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YC
Open Lighter (Non Self-propelled)


YC-42 steel-hulled coal barge
  • YC-42 on the building ways, exterior view, 12 September 1902
  • YC-42 on the building ways, interior view, 12 September 1902.
  • Built at Navy Yard Mare Island in 1902
  • Length 110''; Breadth 26'
  • YC-66-1 at Batabano, Cuba, circa 1923, where it was used to provide housing in support of survey work conducted by Hannibal (AG-1). Two of Hannibal's steam launches are tied up astern and a pair of the ship's pulling boats are hung from the barge's davits.
    US Navy photo # NH 99730, Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation. Collection of LeRoy R. Horstman, US Naval Historical Center
    YC-66-2 taking on coal from other barges, circa 1923, while employed as a house boat supporting survey work by Hannibal (AG-1) in Cuban waters
    US Navy photo # NH 99731, Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation. Collection of LeRoy R. Horstman, US Naval Historical Center
    YC-66-3 off Cienfuegos, Cuba, circa 1923, while employed as a house boat supporting survey work by Hannibal (AG-1)
    US Navy photo # NH 99732, Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation. Collection of LeRoy R. Horstman, US Naval Historical Center
  • Built in 1902 at Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, VA., as a Berthing Barge
  • Delivered in 1909
  • Transferred to the Sea Scouts in December 1929
  • Length 86' 2"; Breadth 29' 2", Draft 8'
  • YC-69 Reclassified YO-11
    YC-70 reclassified YE-27
    YC-79 Reclassified YO-13
    YC-80 Reclassified YO-14
    YC-81 Reclassified YO-15
    YC-88 Reclassified YO-17
    YC-96 A wood copper-sheathed coal barge
  • Built at Navy Yard Boston in 1904
  • Delivered in 1904 - Assigned to 1st Naval District
  • Reclassified Floating Crane (Non Self Propelled) YD-20 in 1911
  • Length 87''; Breadth 30'
  • YC-108 with line attached to USS Koka (ATA-185) circa September 1962 - June 1964. Photo courtesy National Association of Fleet Sailors, contributed by Peter Littlefield, former USS Koka Executive Officer
    YC-138 (Coal Barge No. 138) converted to Dredge No. 5
    YC-164 (Coal Barge No. 164) converted to Floating Work Ship No. 5
    YC-178 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-181 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-210 (Coal Barge No. 210) redesignated Freight Lighter No. 54 (YF-54)
    YC-239 and, on the right, YC-246 under construction aft of the United States Shipping Board transport SS President Taft in dry dock number 2 at Navy Yard Mare Island, Vallejo, CA., circa 5 to 18 June 1924.
    File name: MINSY A-26-2 Jun 24, Navy Photo, June 1924.
    YC-246 and, on the left, YC-239 under construction aft of the United States Shipping Board transport SS President Taft in dry dock number 2 at Navy Yard Mare Island, Vallejo, CA., circa 5 to 18 June 1924.
    File name: MINSY A-26-2 Jun 24, Navy Photo, June 1924.
    YC-274 Reclassified YR-20
    YC-279 in the left background as the Crane Ship Kearsarge works alongside during the re-gunning of the battleship Idaho (BB-42) at Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, WA., circa, later 1920s.
    US Navy photo # NH 43459 from the collections of the US Historical Center
    YC-288 at Boston Navy Yard with a load of ammunition, circa mid-1920s
    Built in 1914, at Boston Navy Yard as Coal Barge No. 288
    Sold in 1935
    YC-293 alongside Permit (SS-178) at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA., 12 January 1943.
    US National Archives photo # 19-N-40141 a US Navy Bureau of Ships photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
    YC-294 Reclassified YR-21
    YC-296 Reclassified YR-22
    YC-297 (Coal Barge No. 297) under construction at Navy Yard Mare Island, Vallejo, CA., 10 October 1913.
    YC-307 alongside US Army Transport U. S. Grant at Mare Island Navy Yard, 21 April 1927
    Steel-hulled open lighter laid down at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath=34'.
  • YC-308 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath 34'.
  • YC-309 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath 34'.
