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Coronet (SP 194)

Call sign:
Nan - Unit - Cast - Vice

Patrol Yacht:

  • Built in 1905 at New York Yacht, Launch and Engine Co., Morris Heights, NY
  • Acquired by the Navy 20 July 1917 from Fred Berg, Jr. of New York, NY
  • Commissioned 24 September 1917
  • Struck from the Navy list 5 August 1919 and sold
  • Registered in 1927 to Reinhard Hall of New York, NY
  • Fate unknown.


  • Displacement 57 t.
  • Length 90'
    1927 - 80.9'
  • Beam 14'
  • Draft 4' 1"
    1927 - 5.9'
  • Speed 13 kts.
  • Complement 12
    1927 - Four
  • Armament: One 3-pounder and one machine gun
  • Propulsion: One 150hp 20th Century gasoline engine, one shaft.
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    Coronet 67k Photographed by Edwin Levick, 108 Fulton St., New York City, while underway prior to her World War I era Naval service
    U.S. Navy photo NH 100879
    Naval Historical Center
    Coronet 88k In an icy port, probably in the New York City area, circa 1917-1919.
    U.S. Navy photo NH 100880
    Coronet 97k In an icy port during the winter of 1917-1918, with several other patrol craft. Coronet is alongside Dean II (SP 98), while SC-8 is partially visible in the left distance.
    U.S. Navy photo NH 101436
    Coronet 97k In port with several other section patrol vessels, probably in the New York City area, circa 1917-1919. Coronet is partially visible behind the bow of Ellen (SP 284).
    U.S. Navy photo NH 41957

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