SS Normandie sets a speed mark. Aerial view of SS Normandie as it gets underway leaving from port of Le Havre, France on May 29, 1935. Passenger ship SS Normandie en route on her first record breaking Atlantic crossing. A huge crowd gathered to see the ship off in Le Havre. Smoke coming out of large stacks on ship. Close-up view of rudder on ship slicing through water at high speed. Civilians standing on ship deck. Captain looks through binoculars. Passengers play badminton and table tennis on ship deck. Fleet of small boats escort the SS Normandie into New York harbor. Statue of Liberty in foreground. Passengers waving on arrival. Aerial view of New York City skyline and skyscrapers with SS Normandie ocean liner in harbor.
Role of United States Coast Guards. A map shows the location of Coast Guards stations along the Long Island coast and New York sands. Aeriel view of a beach. A ship approaches the coast. A crowded ocean resort as people bathe in the sea. Coast Guard rescues people during accidents on the ocean resort. Yacht and other pleasure crafts at the sea.
Role of United States Coast Guards. A United States cutter underway in the Atlantic Ocean to help a freighter with broken down engines. Disabled freighter underway at sea.
Role of United States Coast Guards. A United States Coast Guard patrol boat underway in the Atlantic Ocean. It chases a rum runner on a smuggling boat. Men fire a one pounder at the boat. Coast Guards aboard a smuggling vessel.
Role of United States Coast Guards. A United States Coast Guard cutter patrols in the iceberg rich area of the North Atlantic Ocean. Men aboard the cutter fire an artillery at an iceberg and it breaks.
Fishing activity aboard a commercial fishing boat in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Massachussetts in the United States. Fishing net being pulled aboard the boat. Net being emptied on the deck. Snow visible on part of deck.