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Vaud J. (SP 3361)

Motor Launch: Built in 1907 by Thomas Johnson, Wildwood, NJ; Acquired by the Navy 17 September 1918; Never commissioned; Struck from the Navy list and sold 30 June 1919 to the Chesapeake Water Supply Co. of Norfolk, VA; Sold in 1924 to Hurley Booye of Cape May, NJ; Sold in 1930 to Harry Mogok of Cape May. Fate unknown.

Specifications: Displacement 63 t.; Length 101'; Beam 19' 8"; Draft 4' 6"; Speed 8.6 kts.; Complement eight; Armament none.

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Vaud J. 123k Photographed prior to World War I, with interurban railroad cars behind her.
U.S. Navy photo NH 102343
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