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USCGC Pamlico (WPR 57)

Call sign:
Nan - Roger - Fox - Peter

ex-USCGC Pamlico (CG 15)

Call sign (1919):
George - Vice - Have - Jig

ex-USRC Pamlico

Pamlico served the U.S. Revenue Service, the Navy and Coast Guard.

Revenue Cutter:

  • Built in 1907 by Pusey and Jones, Wilmington, DE
  • Launched 8 March 1907
  • Commissioned USRC Pamlico 11 July 1907
  • Designated CG-15 in 1915
  • Acquired by the Navy 6 April 1917
  • Returned to the Treasury Department 28 August 1919
  • Reclassified as a River Gunboat, WPR-57 in 1942
  • Decommissioned 6 September 1946
  • Sold 7 July 1947
  • Sold to the Norris Grain Co. of New York and renamed C. W. Curlett
  • Sold in 1958 to the Ailsworth Transport Co. of Reedsville, VA and renamed William Dea
  • Fate unknown.


  • Displacement 455 t.
    1919 - 451 t.
  • Length 158'
  • Beam 30'
  • Draft 5' 8"
    1919 - 10'
  • Speed 9.8 kts.
  • Complement 33
    1919 - 44
  • Armament: Two 6-pounders
  • Propulsion: One Babcock and Wilcox main boiler, two triple expansion steam engines, two shafts
    Converted to diesel in 1947.
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    Size Image Description Source
    Pamlico 103k Pre-World War I photo U.S. Coast Guard
    Pamlico 110k c. 1927 Original photo: Robert Hurst
    Replacement photo: U.S. Coast Guard
    Pamlico 186k 26 May 1944
    Pamlico serves as a test-bed for the floating drydock YFD-60. Other than her war-time gray paint, her appearance had changed little over the years.
    U.S. Coast Guard photo 6-25
    U.S. Coast Guard

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