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Tangier (SP 469)
Motorboat:The first Tangier was built by J. Woodtull, Orvington, VAAcquired by the Navy 24 April 1917 and commissioned the same dayStruck from the Navy Register 22 October 1918 and returned to her ownerRegistered in 1927 to August W. Oswald, Jr. of Camden, NJ as the passenger boat Florence Marie IIFate unknown.
Displacement 14 t. in 1927Length 62'1927 - 51.3'Beam 13' 6"1927 - 11.5'Draft 2' 4"1927 - 3.7'Complement: One in 1927Speed 14 kts.Armament: One 1-pounderPropulsion: One gasoline engine, one shaft.
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