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Section Patrol Craft Photo Archive
USCGC Arundel (CG 30)
Call sign (1919):
George - Vice - Cast - Dog
Arundel served the Revenue Cutter Service, the Marine Hospital Service, the U. S. Navy and the Coast Guard.
Revenue Cutter:Built in 1872/1873 by Charles A. Weidner, Chester, PACommissioned USRC Manhattan in late May 1873 at New YorkLaid up 30 November 1875 at Ogdensburg, NYRecommissioned in mid-May 1876 at Oswego, NYDecommissioned 30 November 1876Recommissioned in the summer of 1883Decommissioned 31 December 1883 at Baltimore, MDLoaned to the Marine Hospital Service in July 1885 for use as a quarantine boat at the Virginia CapesReturned to the Revenue Marine Service in November 1885Recommissioned 29 April 1886 at BaltimoreAcquired by the Navy 6 April 1917Renamed USCGC Arundel 1 April 1918Returned to the Coast Guard 28 August 1919Designated CG-30Sold 28 April 1928 to George Johnson of BaltimoreFate unknown.
Specifications:Displacement 147 t.1919 - 145 t.Length 102'Beam 20' 5"Draft 8' 6"1919 - 11'Speed 9 kts.Complement 161919 - 11Armament: One 6-pounderPropulsion: One Compound expansion steam engine, one shaft.
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||Original photo: Photo from the 1919 edition of Jane's Fighting Ships
Replacement photo: c. December 1918
Panama Canal Zone
Photo from "U.S. Coast Guard Cutters and Craft of World War II" by Robert L. Scheina
Arundel history entry located on the Coast Guard Cutter History website
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