Colonna's Shipyard, Norfolk VA

Most recent update: July 6, 2014.


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.  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  
  Hughes 2003 Hughes Bros. Barge 828 173 2007