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Nausett (YT 35)
ex-Carl R. Gray (ID 2671)


Tug: Built in 1918 at Baltimore, MD; Acquired by the Navy 5 October 1918 and commissioned USS Carl R. Gray (ID 2671) the same day; Renamed and reclassified Nausett (YT 35), 24 November 1920; Decommissioned 28 February 1933 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard; Struck from the Navy Register 13 March 1933 and sold. Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 115 t.; Length 88' 10"; Beam 22' 6"; Draft 9' 6"; Speed unknown; Complement unknown; Armament unknown.


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Tug Carl R. Gray
Charles R. Gray 109k In port, possibly in the Norfolk, Virginia, area on 2 May 1918, when she was inspected by the Fifth Naval District.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99735
Naval Historical Center
USS Nausett (YT 35)
SC-353 104k SC-353, left, and USS SC-223 seen from USS Hannibal (AG-1) during the 1920s, while they were assisting with survey operations in Cuban waters. Tug in the left background is Nausett.
Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation. Collection of LeRoy R. Horstman.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99711
Naval Historical Center
Charles R. Gray 80k Tied astern of USS Hannibal (AG-1), at Delaware Breakwater, during the 1920s.
Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation.
Collection of LeRoy R. Horstman.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99712
Naval Historical Center
SC-353 156k SC-353, left, and USS SC-223, "Falling in formation to be towed", seen from USS Hannibal (AG-1) during the 1920s. The two submarine chasers worked with Hannibal on survey operations in Cuban waters. Tug in the left background is Nausett.
Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation. Collection of LeRoy R. Horstman.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99713
Naval Historical Center
Charles R. Gray 76k Underway during the 1920s, probably off Delaware Bay. Photographed from USS Hannibal (AG-1).
Courtesy of the Naval Historical Foundation.
Collection of LeRoy R. Horstman.
U.S. Navy photo NH 99715
Naval Historical Center
Charles R. Gray 77k At the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Pennsylvania, on 5 June 1926. The hospital ship Mercy (AH-4) is partially visible in
the background.
U.S. Navy photo NH 45660
Naval Historical Center

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