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Santa Elisa (ID 4352)

Navy call sign:
George - Have - Jig - Rush


  • Built in 1918 by the New York Shipbuilding Co., Camden, NJ
  • Acquired by the Navy 17 June 1919 and commissioned USS Santa Elisa (ID 4352) the same day
  • Decommissioned 16 October 1919 at Philadelphia, PA and returned to the United States Shipping Board for return to her owner
  • Renamed Baranof in April 1936
  • Scrapped in 1955.


  • Displacement 8,900 t.
  • Length 373' 9"
  • Beam 51' 9"
  • Draft 24' 5"
  • Speed 12 kts.
  • Complement 21.
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    SS Santa Elisa
    Santa Elisa 33k

    Santa Elisa - Saint Elizabeth mother of Saint John the Baptist

    Tommy Trampp
    Photo added 29 September 2020
    Santa Elisa 84k Underway during trials in 1919. She is flying the house flag of her builder, the New York Shipbuilding Company of Camden, New Jersey
    U.S. Navy photo NH 74065
    Naval Historical Center
    USS Santa Elisa (ID 4352)
    Santa Elisa 115k Photographed by La Tour, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, probably circa June-September 1919
    U.S. Navy photo NH 99924
    Naval Historical Center

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