>Station Valdez


Coast Guards Northern Most Small Boat Station
Station Valdez History
Formerly called Marine Safety Office – Boat Force Division. Station Valdez stood up as a station in December of 2004. The main responsibilities for Station Valdez include Homeland Defense, Search & Rescue, Law enforcement, and Waterborne security for the Alyeska Pipeline Terminal. Valdez is the northernmost ice-free port in North America. It is situated at the head of a deep, Stillwater fjord in the northeast area of Prince William Sound. Valdez is surrounded within the Chugach Mountains that are some of the most heavily glaciated mountains in the northwest. The population of Valdez is around 4,000. Coast Guard members and family members contribute roughly 250 people to the population of Valdez.
Station Valdez Crew
Station Valdez consists of 23 enlisted members.
1 – Chief Boatswains Mate
1 – Boatswains Mate First Class
1 – Machinery Technician First Class
5 – Boatswains Mate Second Class
3 – Machinery Technician Second Class
6 – Boatswains Mate Third Class
3 – Machinery Technician Third Class
3 – Non-Rated Personnel
Contact Station Valdez
Drop us a line or come by the Station for a tour of 25′ and 27′ S.A.F.E.® boats. We’re located at 307 Galena St. in Valdez Alaska. Daily tours are given between 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Our mailing address is: P.O. Box 2816, Valdez, AK. 99686.
Station Valdez Watch Stander: (907) 834-5350
Officer in Charge: (907) 834-5351
Executive Petty Officer: (907) 834-5352
Engineering Petty Officer: (907) 834-5353