Al Larson Boat Shop, Terminal Island CA

Most recent update: September 26, 2018.


Al Larson Boat Shop was established in 1903 by Peter Adolph (Al) Larson, a Swedish immigrant, and has been building and repairing boats on Terminal Island ever since.  Visit the company at www.larsonboat.com and see it from the air on Google here.  If anyone can add to the table below, please send your info to timcolton@aol.com

Hull #

O.N. Name Owner Type GT Ft. Built Disposition
  217945 Esperanza   Fishing Vessel 34 50 1919 Active
  251017 Elsie B   Fishing Vessel 22 42 1926 Now New Hazard
  226245 Lusitania Manuel G. Rosa Fishing Vessel 138 91 1927 NLD
  227967 Sacramento Alfred Santos Fishing Vessel 201 103 1928 NLD
  252776 Katrina   Fishing Vessel 16 40 1928 Later Ogenio, NLD
  229947 Bremen Toma Mosich Fishing Vessel 127 79 1930 NLD
  231534 Panama Japanese owners Fishing Vessel 246 107 1930 NLD
  229339 Rainbow Joseph Giaconi Fishing Vessel 121 79 1930 NLD
  229335 Senator Joe P. Soares Fishing Vessel 118 79 1930 NLD
  231078 Reliance Herman Toby Fishing Vessel 313 117 1931 Later passenger vessel Ranger III, Hacklehead II, NLD
  230641 San Salvador Manuel M. Medina Fishing Vessel 156 113 1931 To USN 1942 as YP 281, lost 1944
  231083 Santa Margarita Franco Italian Pk'g. Fishing Vessel 236 98 1931 Later St Marie, Emerald C, NLD
  223573 Majestic Klemento Zar Fishing Vessel 197 83 1934 To USN 1940 as Nightingale (AMc 18), YP 166 1941, returned 1945
  233381 Jackie Sue Christian Gaspar Fishing Vessel 197 83 1934 To USN 1940 as Parrakeet (AMc 34), to MARAD 1946
  231372 Fearless Paul Vasovich Fishing Vessel 127 87 1935 To USN 1940 as Reedbird (AMc 30), to MARAD 1946, later Fearless, Star-Kist, now Colorado (Chile)
  235490 Vittoria Salvatore Ferranta Fishing Vessel 63 75 1936 To USN 1942 as YP 298, to MARAD 1946, later Vittoria (Peru)
  236505 Bainbridge Sam Mirkovich Fishing Vessel 130 79 1937 Broken up 1997
  236806 Santa Maria Santa Maria Fishing Fishing Vessel 86 79 1937 Active
  238878 American Voyager Van Camp Seafood Fishing Vessel 137 97 1937 To USN 1942 as YP 287, destroyed 1947
    Vindicator   Fishing Vessel 110 106 1937 To USN 1940 as Killdeer (AMc 21), IX 194 1944, to MARAD 1945
  1099490 CG 67 US Coast Guard Boarding Boat 33 56 1937 Later CG 56306, to Sea Scouts as Sea Otter
  560021 CG 68 US Coast Guard Boarding Boat 33 56 1937 Later CG 56307, sold as Lisa Lynn, later Once Bitten, now High Plains Drifter
  na SC 734 US Navy Sub Chaser 148d 110 28-Dec-42 To FLC 1948
  na SC 735 US Navy Sub Chaser 148d 110 12-Mar-43 To Taiwan 1948
    YMS 86 US Navy Minesweeper 320d 136 12-May-42 Struck 1946
  254281 YMS 87 US Navy Minesweeper 320d 136 15-Aug-42 Sold as f/v Lee Russ, later Jane M, NLD
    YMS 320 US Navy Minesweeper 320d 136 18-Aug-43 Struck 1946
    YMS 321 US Navy Minesweeper 320d 136 25-Oct-43 Later Grouse (AMS 15) 1947, wrecked 1963
  253722 YMS 322 US Navy Minesweeper 320d 136 19-Nov-43 Later pilot boat Golden Gate, then f/v, NLD
  na YMS 323 US Navy Minesweeper 320d 136 27-Dec-43 To Korea 1948 as Ku Po, scrapped 1956
    YMS 324 US Navy Minesweeper 320d 136 28-Feb-44 Later Gull (AMS 16) 1947, struck 1959
    YMS 325 US Navy Minesweeper 320d 136 7-Apr-44 Struck 1946
  246153 Pioneer Marion Joncich Fishing Vessel 183 86 1944 Later Southern Explorer. NLD
  246274 Seven Seas Elmer J. Duzich Fishing Vessel 129 78 1944 Active as freight ship
  246533 City of Naples II Francesco Amalfitano Fishing Vessel 110 73 1944 Later Santa Teresa, Annie D, NLD
   248199 Sea Hound Joaquin Pedro Fishing Vessel 247 97 1945 Later Irene S, America, Tesoro del Mar (Mexico)
  265818 Pacific Venture William J. Danos Fishing Vessel 45 50 1953 Active