Welcome Aboard!

Welcome to U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary's Division 10 D1NR. You will find information here about the activities in this Division that span its six member Flotillas. We hope that you consider joining one of our Flotillas to offer your time and service to help make boating safer for everyone.

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is comprised of over 30,000 volunteers dedicated to safer recreational boating on the coastal and inland waters of the United States. These volunteers undergo special training so that they are able to assist and augment the U.S. Coast Guard in its non-military, non-law enforcement programs such as free public vessel safety checks, public boating education, safety patrols, search and rescue, and aids to navigation patrols.

Division 10 2018 election results:
DCDR Sterling McClay
VCDR Mary Bentley

Division 10 is part of District 1 Northern Region (D1NR) with these six area Flotillas located in Central Massachusetts:

Flotilla 10-1, Worcester Flotilla 10-2, Tri-State Flotilla 10-3, North Central
Flotilla 10-4, Assabet Flotilla 10-7, Clinton Flotilla 10-10, Auburn
(view map of all flotilla meeting places)

Each Flotilla welcomes new members and provides the necessary training which opens a world of opportunities to boating safety enthusiasts.

« FREE Public Vessel Safety Check »

To obtain your free Vessel Safety Check, please visit the SafetySeal.net web site and use the "I Want a VSC" feature to locate a qualified Vessel Examiner in your area. (A qualified Vessel Examiner is a member of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary, the US Power Squadron, or both.)

« Classes and Publications »

Various boating classes are being held throughout the region and across the country. Find a class in the D1NR district near you or you can search the National Public Education Calendar Database for classes near a zip code. Please refer to the "Publications" link to the left for other relevant information.

« Join the Auxiliary »

To join the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary you must be 17 years of age or older and a United States citizen. Ownership of a boat, a radio station, or an aircraft is desirable but not mandatory. There are other requirements but they are not extraordinary. Check out our Join the Auxiliary page for more information.

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