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Margaret (SP 531)


Margaret, a 58-gross-ton auxiliary schooner, was built in 1903 at Boston, Massachusetts, as the pleasure craft Savarona I. Acquired by the Navy for World War I service, she was commissioned in May 1917 as USS Margaret (SP-531) and renamed SP-531 the following year. She was stricken from the list of Naval vessels in September 1919 and sold in December of that year. Fate unknown.

Specifications: Unknown.
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Margaret 81k Alongside USS Constellation, probably at Newport, Rhode Island, c. 1917.
USN Photograph NH 100559
Naval Historical Center
Margaret 71k Alongside USS Constellation, probably at Newport, Rhode Island, c. 1917.
USN Photograph NH 101979
Naval Historical Center

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