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Wyandance (SP 359)


Motorboat: Built in 1905 by the Electric Boat Co., Bayonne, NJ; Acquired by the Navy 19 June 1917; Commissioned 24 August 1917 at New York; Decommissioned in 1918; Struck from the Navy list 2 February 1918 and returned to her owner, Mr. M. S. Burrill of Jericho, Long Island, NY. Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 21 t.; Length 60' 11"; Beam 11' 7"; Depth of hold 5' 7"; Draft 1' 11" (forward); Speed 14 kts.; Complement five; Armament two 1-pounders.


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Wyandance 149k 2 October 1917
Brooklyn Navy Yard
Photo by Burnell - Poole
National Archives photo 165WGZ-K-16
Dan Treadwell

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