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ex-Marija (SP 413)


  • Built in 1917 by Edgar Young, Wilmington, NC
  • Acquired by the Navy 25 July 1917
  • Commissioned Marija (SP 413), 27 July 1917
  • Reclassified as District Patrol Craft YP-413 in 1920
  • Decommissioned 14 March 1922
  • Sold 6 June 1922
  • Fate unknown.


  • Displacement 14 t.
  • Length 46'
  • Beam 11'
  • Draft 2' 6"
  • Speed 8.5 kts.
  • Complement: Eight
  • Armament: One 1-pounder and one machine gun
  • Propulsion: One 60hp 4-cylinder Buffalo gasoline engine, one shaft.
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    Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships: Marija, a converted motorboat, was built by Edgar Young, Wilmington, N.C.; acquired by the Navy from R. P. McClanny 25 July 1917; and commissioned 27 July 1917, Lt. James P. Muloey in command.

    Attached to the 6th Naval District, Marija operated on section patrol in and around Charleston, S.C., during World War I and until decommissioning 14 March 1922. The motorboat was sold to Whaley Whipple of Washington, D.C., 6 June 1922.

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