  • YC-310 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath 34'.
  • YC-311 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath 34'.
  • YC-312-1 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922 in the background with YW-103 moored to a pier in the foreground, Mare Island, 12 January 1945
    Mare Island Navy Yard photo # 252-45

    YC-312-2 moored outboard of YF-509 in the distance beyond Flier (SS-250) at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA., 27 April 1944.
    US Navy photo # NH 98328 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center
  • Built in 1915 at Navy Yard Mare Island
  • Delivered in 1915
  • Reclassified Submarine Repair and Berthing Barge YRB-12, 26 August 1948
  • Displacement 590 t., Length 110', Breadth 34', Draft 8'
  • YC-313 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath=34'.
  • YC-314 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath=34'.
  • YC-315 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath=34'.
  • YC-316 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island launching 26 August 1915
  • Length 110", Breath=34'.
  • YC-317 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath=34'.
  • YC-318 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath=34'.
  • YC-319 steel-hulled open lighter laid down on building ways #1 at Navy Yard Mare Island circa 1915 - 1922
  • Length 110", Breath=34'.
  • YC-362 alongside President Hayes (AP-39) while loading partially dsassembled aircraft, probably at San Diego, CA. in the first half of 1942.
    US National Archives photo # 80-G-457907, a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
    Ex-YC-380, Redesignated YFN-380, is in the background of this photo of Preston (DD-379) at the Mare Island Navy Yard, CA., 15 August 1942. Photograph from the Bureau of Ships Collection in the U.S. National Archives
  • Built in 1940 by Basalt Rock, Co., Vallejo, CA.
  • Delivered in 1940
  • Reclassified Covered Lighter (Non Self-propelled) YFN-380
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 34'; Draft 8'
  • Final Dispostion, fate unknown
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-415 Reclassified Oil Storage Barge YOS-1
    YC-426 ex-Coal Barge No. 426 ex-Christiana (ID-2396)
    YC-442 as US Navy Concrete Barge # 442 in port, probably at the time she was inspected by the Third Naval District, 4 December 1918.
    US Navy photo # NH 99345 from the US Naval Historical Center.
  • Built in 1918 by Louis L. Brown at Verplank, New York, as US Navy Coal Barge # 442
  • Renamed YC-442 17 July 1920
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 11 September 1923, after having been lost by sinking.
  • Displacement 442 t.; Length 112'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
  • YC-467 alongside an unknown vessel, date and place unknown.
  • Built in 1918
  • Delivered in 1918
  • Reclassified Non Self-propelled Covered YFN-218 in 1930
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 34'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-516 possibly photographed when inspected as Concrete Barge # 1 by the Third Naval District, 5 April 1918. She was assigned registry ID # 2531. This barge, chartered by the Navy in September 1918, was returned to her owner, 28 October 1919. While in Naval service she was known as Coal Barge # 516.
    US Navy photo # NH 102832 from the US Naval Historical Center
    YC-537 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-623 ex Coal Barge No. 623, ex Barge No.8 (ID# 3397) Reclassified YF-256
    YC-624 ex Coal Barge No. 624, ex Barge No.10 (ID# 3384)
    YC-625 ex Coal Barge No. 625, ex Barge No.11 (ID# 3374)
    YC-626 ex Coal Barge No. 626, ex Barge No.12 (ID# 3398) Reclassified YFNX-3
    YC-643 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-644 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-646 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-647 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-648 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-649 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-652 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-659 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-660 ex YF-161
    YC-673 lost, 10 December 1941, with the surrender of Guam to Japanese occupation forces, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-674 lost, 10 December 1941, with the surrender of Guam to Japanese occupation forces, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-683 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-685 lost, 10 December 1941, with the surrender of Guam to Japanese occupation forces, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-701 Reclassified YR-23
    YC-714 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-715 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-716 lost incident to the Japanese occupation of the Philippine Islands, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-717 lost, 10 December 1941, with the surrender of Guam to Japanese occupation forces, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-718 lost, 10 December 1941, with the surrender of Guam to Japanese occupation forces, struck from the Naval Register, 24 July 1942
    YC-728 alongside an unknown vessel, date and place unknown.
