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|846k||YP-700 comes alongside USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG-58) near the Claiborne Pell Bridge,Newport, RI, 01 August 1988. Roberts had just arrived from Dubai aboard the heavy-lift ship Mighty Servant 2. US Navy photo by PH2 Elliot.||Robert Hurst|
|1267k||YP-684 followed by YP-699 and YP-700 from Naval Station Annapolis, MD., on the Delaware River sail to Philadelphia for a three-day training exercise, 24 March 2006. Naval Station Annapolis maintains a fleet of 18 YPs and sail craft to support US Naval Academy midshipmen with navigation, ship-handling and seamanship training.
US Navy photo # 060324-N-5694H-106 by PHAN Cale Hanie.
|279k||YP-700 is moored inboard of YP-681, and outboard of YP-688 at Pennís Landing in Philadelphia. The YPís crews were in town supporting the Army Navy game during Philadelphia Navy Week 2005.
US Navy photo # 051203-N-4936C-004 Philadelphia, PA (Dec.3, 2005) , by JO3 David P.Coleman, NAVCO, Philadelphia, PAO.
|1015k||YP-700 (bow visible) moored astern of YP-688 outboard of YP-704 at the US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD., 6 June 2011||Bill Coale|
|1014k||YP-700 underway, location unknown, on 08 July 2012. Photo copyright John Brush.||Robert Hurst|
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