Today Chicamacomico was quite thrilled to host Michael Maloney who was administered the Oath of Office by Sean Maloney, his Dad. Michael enlisted in the USCG under the Direct Admission Law Specialty Program and will [...]
In a tribute to victory acres, war bonds, and heroic efforts in battles and at home, a traveling exhibition commemorating the centennial of the U.S. entry into World War I opens in Rodanthe, NC at [...]
CHA Treasurer Ralph Buxton unveils two paintings by renowned maritime artist Austin Dwyer depicting the Mirlo Rescue.
“I hereby declare that the Keel of Midgett (WMSL 757) has been Truly and Fairly Laid,” Jazania O’Neal of Rodanthe announced at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, MS. The Authentication of the Keel ceremony for the [...]
Notable shipwrecks responded to by the Chicamacomico station from 1897 to 1915 » New York Times Article • 2-24-1897: Samuel W. Wall; Schooner rig; 306 ton; crew 7; 7 saved; beach apparatus used. • 2-17-1898: [...]
In 1874, seven Life-Saving Stations were built in North Carolina. Chicamacomico Station was the first completed and commissioned Life-Saving Station in North Carolina. It is the birthplace of the USCG in North Carolina and we [...]