Perkins & Vaughan, Wickford RI

Most recent update: January 1, 2015.


Perkins & Vaughan was the wartime operator of the Vaughan Shipyard, which was at the end of Steamboat Avenue and is called the Wickford Shipyard today.  If anyone can provide any additional information about its ownership, or can add to the table below, please e-mail me at timcolton@aol.com 

Hull # O.N. Original Name Original Owner Ship Type LDT Ft. Delivery Disposition
    SC 1065 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 30-Dec-42 Sold 1949 as f/v Nootka Chief (Canada O.N. 192041), Derek Todd 1969
    SC 1066 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 27-Feb-43 To FLC 1947
    SC 1298 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 30-Apr-43 Destroyed 1946
    SC 1299 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 1-Jun-43 To MARAD 1948
  255579 SC 1300 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 3-Jul-43 Sold 1949 as Effort, scrapped 1970
    SC 1301 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 3-Aug-43 To Cuba 1948
    SC 1510 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 18-May-44 To the USSR 1945 as BO-226
    SC 1511 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 3-Jul-44 To the USSR 1945 as BO-233
    SC 1512 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110 26-Sep-44 To the USSR 1945 as BO-246
    SC 1513 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110   Cancelled
    SC 1514 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110   Cancelled
    SC 1515 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110   Cancelled
    SC 1516 US Navy Sub Chaser 136 110   Cancelled
    Q 1453 US Navy HDML 54 72 24-Jan-45 To RN, later FDB 12, returned 1945, to the Netherlands 1946 as Bever (RP 110), lost 1948
    Q 1454 US Navy HDML 54 72 13-Mar-45 To RN, later FDB 24, returned 1945, to the Netherlands 1946 as Luipard (RP 114), to Indonesia 1950
    Q 1455 US Navy HDML 54 72 2-Apr-45 To RN, later FDB 25, returned 1945