8219
Rescue 21 VHF DSC MMSI Number: 003669901
Quick Link http://homeport.uscg.mil/boston
Contact Us
Response Phone: 617-223-3117
Incident Mgmt. Phone: 617-223-5070
Enforcement Phone: 617-223-3082
Prevention Phone: 617-223-3001
Inspection Phone: 617-223-3020
Investigations Phone: 617-557-9081
Waterways Management Phone: 617-223-5445
Prep/Planning Phone: 617-223-3008
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National Response Center Number: 800-424-8802 - Contact the NRC for oil spills, hazmat releases, and America's Waterway Watch.
 
 
 
 
 
 


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                        WEYMOUTH
                        OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONSOPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
                        RESTRICTIONS TO VESSEL TRAFFIC ON THE WEYMOUTH FORE RIVER NAVIGATIONAL CHANNEL: The announced closure of the bridge has been delayed until Wed, 28 Sept. The navigational channel beneath the Fore River Bridge is currently limited to those vessels with less than a 170 foot height/air draft. This restriction will remain in effect until 6 a.m. on 28 Sept when the bridge will be closed in the down position until 8 a.m. on 5 Oct. This closure will only effect vessels with a 50 foot or greater air draft. 09/26/2016
                        BEVERLY
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        BOSTON
                        OPENOPEN
                        Mariners should take notice of the following: 1) Construction barges & cranes continue to work in the Exelon Inlet, in the Reserved Channel's Southwest corner, adjacent to the bridge. 2) Tall ships are due to arrive in Boston next year for a 6 day event. The ships will parade into Boston Harbor on 6/17/2017 and depart on 6/22/2017 (no parade as they depart). More details will follow as they become available. 06/23/2016
                        BRAINTREE
                        OPENOPEN
                        Mariners should take notice of interruptions with Fore River Bridge replacement project. 07/08/2016
                        CHELSEA RIVER
                        OPENOPEN
                        01/13/2014
                        COHASSET
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        DUXBURY
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        GLOUCESTER INCLUDING ANNISQUAM RIVER
                        OPENOPEN
                        07/28/2014
                        GREEN HARBOR
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        HINGHAM
                        OPENOPEN
                        03/19/2015
                        LYNN
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        MANCHESTER
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        MARBLEHEAD
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        NEWBURYPORT
                        OPENOPEN
                        The Whittier Bridge improvement project over the Merrimack River continues. Interested parties can check this website for project updates: http://whittierbridge.mhd.state.ma.us/about/overview.aspx 06/24/2014
                        PLYMOUTH
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        QUINCY
                        OPENOPEN
                        Mariners should take notice of interruptions with the Fore River Bridge replacement project. See details for Weymouth. 08/05/2016
                        ROCKPORT
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        SALEM
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
                        SCITUATE
                        OPENOPEN
                        11/01/2012
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