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Santa Cecilia (ID 4008)

Navy call sign:
George - Jig - King - Rush

Civilian call sign (1919):
Love - Dog - George - Watch


  • Built in 1913 by William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, PA for W. R. Grace and Company of New York
  • Acquired in 1918 by the Nafra Co., Inc. of New York
  • Acquired by the Navy 10 March 1919 and commissioned the same day
  • Stricken from the Navy Register and transferred to the United States Shipping Board 6 October 1919 for return to her owner
  • Acquired in 1920 by the Green Star Steamship Co. of Seattle, WA
  • Broken up in 1935.


  • Displacement 13,500 t.
  • Length 420' 2"
  • Beam 53' 9"
  • Draft 28' 5"
  • Speed 13 kts.
  • Complement 38
  • Propulsion: One 3,800ihp steam engine, one shaft.
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    Commanding Officers
    01LCDR William Thomas Morgan, USNRF10 March 1919
    Courtesy Joe Radigan

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