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CG-194 (1924 - 1933)
District Patrol Craft
Built by Chance Marine Construction Co., Annapolis, MD
Launched, date unknown
Commissioned as CG-194, 1925
Transferred to the US Navy, 01 January 1934
Placed in service as YP-10, 1934
Assigned to Third Naval District, training reservists, 1934-1941
Placed out of service, date unknown
Struck from the Naval Register, date unknown
Final Disposition, sold December 1941 1
1. It is possible YP-10 and YP-13 were sent to the Canal Zone. Section Base Cristobal's War Diary for 27 March 1942 states
these two boats were "removed from the Section Base dock, where they had been lying submerged, and beached them in the French Canal south of Mt. Hope." More research is needed.
Displacement 37.5 tons
Length 74' 11"
Beam 13' 7"
Speed 12 knots
two Sterling 6-cylinder gasoline engines
two propellers, 500shp
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||YP-10 underway off Manhattan, date unknown.
US Navy photo.
||YP-10 underway, date and location unknown.
There is no DANFS history record available for YP-10 at NavSource
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