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SECTOR NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND (01-37000)
259 HIGH STREET
SOUTH PORTLAND, ME 04106
Primary Phone: 207-767-0320
Emergency Phone: 207-767-0303
Fax Number: 207-767-0328
URL: http://www.uscg.mil/d1/sectnne/
Quick Link http://homeport.uscg.mil/northernnewengland
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Response Phone: 207-780-3675
Incident Mgmt. Phone: 207-767-0333
Enforcement Phone: 207-767-0342
Prevention Phone: 207-767-0333
Inspection Phone: 207-741-5431
Investigations Phone: 207-347-5005
Waterways Management Phone: 207-347-5015
Prep/Planning Phone: 207-767-0328
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America's Waterway Watch
National Response Center Number: 800-424-8802 - Contact the NRC for oil spills, hazmat releases, and America's Waterway Watch.
 
 
 
 
 
 


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                            The MARSEC Level for COTP Sector Northern New England is MARSEC 1 for all facilities and vessels.
                             
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                            NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND (PORTLAND, MAINE) Port Status Information
                             Port Status Comments Last Changed
                            EASTPORT
                            OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONSOPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
                            Safety Zone in effect at the Eastport Breakwater during repairs. All vessels are restricted from approaching within 100 yards of eastern face. 05/28/2016
                            PORTSMOUTH, NH
                            OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONSOPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
                            RNA in effect for construction of the Sarah Long Bridge thru May 2019. 05/28/2016
                            SOUTH BRISTOL
                            OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONSOPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS
                            RNA in effect thru April 2017. DRAW BRIDGE NOW OPEN. Closures authorized by COTP thru July 05/28/2016
                            BANGOR, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            BAR HARBOR, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            BATH, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            BELFAST, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            BOOTHBAY HARBOR, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            BUCKSPORT, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            BURLINGTON, VT
                            OPENOPEN
                            Deviation of draw bridge regulations at the Grand Isle Gut Bridge authorized to complete maintenance. 05/28/2016
                            CUMBERLAND HEAD, NY - GRAND ISLE, VT
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            ESSEX, NY - CHARLOTTE, VT
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            JONESPORT, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            KENNEBEC RIVER - CHOPS POINT TO RICHMOND
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            KENNEBEC RIVER -RICHMOND TO GARDNER
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            KITTERY, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            PENOBSCOT RIVER, BANGOR TO CROSBY NARROWS
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            PORTLAND HARBOR
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            ROCKLAND, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            SEARSPORT, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
                            SOUTHWEST HARBOR, ME
                            OPENOPEN
                            05/28/2016
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