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Patrol Yacht Photo Archive
Call sign (1910):
Nan - Tare - Have
Inca served both the U. S. Navy and the Louisiana Naval Militia
Patrol Yacht:Built in 1880 by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, PA for George A. OsgoodPurchased by the Navy in 1898Commissioned 30 June 1898Decommissioned 24 September 1898Loaned to the Louisiana Naval Militia 16 November 1998Transferred to the State of Louisiana 26 December 1898Struck from the Navy list 23 October 1915Sunk at New Orleans, LA during a hurricane soon afterward.
Specifications:Displacement 369 t.Length 164' 7"Beam 23' 7"Draft 9' 3"Speed 14 kts.Complement 57Armament: Two 3-pounder rapid fire mountsPropulsion: Two single ended boilers, one 920hp vertical double expansion steam engine, one shaft
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||31 May 1886
Photo from the Nathaniel L. Stebbins photographic collection
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