Colonna's Shipyard, Norfolk VA

Most recent update: April 12, 2018.


Charles J. Colonna founded Colonna's Shipyard in 1875 on the South bank of the Eastern Branch of the Elizabeth River.  They started with a 50-ton marine railway and grew into a significant repair facility in the Tidewater area.  Although primarily still a repair yard, they have recently built some barges and clearly have the capability of doing more in that area.  Visit them at www.colonnaship.com and see the yard from the air on Google here.

Hull # Original Name/Number Original Owner Ship Type Tons Ft. Delivery Disposition
  CG 223 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  CG 224 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  CG 225 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25 To USN 1933 as YP 28, sold 1946
  CG 226 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  CG 227 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  CG 228 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  CG 229 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  CG 230 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  CG 231 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  CG 232 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 37 75 1924-25  
  Half Hitch Norfolk Towing Tug 31 56 1957 Active
103 Hughes 2003 Hughes Bros. Freight Barge 828 173 2007 Active
108 Karen Norfolk Towing Freight Barge 221 110 2016 Active
109 Bill III Norfolk Towing Freight Barge 221 110 2016 Active