Wednesday, Aug. 25
U.S. Coast Guard Station Chetco River received a land line phone call from a person on Pelican Beach reporting a disabled pleasure boat drifting into the surf zone. A 47-foot motor life boat, a 25 foot safe boat and a Beach Rescue Team were dispatched. The pleasure craft was able to restart its engine and did not require Coast Guard assistance.
Thursday, Aug. 26
U.S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue Detachment Rogue River received a report of a 20-foot pleasure craft aground.Coast Guard personnel maintained communications with the vessel until the tide came in and refloated the vessel.
Friday, Aug. 27
U.S. Coast Guard Station Chetco River received a phone call from a person on Sporthaven Beach reporting a 14-foot pleasure craft with engine trouble drifting in toward the beach. A 47-foot motor life boat was launched to assist the vessel. The engine was restarted on the pleasure craft and the motor lifeboat escorted them into Brookings Harbor.
Sunday, Aug. 29
U.S. Coast Guard Station Chetco River received a VHF call from the crew of a 14-foot pleasure craft that, because of the weather, was unable to make headway from McVay Beach. A 47-foot motor life boat was launched to assist the pleasure craft and escorted it back to the Port of Brookings Harbor.
Tuesday, Aug. 31
U.S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue Detachment Rogue River received a VHF radio call from the crew of a disabled pleasure craft near Pyramid Rock. A 47-foot motor lifeboat was launched and towed the disabled vessel to the Port of Gold Beach.