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USAV Dorothy (FS-101)

Precedence of awards is from left to right
American Campaign Medal - World War II Victory Medal

Freight-Personnel / Freight-Supply Vessel
  • Laid down in 1914, as the wood hull fishing vessel Tyee (IV) for Scot Daniel and Moe Bros. at Nelson and Kelez, Seattle WA.
  • Launched, date unknown
  • Sold in 1923 to unknown individual of business, renamed Chukotsk
  • Resold in 1935 to unknown individual or business, reamed Dorothy (IV)
  • Acquired by the US Army in 1942
  • Commissioned and placed in service as USAV Dorothy (FP-101)
  • Redesignated FS-101, date unknown
  • Decommissioned and retired from US Army service date unknown
  • Sold to a Canadian interest in 1956, renamed Shirley Rose, reflagged Canada
  • Resold in 1989 to unknown Canadian interest, renamed Tyee No1
  • current Disposition, unknown
    Displacement 56.91 t.
    Length 98.7'
    Beam 21.4'
    Draft 8.7'
    Speed unknown
    Complement unknown
    Armament unknown
    As Built, unknown
    c1957 - one 300 bph diesel engine
    c2002 - one 380bph diesel engine
    single propeller

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    47k Ex-USAV Dorothy (FS-101) as either the Canadian fishing vessel/fishpacker Shirley Rose or Tyee No.1 underway, after 1955, location unknown.
    The Nauticapedia
    John Spivey

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