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Last Post 31 Oct 2016 09:18 AM by drumbeater. 12 Replies.
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26 Oct 2016 01:34 PM
    Our coast guardsman is going to be stationed on a cutter that is currently in dry dock. He will be in Baltimore for 4-5 months until they leave port. Any idea on whether he might be in on base housing, or should we start looking for apartments, etc? He is single, no spouse or dependents.
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    26 Oct 2016 01:47 PM
    This may help...https://www.uscg.mil/d5/staannapolis/docs/USCG%20REGIONAL%20HOUSING%20DETACHMENT.pdf
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    26 Oct 2016 02:30 PM
    I found that online. Looks like mandatory on base for single persons unless approved by the MAA
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    26 Oct 2016 06:19 PM
    Just because a ship is in drydock/ the yard nothing says he won't be living on the ship. Eight cutters, seven dry docks only once was I put up off the cutter.
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    26 Oct 2016 06:57 PM
    If the ship is in dry dock away from home port the crew is either living on the ship during that time or staying in a hotel near the dry dock location.
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    27 Oct 2016 01:49 PM
    My son has been on 2 ships, 2 dry docks. Both times the entire crew was put up in a hotel. They weren't allowed to stay aboard ship.
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    27 Oct 2016 02:56 PM
    This is the USCGC Eagle. I figured that might be a different situation. Maybe not, we will wait and see for sure.
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    27 Oct 2016 03:42 PM
    Dry dock is dry dock.
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    27 Oct 2016 05:48 PM
    Since the Eagle is home ported in the Yards, he will be living in the barracks. They are pretty nice barracks and they are only a five minute walk across base to his cutter. I hope he has a great time on the Eagle- he will definitely learn a lot in the next two years!
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    27 Oct 2016 09:17 PM
    Posted By Old Guard2 on 27 Oct 2016 01:49 PM
    My son has been on 2 ships, 2 dry docks. Both times the entire crew was put up in a hotel. They weren't allowed to stay aboard ship.

    We had to live on the ship for about a month at the end of dry dock for our 378. It was miserable.
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    27 Oct 2016 10:50 PM
    The Seneca, that started on board the first couple of weeks. I think it was when the contractors started hot welding and water was secured, that's when they went to the hotel for the remainder. On the MIDGETT I remember it being the opposite, I think, they went to the hotel pretty quickly but were back on board thru the last few weeks. I know both boats it was split but there was certainly hotel time involved while in dry dock.
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    30 Oct 2016 11:07 PM
    I once ate a breakfast of cold hard eggs and cold greasy bacon off of a soggy paper plate on a raining freezing snotty morning standing on the dry dock barge next to our anchor chain, at the bow of our ship, which was our home and hauled completely out of the harbor, anchor chain which I guess was expected to be used as our seats, as grimy and rusty as it was, so I find your question amusing. With no galley, holes in the hull, and only some heat in our berthing aboard ship, we lived in the bar across the street from the industrial disaster zone that our ship was in the yards. The bartender took pity on us, really, he did, because he lived upstairs from the bar and could look out his window and see where we lived. At least he had warm food and heat and cold beer. Lucky s.o.b.
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    31 Oct 2016 09:18 AM
    Hooligan, I get the sentiment. He will do what the CG tells him to do. One good thing about my son, he does what he's told, works hard, and doesn't complain.
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