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Carrillo (ID 1406)

Civilian call sign:
Love - Dog - Sail - Nan


  • Built in 1911 by Workman, Clarke and Co., Belfast, Ireland
  • Acquired by the Navy 16 September 1918 and commissioned the same day
  • Decommissioned 28 April 1919 at New York and returned to the United States Shipping Board
  • During the next two and a half decades, she was employed in commercial trade as part of the United Fruit Company's fleet of refrigerated cargo ships
  • Laid up in the Maritime Commission's Hudson River Reserve Fleet in June 1947
  • Sold for scrap in March 1948.


  • Displacement 9,500 t.
  • Length 394'
  • Beam 50' 3"
  • Draft 25'
  • Speed 13 kts.
  • Complement 70
  • Propulsion: Five single ended boilers, one 3,500hp vertical triple expansion steam engine, one shaft.
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    Carrillo 89k In port, circa 1918
    U.S. Navy photo NH 99883
    Naval Historical Center
    Carrillo 76k In port, circa 1918
    National Archives photo 19-N-12346 from the Bureau of Ships Collection

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