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SS Green Harbour (AK-2064

LASH Cargo Ship:
  • Laid down in 1974 as SS Green Harbour a Maritime Administration type (C9-S-81f) Lighterage Aboard Ship (LASH) Cargo Ship, at Avondale Industries, New Orleans, LA.
  • Launched and delivered in 1974 to the Maritime Administration for operation by Central Gulf Line
  • Chartered by the Military Sealift Command (MSC) in 1992 from Central Gulf Lines and placed in service as SS Green Harbour (AK-2064)
  • SS Green Harbour was assigned to Maritime Prepositioning Ship Squadron Two at Diego Garcia until 2001
  • Returned to her owners for scrapping upon completion of her contract with MSC
    Displacement 28,500 t.(lt) 49,152 t.(fl)
    Length 893' 3"
    Beam 100'
    Draft 40' (max.)
    Speed 16 kts.
    Cargo Capacity 1,500,691 Cu. ft.
    Full Operating Complement 24 Civilian Mariners
    two Combustion Engineering boilers; 1,100 psi
    two De Val turbines
    single propeller, 32,000shp
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    Green Harbour 35k SS Green Harbour (T-AK-2064) at anchor, date and location unknown.
    US Navy photo.
    Global Security web site
    Green Harbour 53k SS Green Harbour (AK-2064) under way in San Francisco Bay, date unknown.
    US Navy photo.
    Global Security web site

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