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Salvage vessel Resolute keeping Edsel Ford's yacht Sialia afloat at the Atlantic Works, East Boston, after she was nearly wrecked on the Hens and Chickens Reef. The salvage ship freed the yacht from the reef, towed her to the yard, and pumped her out
Photographed by Leslie Jones, 1929, courtesy of the Boston Public Library, Leslie Jones Collection from Shipscribe.com
|01||LTJG William E. Marcyes, USNRF||10 September 1918|
|02||LT Edward George Dennison, USNRF||1919|
Resolute was based at Central District Salvage Station, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y., throughout her Navy career. She performed local towing duty, took part in several salvage operations, and assisted in patrolling the local anchorages into 1919. Decommissioned 15 May 1919, Resolute was sold to her former owner the same day.
During early 1942 Resolute again served the Navy, operating for several months under a charter to perform salvage work on the east coast. Resolute remained in mercantile service until scrapped in 1955.
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