  • Laid down, 16 May 1941, at Dravo Corp, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Launched, 30 June 1941
  • Delivered, 1 June1942
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register (date unknown
  • Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) by Exchange/Sale for reuse/conversion, 13 September 1995
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-755-1 bow on view while moored to a buoy at Ulithi Atoll. Used as a berthing barge for crew of Carmite (IX-152), circa 1944.
    YC-755-2 broadside view while moored to a buoy at Ulithi Atoll. Used as a berthing barge for crew of Carmite (IX-152), circa 1944.
  • Laid down (date and place unknown)
  • Launched (date unknown)
  • Delivered (date unknown)
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register (date unknown
  • Final Disposition, fate unknown
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Bill Welsh in honor of his father Sgt. William C. Welsh USMCR Carmita Marine Detachment
  • YC-760 moored pierside, date and place unknown.
  • Laid down (date unknown) at J. Russell Engineering Works
  • Launched (date unknown)
  • Delivered, 2 July 1941
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 11 December 2000
  • Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for reuse/conversion, 25 November 2002
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-764-1 moored pierside, at Boston Naval Shipyard, date unknown
    YC-764-2 is at right with US Navy Bathyscaphe Trieste 1, operating at dockside at the Boston Naval Shipyard, Charlestown, MA., with a diver and crew assisting, 12 June 1963. Billfish (SS-286) is in the center distance. Photographed by Belcher, Mobile Photo Group. View was probably taken during tests supporting the investigation into the loss of Thresher (SSN-593).
    US Navy photo # NH 96803 from the US Naval Historical Center.
  • Laid down, (date and place unknown)
  • Launched (date unknown)
  • Delivered, (date unknown)
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 11 December 2000
  • Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping, 1 February 1985
    YC-764-1 photo submitted by © Richard Leonhardt
  • YC-800 and YC-800 alongside the battleship USS California (BB-44) at Puget Sound Navy Yard, 28 April 1945.
    US Navy BuShips photos # 2106-45, and 2113-45, courtesy David Buell and Mike Green
  • Laid down, 25 November 1942, at Pacific Car & Foundry Co., Renton. WA.
  • Launched, 22 December 1942
  • Delivered and placed in service at Puget Sound Navy Yard, 24 December 1942
  • Status, active in service
  • Length 110'; Beam 31'; Draft, 4'; Displacement 100 t.(lt), 350 t.(fl)
  • YC-824 alongside Saugatuck (AO-75) in San Francisco Bay, circa late-1945 early-1946
  • Laid down, 16 July 1942 at Basalt Rock Co. Inc, Vallejo, CA.
  • Launched, 1 September 1942
  • Delivered and placed in service, 1 October 1942
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 9 October 1997
  • Reclassified as equipment, 16 July 1998
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
  • YC-829 moored pierside, date and place unknown.
  • Laid down, 24 September 1942 at Independent Iron Works
  • Launched, 1 December 1942
  • Delivered and placed in service, 1 December 1942
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 9 October 1997
  • Disposed of by transfer to other Government Agencies, States. Schools, Sea Scouts, etc., 29 April 1998
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-832 is in the right background of this aft plan view of Searaven (SS-196) at the Mare Island Navy Yard, CA., 13 May 1943.
    US National Archives photo # 19-N-46412 a US Navy photo now in the collections of the US National Archives
  • Laid down, 5 January 1943, at Independent Iron Works
  • Launched, 1 November 1942
  • Delivered and placed in service, 1 February 1943
  • Placed out of service, 14 April 1998
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 2 October 1995
  • Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for reuse/conversion, 14 April 1998
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
  • YC-833 moored pierside, date and place unknown.
  • Laid down, 5 January 1943, at Independent Iron Works
  • Launched, 1 March 1943
  • Delivered and placed in service, 1 March 1943
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 10 September 1997
  • Disposed of by transfer to other Government Agencies, States. Schools, Sea Scouts, etc., 8 July1998
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-881 is partially visible in the right background of this photo of Calamares (AF-18). docked at San Francisco, CA., 21 August 1943. Ganymede (AK-104) is in the left distance.
