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Caspian (ID 1380)



Civilian call sign:
Love - Cast - Have - Boy

Tug:

  • Built in 1912 by John Dialogue and Son, Camden, NJ
  • Considered for Naval use during World War I, and assigned the registry ID-1380, in early March 1918 she was ordered taken over. However, this action was cancelled and Caspian remained in the possession of her owner
  • Fate unknown.

    Specifications:

    Displacement 125 t.
    Length 80' 6"
    Beam 21' 6"
    Draft 10' 2"
    Speed unknown
    Complement eight
    Armament: None
    Propulsion: one 500ihp steam engine, one shaft.


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    Caspian 112k Photographed circa 1917 or earlier.
    U.S. Navy photo NH 99885
    Naval Historical Center

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