Kewaunee Shipbuilding, Kewaunee WI

Most recent update: May 5, 2015.


Kewaunee Shipbuilding & Engineering was started in 1941, specifically for the war effort.  It is now called Kewaunee Fabrications and is a subsidiary of Oshkosh Corporation.  The existing plant is not on the water - although it's not far away - so it is not clear where the actual shipyard was.  If anyone can provide any information about either the yard or the ships it built, please e-mail it to me at timcolton@aol.com.

Hull # O.N. Navy Type Pennant # Customer Type Tons Feet Delivery Disposition
F 15 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 7/43 To the Philippines as Trede
F 16 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 7/43  
F 73 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 8/43  
F 74 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 8/43  
F 75 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 9/43  
F 76 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 9/43 To Nicaragua as Explorer
F 77 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 10/43  
F 78 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 10/43  
F 79 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 11/43  
F 121 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 11/43 Sold as Lucy Moller, later Thorncombe, wrecked 1954
F 122 US Army Coastal Freighter 180 99 12/43  
280441 ST 582 US Army Tug   45 8/43 Sold as Tuffy
ST 583 US Army Tug   45 8/43  
ST 584 US Army Tug   45 8/43  
ST 585 US Army Tug   45 8/43  
ST 586 US Army Tug   45 8/43  
ST 587 US Army Tug   45 8/43  
ST 588 US Army Tug   45 9/43  
ST 589 US Army Tug   45 9/43  
ST 590 US Army Tug   45 9/43  
ST 591 US Army Tug   45 9/43  
269746 ST 592 US Army Tug   45 9/43 Sold as Peggy
ST 593 US Army Tug   45 9/43  
ST 594 US Army Tug   45 10/43  
ST 595 US Army Tug   45 10/43  
ST 596 US Army Tug   45 10/43  
ST 597 US Army Tug   45 10/43  
ST 598 US Army Tug   45 10/43  
ST 599 US Army Tug   45 10/43  
ST 600 US Army Tug   45 11/43  
ST 601 US Army Tug   45 11/43  
252440 ST 602 US Army Tug   45 11/43 Sold as Taku
ST 603 US Army Tug   45 11/43  
ST 604 US Army Tug   45 11/43  
ST 605 US Army Tug   45 11/43  
ST 606 US Army Tug   45 12/43  
ST 607 US Army Tug   45 12/43  
ST 608 US Army Tug   45 12/43  
ST 609 US Army Tug   45 12/43  
ST 610 US Army Tug   45 12/43  
ST 611 US Army Tug   45 12/43  
ST 612 US Army Tug   45 1/44  
ST 613 US Army Tug   45 1/44  
ST 614 US Army Tug   45 1/44  
ST 615 US Army Tug   45 1/44  
ST 616 US Army Tug   45 1/44  
ST 617 US Army Tug   45 1/44  
ST 618 US Army Tug   45 2/44  
ST 619 US Army Tug   45 2/44  
ST 620 US Army Tug   45 2/44  
ST 621 US Army Tug   45 2/44  
ST 622 US Army Tug   45 2/44  
ST 623 US Army Tug   45 2/44  
ST 624 US Army Tug   45 3/44  
ST 625 US Army Tug   45 3/44  
ST 626 US Army Tug   45 3/44  
ST 627 US Army Tug   45 3/44  
ST 628 US Army Tug   45 3/44  
ST 629 US Army Tug   45 3/44  
ST 630 US Army Tug   45 4/44  
ST 631 US Army Tug   45 4/44  
ST 632 US Army Tug   45 4/44  
FS 343 US Army Coastal Freighter 560 176 6/44 USCG-manned, to USN 1950 as AKL 34, sold 1960
FS 344 US Army Coastal Freighter 560 176 7/44 USCG-manned, to USN 1966 as Pueblo (AKL 44), later AGER 2, captured by North Korea 1968
FS 345 US Army Coastal Freighter 560 176 8/44 USCG-manned, to USN 1947 as Banner (AKL 25), later AGER 1
FS 346 US Army Coastal Freighter 560 176 9/44 USCG-manned, to the Philippines as General Luna
FS 347 US Army Coastal Freighter 560 176 10/44 USCG-manned, to USN 1947 as Rogue (AG 137), later AKL 8, to Dept. of Interior 1952
FS 348 US Army Coastal Freighter 560 176 10/44 USCG-manned, to China as Hai Hong
252934 ST 869 US Army Tug   86 4/45 Sold as Mariner
ST 870 US Army Tug   86 5/45  
ST 871 US Army Tug   86 1945 Sold as Nauset
ST 872 US Army Tug   86 1945  
ST 873 US Army Tug   86 1945  
292527 ST 874 US Army Tug   86 1945 Sold as Larry W. Stephenson, later Capt. W. F. Fredeman
    LCU 1567 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1568 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 To Vietnam 1971
    LCU 1569 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1570 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1571 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1572 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1573 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1574 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Cold Harbor, retired 1992
    LCU 1575 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Junction City, retired 1990
    LCU 1576 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 YFU 89 1972, to GSA 1976
    LCU 1577 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1578 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1579 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Bull Run, retired 1988
    LCU 1580 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1953 Veracruz, later Elsie U, now Tres Marias (Mexico)
    LCU 1581 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1582 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 To Vietnam as HQ 546
    LCU 1583 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Chattanooga, retired 1990
    LCU 1584 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1585 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1586 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Tunisia, retired 1990
    LCU 1587 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Chickamauga, retired 1991
    LCU 1588 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1589 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Retired
    LCU 1590 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1955 Spotsylvania, now Washburn & Doughty's Capt. Kate
    LCU 1591 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Viper, to Colombia 1991 as Morrosquillo
    LCU 1592 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 Fort Reno, to Colombia 1991 as Bahia Portete
    LCU 1593 U.S. Army Landing Craft   52 1954 To Vietnam 1971