    US Navy photo # NH 99762 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center
  • Laid down (date and place unknown)
  • Launched (date unknown)
  • Delivered and placed in service (date unknown)
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register (date unknown)
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
  • YC-882 is partially visible in the right background of this photo of Calamares (AF-18) docked at San Francisco, CA., 21 August 1943.
    US Navy photo # NH 99764 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center
  • Laid down (date and place unknown)
  • Launched (date unknown)
  • Delivered and placed in service (date unknown)
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register (date unknown)
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
  • YC-883 is in the left center background of this photo of Calamares (AF-18) docked at San Francisco, CA., 21 August 1943.
    US Navy photo # NH 99765 from the collections of the US Naval Historical Center
  • Laid down (date and place unknown)
  • Launched (date unknown)
  • Delivered and placed in service (date unknown)
  • Placed out of service (date unknown)
  • Struck from the Naval Register (date unknown)
  • Disposed of by transfer to th War Shipping Administration, 14 May 1947
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-891 lost, 18 April 1945, foundered and sank while in tow by the harbor tug Mauvila (YT-328) off Key West, FL
    YC-966 see YD-98
    YC-982 is in the middle of this photo of USS Drum (SSN-677), right, on the building way at Mare Island, 10 May 1970. US Army Barge BG-6383 is to the far left
    Mare Island Naval Shipyard photo # MINSY 98059-5-70
    Laid down, date unknown, at Basalt Rock Co., Napa, CA.
    Launched, date unknown
    Delivered and placed in service, date unknown, at Navy Yard Mare Island
    Placed out of service, struck from the Naval Register and sold for scrapping by the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS), 1 September 1974
    Displacement 810 t.(lt) 930 t.(fl); Length 142'; Breadth 42'; Draft 7'
    Submitted by Darryl Baker
    YC-1079 redesignated YRB-22
    YC-1085 moored pierside, date and place unknown
  • Laid down, 24 April 1945
  • Assigned to Long Beach Naval Shipyard, Long Beach, CA.
  • In reserve out of service, October 1946
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 26 July 1994
  • Disposed of, by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) , type of disposal not known,
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 34'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1115 being used to test YD-171 after the crane was reassembled, circa 1947, Long Beach Naval Shipyard.
    The 425 ton barge YC-1115 being lifted by YD-171 at Long Beach Naval Shipyard, circa 1947-1961
    YC-1115 moored at Long Beach Naval Shipyard, date unknown.
    Built in 1945, Delivered in 1945
    Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 34'; Draft 8'
    Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping, 9 January 1974
    YC-1220 redesignated YRB-13
    YC-1369 and Waukegan (YTM-755) alongside USS Mauna Loa (AE-8) while off loading at San Juan, circa 1964-1975.
    US Navy photo # USN 1111131 from the collections of the US Naval History and Heritage Command
    Contributed by Robert Hurst
    YC-1376 moored pierside, date and place unknown
  • Laid down, 9 November 1951, at Burton Construction & Shipbuilding Co.
  • Launched, 8 December 1951
  • Delivered, 8 April 1952
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 4 April 1995
  • Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for reuse/conversion, 22 November 1999
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 34'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1432 underway while in tow with an unidentified tug, date and place unknown
  • Laid down, 2 November 1959, at Horne Bros. Inc.
  • Launched, 17 December 1959
  • Delivered, 12 January 1960
  • Active in service - Assigned to Naval Weapons Support Facility, Yorktown, VA.
  • Displacement 110 t.(lt) 680 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 34'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1433 underway while in tow with an unidentified tug, date and place unknown
  • Laid down, 20 November 1959, at Horne Bros. Inc.
  • Launched, 4 February 1960
  • Delivered, 12 February 1960
  • Active in service - Assigned to Commander Submarine Force, US Atlantic Fleet
  • Withdrawn from disposal, strike removed, reinstated in the Naval Register and placed in service, 19 February 2002
  • Displacement 110 t.(lt) 680 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 34'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1458 moored at the stern of Richland (AFDM-8), at Guam during the 1970s. The propellers of Ponchatoula (AO-148) are clearly visible in this photo.
