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  • Laid down in 1943 as US Army small tug ST-732 at Port Houston Ironworks, Houston, TX.
  • Launched in 1943
  • Delivered, 10 January 1944 to US Quartermaster Corps
  • Assigned to the US Army Transportation Corps, placed in service as ST-732
  • ST-732 served at Normandy, 6 June 1944 participating in the construction of artificial harbor at Arromanches and reconstruction of the ports of Cherbourg and Le Havre
  • 1944 transferred to Government of Belgium
  • 19 June 1950 sold to ERSA - Enterprise de Remorquage, de Sauvetage et d'Acconage Srl, Algers, renamed Furet, reflagged France
  • In December 1966 re-engined diesel 16cyl MGO-SACM (nr.15-555), 1500bhp-1103kW
  • Acquired in 1977 by Soc. Auxiliaire de Matériel Armor at Redon, France, renamed Attis
  • Acquired in the 1980s for preservation by Association de Conservation du Patrimoine, Redon, Nantes, France
  • 2010, under attempted restoration in the port of Redon
  • Final Disposition, believed broken up
    Displacement 52 t. (net) 133 t. (gross)
    Length 86'
    Beam 24'
    Draft 9.2'
    Speed unknown
    Complement unknown
    Cruise Radius unknown
    one 650 hp Clark Bros. diesel engine
    single propeller

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