USCGC Sea Fox was the last Marine Protector-class coastal patrol USCGC SEA FOX HEADING SOUTH BETWEEN ANDERSON ISLAND AND KETRON ISLAND THE OVERCAST MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD, 2020, AROUND 2:10 PM. PICTURES BY ROBERT LYDEN, ANDERSON ISLAND, WA.
USCGC Sea Fox was the last Marine Protector-class coastal patrol boat to be built. Her home port is Bangor, Washington.[
Unlike most cutters in her class she is owned by the United States Navy, although she is staffed by United States Coast Guard personnel. She and her sister ship, USCGC Sea Devil are employed to protect the Navy's largest submarines, the nuclear-armed Ohio class, while in and near their moorings in Puget Sound. USCGC Sea Dragon and USCGC Sea Dog guard the submarine base in Kings Bay, Georgia. These four vessels mount an additional gyro-stabilized remotely controlled machine gun.