  • Laid down, date and place unknown
  • Launched, date unknown
  • Delivered and placed in service, date unknown
  • Final Disposition, disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping, 1 February 1985
  • Displacement 144 t.(lt) 694 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 32'; Draft 8'
    US Navy photo US Navy photo # NH 99063
  • YC-1469 moored to an unidentified ship, date and place unknown
  • Laid down, 20 September 1966, at Hydraulic Supply
  • Launched, 23 January 1967
  • Delivered, 25 January 1967
  • Active in service - Assigned to Commander Naval Region Northwest
  • Displacement 144 t.(lt) 694 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 32'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1473 moored pierside, date and place unknown
  • Laid down, 1 March 1967, at Hydraulic Supply
  • Launched, 4 April 1967
  • Delivered, 5 April 1967
  • Active in service - Assigned to Naval Station San Diego, CA.
  • Displacement 144 t.(lt) 694 t.(fl), Length 110', Breadth 32', Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1500 moored alongside and unidentified aircraft carrier, date and place unknown
  • Laid down, 12 August 1968, at Naval Shipyard Philadelphia, PA., as Covered Lighter (Non Self-propelled) YFN-1244
  • Launched, 20 November 1968
  • Delivered, 27 December 1968
  • Struck from the Naval Register, 16 February 2002
  • Sold through the General Services Administration (GSA) for reuse, 16 August 2002
  • Displacement 160 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1531
  • Laid down, date unknown, at Wiley Manufacturing Co. as Open Lighter BC 6285
  • Launched, date unknown
  • Delivered and placed in service as YC-1531, 1 June 1952
  • Allocated Naval Base Sasebo, Japan, date unknown
  • Modified as an electric generating barge, date unknown
  • Placed out of service and struck from the Naval Register, 20 July 2007
  • Final Disposition, disposed of by Navy sale, 27 October 2010
    Specifications
    Displacement 160 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl)
    Length 117'
    Breadth 33'
    Draft 4'
  • YC-1596, date and place unknown
  • Built by Moss Point Marine Inc., Escatawpa, MS. in 1985
  • Delivered, 1 April 1987
  • Active in service - Assigned to Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit, Charleston, S.C.
  • Displacement 120 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 32'; Draft 10'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1605 moored at San Diego, CA. (date unknown)
  • Built by American Pipe, LA., as Non Self-propelled Covered Lighter YFN-659
  • Laid down, 18 August 1944
  • Launched, 7 October 1944
  • Delivered, 10 October 1944
  • Active in service - Assigned to Submarine Squadron 11, San Diego, CA.,
  • Redesignated Non Self-propelled Open Lighter YC-1605 date unknown,
  • Struck 15 November 2005
  • To be disposed of by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) by Exchange/Sale for reuse/conversion, 15 November 2005
  • Displacement 160 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl), Length 110', Breadth 35', Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1606 moored at San Diego (date unknown)
  • Laid down, 27 March 1945, at American Pipe, LA., as Non Self-propelled Covered Lighter YFN-955
  • Launched, 5 May 1945
  • Delivered, 8 May1945
  • Redesignated Non Self=propelled Open Lighter YC-1606 date unknown
  • Struck 15 November 2005
  • To be disposed of by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) by Exchange/Sale for reuse/conversion, 15 November 2005
  • Displacement 160 t.(lt) 590 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 35'; Draft 8'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1643 (See IX-519)
    YC-1648, date and place unknown
    Laid down in 1993 at Orange Shipbuilding Co., Orange, TX.
  • Delivered 1 November 1994
  • Active in service - Assigned to Naval Support Activity, New Orleans, LA.
  • Displacement 115 t.(lt) 659 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 32'; Draft 7'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1665 under tow with an LSM, date and place unknown
  • Laid down in 1993 at Orange Shipbuilding Co., Orange, TX.
  • Delivered 1 May 1995
  • Active in service - Assigned to Commander Naval Region Northwest
  • Displacement 115 t.(lt) 659 t.(fl); Length 110'; Breadth 32'; Draft 7'
    Submitted by Scott Odell
  • YC-1676 ex-YFNB-1267
    YC-1677 ex-YFNB-1266

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