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Built in 1920 at Herreshoff Manufacturing Co., Newport, R.I.
Acquired by the Navy from S.M Spalding, 15 July 1942, at Los Angeles, CA.
Placed in service, as Ramona (IX-76), 5 August 1942
Placed out of service, 1 April 1943
Struck from the Naval Register, 18 July 1944
Final Disposition, returned to her owner, 5 August 1944
Displacement 126 t.(fl)
Beam 23' 6"
Draft 14' 4"
Propulsion sail and auxiliary motor
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