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USCGC 214 - HOLLYHOCK; at home base in Port Huron

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USCGC 214 - HOLLYHOCK; at home base in Port Huron
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USCGC 214 - HOLLYHOCK; at home base in Port Huron

A digital photograph of the USCGC 214 - HOLLYHOCK. USCGC HOLLYHOCK's home dock is at 2700 Omar Street, Port Huron, MI. The United States Coast Guard Cutter HOLLYHOCK was launched Jan. 25. 2003 with primary missions of aids-to-navigation (maintenance, removal and replacement), search and rescue, environmental protection and ice-breaking. Hollyhock is a Juniper Class Seagoing Buoy Tender - 225 feet long, displacing 2,000 long tons, and powered by two diesel engines which power a single controllable pitch propeller. Hollyhock is also equipped with bow and stern thrusters, in addition to a 60-foot telescoping beam crane. Crewed by eight officers and 42 enlisted personnel.