Coast Guard Establishes Naval Vessel Protection Zone

Thursday, October 07, 2004
The U.S. Coast Guard established a naval vessel protection zone, effective through October 12, in the vicinity of the Stapleton Homeport Pier on Staten Island and around the naval vessels (U.S. and foreign) participating in the NATO fleet visit. Nonmilitary vessels may not approach within 500 yards of these naval vessels.

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