Definition of harbormaster
: an officer who executes the regulations respecting the use of a harbor
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Typically, between 300 and 325 vessels are docked there, sometimes more than 400 during the summer season, said Dave Borg, Juneau harbormaster.
The Coast Guard says its crew, the Provincetown harbormaster, and local emergency responders coordinated the rescue, picking up 44 people by boat and safely returning them to shore.
Harbormasters and Emerald Sea crew members used absorbent pads for the cleanup.
Mark Alsobrook, the harbormaster based at the OCSD headquarters in Corona del Mar, said the sheriff’s department will still enforce boating laws and protect public safety on the water.
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