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NavSource Online: Service Ship Photo Archive
YON-89 Class Fuel Oil Barge (Non-self-propelled):
Built by California Steel Products, Richmond, CA
Laid down, 27 January 1943
Launched, 25 April 1943
Delivered and placed in service as YO-90, 16 July 1943
Allocated to the 12th Naval District
Redesignated YON-90, May 1946
Transferred to Guam, date unknown
Struck from the Naval Register, 10 March 2010
Disposed of by Navy sale, 6 June 2011
Currently merchant Gadao (ON 1251293), owned by Cabras Marine Corp., Tanapag Harbor, GU
Displacement 220 tons (lt), 1270 tons (fl)
Draft 8' (max nav)
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||YO-90 alongside Pathfinder (AGS-1) at United Engineering's yard, Alameda, CA, on 09 December 1944. Wenatchee (ATF-118) is fitting out in the background.
National Archives photo 19-N-79511 (cropped)
||YON-90 and tug Weehawken (YTB-776), lying where they were beached by super typhoon Paka at Naval Station Marianas, Guam, 17 December 1997.
DoD photo by Chief Petty Officer Alan Kiniry, U.S. Navy. DoD Photo 971216-N-1505K-005
There is no DANFS history for YON-90 available at NavSource
Last Updated 25 March 2018
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