Boating is FUN, We can show you how!
The main public service of United States Power Squadrons and
Coos Bay Squadron has been the safety education of boaters. As the organizations
have grown more services to the public have been added.
Through a program
known as Cooperative Charting, USPS and Coos Bay Squadron have assisted the
federal government in keeping navigation charts current by reporting
changes that have taken place since the last edition of the chart was printed.
Coos Bay squadron has adopted the Coos Bay chart #18587 and will be responsible
for keeping it up to date by reporting changes that affect navigation.
Another public service for boaters is the Vessel Safety Check program (VSC), the
program developed with the Coast Guard Auxilary to replace the CME ( Courtesy
Coos Bay Squadron also cooperates with the Coos
County Marine Deputies, the US Coast Guard and Auxillary and National Safe
Boating Council in promoting National Safe Boating Week and boating safety
through out the year.
For more information on any of these services contact
an officer of Coos Bay Squadron.
Squadron meetings are on the Second Sunday of each month, except during the
summer, and are held at the Squadron Building at the Boat Basin in Charleston.
The meetings begin at 1400 (2:00 PM).
To visit a meeting or for more
information about classes or how to become a member of the squadron contact one
of the Officers listed below.
CBPS bldg at 90346 Guano Rock Lane, Charleston OR;
Lat 43° 20'39"N Lo 124° 19'39"W
For rental information call Al (541)888-6178
OFFICERS of COOS BAY POWER SQUADRON
For captions, hold cursor on photos
Members are kept informed by three publications,
- click on "the Whistler" for online edition
BOAT SMART FROM THE START
Make Every Week a Safe Boating Week during 2013
For more information about USPS call 1-888-FOR-USPS
information about Coos Bay Squadron call: