Luders Marine, Stamford CT

Most recent update: May 7, 2018.


Luders Marine Construction was founded by Alfred E. Luders in 1908, in Byram CT, but moved in 1912 to Harbor Drive, in Stamford Harbor.  It became well known for its fine custom-built yachts, was a major contributor to the war effort, and in the post-war years developed some very successful standard-design sailing boats.  The yard closed in 1968 and is now operated by Brewer Yacht Haven Marina: see it from the air on Google here.  If anyone can add to the table below, please e-mail timcolton@aol.com.

Hull # O.N. Original Name Original Owner Type GT Ft. Delivery Disposition
Commercial and Recreational Boats Built Before WWII
    Arroyo Gus Chesebrough Yacht 12d 48 1913 To USN 1917 as SP 197, returned 1919, later Sea Imp, Harred
  212332 Minerva Elizabeth C Bowen Yacht 55 73 1914 To USN 1917 as SP 425, returned 1919, later Claremont
    Cero R C McCorkle Yacht   40 1915 To USN 1917 as SP 1189, lost by fire 1918
    Zigzag   Yacht   44 1916 To USN 1917 as SP 106, lost in hurricane 1919
  213153 Utopia   Yacht 19 50 1915 Later Mischief 1920, Utopia, deleted 1951
  213985 Helen A. J. Maxham Yacht 24 60 1916 Later Silver Fox, Dawn, Flordor II, Impulse, Sally Ann, burned 1952
  214039 Elithro II John Kelly Robinson Yacht 17 55 1916 To USN 1917 as SP 15, returned 1918
  214320 Aurore II Stuart Wyeth Yacht 85 96 1916 To USN 1917 as SP 460, sold 1919 as Claribel, later El Tejado, Ursula, Marion II
  214464 Pattina Luders Marine Yacht 31d 60 1916 To USN 1917 as SP 675, returned 1919, foundered 1933
  215222 Mystery Ralph Pulitzer Yacht 39 71 1917 To USN 1917 as SP 428, returned 1919, later Atalanta, Nancy II
    Kemah  F E Lewis II Yacht 300d 146 1917 To USN 1917 as SP 415, sold 1920
  258162 Lucky Belford   Fishing Vessel 32 60 1918 Not built by Luders?
      Govt. of Brazil Launch     1919  
      Govt. of Brazil Launch     1919  
  220278 Virginian Valentine Bliss Yacht 27 60 1920 Later Robethida, Pleiades, Tanagra (not built by Luders?)
  229017 Mymo III   Yacht 13 50 1920 Later Reverie (not built by Luders?)
  221219 Lucetta De Ver H. Warner Yacht 23 56 1921 Later Dog Star III (not built by Luders?)
  221355 Dayse J. P. Bartram Yacht 40 60 1921  (not built by Luders?)
  221609 D'Artagnan   Yacht 27 60 1921 Later Patricia (not built by Luders?)
  225868 Spindrift   Yacht 47 69 1921 Later Morsal II, to UK 1952 (not built by Luders?)
  222090 Sasqua De Ver H. Warner Yacht 59 86 1922 Later Maradon, Jamaroy, Carrousel, Maradon, Adon, deleted (not built by Luders?)
  222101 You'll Do A. W. Murphy Yacht 19 50 1922  
  222303 Ginger-Dot Frank B Stearns Yacht 60 87 1922 Later Patricia, Marcon, to France as FY-34, now laid up in Melton, England (not built by Luders?)
  228402 Wildel William D. Loucks Yacht 89 86 1922 Later Anstan III, to USCG 1942 as CG-90003, sold 1945 as Anstan III (not built by Luders?)
  285722 Bunny M   Yacht 7 29 1922  
  223088 Gilnockie C Prescott Knight Yacht 71 89 1923 To USCG 1942 as CG-99001, sold 1946 as Gilnockie, to Honduras 1952 (not built by Luders?)
  223093 Kathmar III   Yacht 18 50 1923 Later Ynot, Kilrane, deleted 1941 (not built by Luders?)
    Durdee   Yacht   41 1924 Later Heja, Tashtego
    Dyon   Yacht   36 1924  
  224777 Sea Dream Samuel Nicholson  Yacht 82 90 1925 To USN 1942 as YP 408, to USMC  1946
    Chances    Yacht   26 1925 Later Whiff, Chances
    Annlo   Yacht   89 1926 To USN 1942 as YP 577, destroyed by explosion 1943
  225976 Felicia Abner Morse Yacht 17 45 1926 Later Miss Caroline, deleted 2009 (not built by Luders?)
  224975 Ramna Walter P. Lasher Yacht 96 90 1926 Later Alta Rocca, Marimont, Annio, to USN 1942 as YP 577, lost 1943
  225948 Nina II   Yacht 29 65 1926 Later Lillian, Valhalla II, Helene (not built by Luders?)
  225363 Sirocco Francis S. Whitten Yacht 165 108 1926 Later Aimejean, burned 1932
  225605 Elida William C. Langley Yacht  52 78 1926 Later Rhesus, Christmas Tree
  225683 Radiant   Yacht 48 71 1926 Later Tar Heel, A-D I, Mommie, Charlotte II, to USCG 1942 as CG 74003, to USMC 1944, scrapped 1947
  225718 Amida E. R. Behrend Yacht 52 78 1926 Later Denali 1928, to USN 1942 as YP 146, sold 1946, active
  226039 Nereid   Yacht 42 59 1926 Later Radiant, to USN 1942 as YP 211, sold 1946 as Radiant, later Pirate Queen
  226659 Zapala Howard E. Coffin Yacht 159 111 1927 To USN 1942 as YP 217, sold 1946, later Zapala, deleted
  226987 Toxaway   Yacht 29 62 1927 Later Maripete, Kathmar IV, Idalia, to USN 1942 as YP 451, sold 1946 as Idalia, Arto, Golden Royal
    Uani   Yacht   42 1927 Later Nirvana, Twinkle
  286114 Companion II   Yacht 23 44 1927  
  227359 Mabe III   Power Boat 18 48 1928 Later Carlinda III, Blue Bird (not built by Luders?)
  227340 Ranelpe Austin H. Perry Yacht 70 82 1928 Later Nina III (not built by Luders?)
  227626 Skunk   Yacht 17 53 1928 Later Je Suis Pres, deleted (not built by Luders?)
  229192 Catamount   Yacht 67 76 1929 To USCG 1942 as CG-85006, exploded and sank 1943 (not built by Luders?)
  228266 Eepee   Yacht 49 69 1929 Later Edrus II, Yorel II, to USN 1942 as YP 578, sold 1946 as Yorel II
  228267 You'll Do II   Yacht 49 69 1929 Later Aloha, Sterling III, deleted
  228274 Peacock III   Yacht 49 69 1929 Later Applejack, Traveler, to USG 1941
  228366 Robodar   Yacht 103 138 1929 Later Rogist, in collision and sank 1942
  229185 Spindrift   Yacht 100 90 1929 Later Elfreda, Quisetta, Inishowen III, Annette R, to USN 1942 as YP 352, to USMC 1946
  228402 Wildel   Yacht 89 86 1929 Later Anstan III
337 228744 Bambalina III Theodore Pratt Yacht 18 46 1929  Later Standy, to USG 1942 (not built by Luders?)
    Annette R   Yacht 90 88 1929 To USN 1942 as YP 352, sold 1946
    Teresa   Yacht   39 1930 Later Horizon
  229938 Venus   Yacht 18 38 1930 Later Driftwood, to UK 1940
  229579 Koranett   Yacht 120 97 1930 Later Norsaga, Betsy L III, Martha N, to USN 1942 as YP 553, sold 1946 as Coribette
  229936 Geredna   Yacht 49 69 1930 Later Panzola II, to USCG 1942 as CG-72007, sold 1946 as Panzola II, burned 1957
  231292 Sea Owl   Yacht 128 95 1931 To USA 1940 as Sea Echo, later Sea Owl again
  230883 Hippocampus   Yacht 67 72 1931 Later Pocahontas, Sea Knight 102, Sea Knight 741 (not built by Luders?)
  230520 Doromar W. G. McCullough Yacht 152 101 1931 To USN 1941 as Topaz (PYc 10), struck 1944 (not built by Luders?)
    Little Gem   Yacht   45 1932  
  234150 Mohawk Floyd T. Webb Fishing Vessel 10 36 1935  (not built by Luders?)
  239988 Bonnie Dundee Clifford D Mallory Yacht 44 62 1935 Later Bonnie Dundee III, to USN 1942 as YP 128, lost 1928 (not built by Luders?)
  235247 Mercury IV   Yacht 47 63 1936 To USN 1942 as YP 358, Later Jay-B-Jon, Benmar II, Graceful III, Ornis (Venezuela), Louise, Action I, Why Not
  236376 Indian Harbor Town of Greenwich Ferry 59 59 1937 Active
    Reverie   Yacht   29 1937 Later Blue Mist, Pintail
  237297 Escapade   Yacht 43 62 1938 Active
  529661 Simoon   Yacht 12 40 1939  
  518398 Flirt   Yacht 9 32 1940 Later Julie, Condesa
  239988 Bonnie Dundee II   Yacht 85 73  1940 Later Southerly, to USCG 1942 as CG-85005, sold 1945 as Southerly, later Bonnie
  284322 Shenanigan   Yacht 9 34  1940 Active
U.S. Government Contracts
    SC No. 318 U.S. Navy Sub Chaser 85d 110 22-Dec-17 To France as Chasseur No. 28, scrapped 1928
    SC No. 319 U.S. Navy Sub Chaser 85d 110 22-Dec-17 To France 1918, lost off La Horta 1918
    SC No. 320 U.S. Navy Sub Chaser 85d 110 1-Dec-17 PC 320 1920, sold 1927
    SC No. 321 U.S. Navy Sub Chaser 85d 110 8-Jan-18 PC 321 1920, sold 1920
    SC No. 322 U.S. Navy Sub Chaser 85d 110 7-Mar-18 PC 322 1920, sold 1922
    SB No. 56 U.S. Navy Seaplane Barge   58 1918 Deleted 1919
    SB No. 57 U.S. Navy Seaplane Barge   58 1918 YV 57 1920
    SB No. 58 U.S. Navy Seaplane Barge   58 1918 Sold 1920
    SB No. 59 U.S. Navy Seaplane Barge   58 1918 YV 59 1920
    SB No. 60 U.S. Navy Seaplane Barge   58 1918 FL No. 139 1919, YF 139 1920
151   Q No. 1 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Capt. Jos. C. Davis 1919, Q-1, deleted 1925, to USCG as CG-524, AB 54 1934, decommissioned 1954
152   Q No. 2 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-2, deleted after 1939
153   Q No. 3 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-3, to USPHS 1922 as W. W. Miller, deleted 1932
154   Q No. 4 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-4, McDowell 1929, deleted 1934
155 236852 Q No. 5 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-5, to USPHS 1922 as McAdam, William R. McAdam 1927, deleted 1935, sold 1937 as Blue Water, later Miss Lorraine
156 238717 Q No. 6 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-6, to USPHS 1922 as Luther Jenkins, Luther W. Jenkins 1927, deleted 1935, sold 1939 as Tallahassee
157   Q No. 7 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-7, to USLHS 1923 as Poppy, decommissioned 1938
158   Q No. 8 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-8, deleted after 1939
159 253802 Q No. 9 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-9, deleted after 1939, sold 1947 as Farallone
160 255389 Q No. 10 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-10, deleted after 1939, sold 1948 as Decatur
161   Q No. 11 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-11, deleted after 1939
162 264105 Q No. 12 U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-12, deleted after 1939, sold 1952 as Baby Sara
  254994 Q No. ? (one of above) U.S. Army Service Boat 30 59 1918 Q-? to USN 1935 as YP 66, later C-252, sold 1948 as Elizabeth H, scrapped 1967
  228904 HT No. 71 U.S. Navy Harbor Tug 215d 88 1919 YT 71 1920, later Taylor 1929, Bernard McGreevy, Thos. S. Mears
  235694 HT No. 72 U.S. Navy Harbor Tug 215d 88 1919 YT 72 1920, later Rocco 1937, Metropolitan No. 9, Numatic
  235943 HT No. 73 U.S. Navy Harbor Tug 215d 88 1919 YT 73 1920, later W. A. Atkins 1937, Metropolitan No. 8, Arthur F. Mears
  222535 HT No. 74 U.S. Navy Harbor Tug 215d 88 1919 YT 74 1920, later Margaret A. Moran 1922, scrapped 1950
    CG-233 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1924 Deleted 1934
  232870 CG-234 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1924 Sold 1934 as Prestige, sank 1950
    CG-235 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1924 Deleted 1934
  233418 CG-236 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1924 Sold 1934 as Alayne, Aloha 1936, deleted 1944
  233187 CG-237 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1924 Sold 1934 as Sonoma III, burned 1950
    CG-238 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1925 Deleted 1927
  227973 CG-239 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1925 Sold 1928 as Porpoise, abandoned 1942
    CG-240 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1925 CG-74336 1942, sold 1946
    CG-241 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1925 Deleted 1933
    CG-242 U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1925 To USC&GS 1933 as Davidson, deleted 1935, reactivated 1942 as CG-74345, to USMC 1846
    CG-2-- (one of the above) U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1925 To USA 1934 as General Russel, deleted 1937
  257021 CG-2-- (one of the above) U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1924 Sold as Shoestring
  236464 CG-2-- (one of the above) U.S. Coast Guard Patrol Craft 47 71 1925 Sold as Aprentis
  628327 Alert (C-1811) US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1939 Sold 1970s
    Intrepid US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1939 Sold 1970s
    Resolute US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1939 Sold 1970s
    Active US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1942 Built by Southwest Boat, sold 1970s
    Frolic US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1942 Built by Southwest Boat, sold 1970s
    Restless US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1942 Built by Southwest Boat, sold 1970s
    Dandy US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1943 Built by Southwest Boat, sold 1970s
    Fearless US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1943 Built by Southwest Boat, sold 1970s
    Flirt US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1943 Built by Southwest Boat, sold 1970s
    Lively US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1943 Built by Mount Desert BY, sold 1970s
    Swift US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1943 Built by Mount Desert BY, sold 1970s
    Vigilant US Naval Academy Yawl   44 1943 Built by Mount Desert BY, sold 1970s
  251626 PC 449 US Navy Patrol Craft 121 106 25-Sep-40 Prototype, SC 449 1943, sold 1947 as Mary Gene II, later Rita, scrapped 1974
  257688 L 64 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Sep-40 Sold 1949 as Cascade, later Wake Island
    L 65 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Oct-40  
    L 66 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Nov-40  
    L 67 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Dec-40  
    L 78 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Oct-41  
    L 79 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Oct-41  
    L 80 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Nov-41  
    L 81 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Nov-41  
    L 82 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Dec-41  
    L 83 US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 Dec-41  
  561095   US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 1941 C-6976, sold 1974 as Rusty, later Freddy K 2, G.M.D. I
  558205   US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 1941 C-6968, sold 1974 as Eagle
  692057   US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 1941 To USA as T-476, later Beavertail, Acushnet, active
  989260   US Army Dist. Box Boat 35 64 1941 Sold as Amanda K, Ali J 2007, active
  253544 C-2216 US Navy Bomb Target Boat 41 58 1941 Sold 1947 as Hazel D
  262162 C-2217 US Navy Bomb Target Boat 41 58 1941 Sold 1951 as Optimist
  254022 C-22-- US Navy Bomb Target Boat 41 58 1941 Sold 1947 as W. T. Currey
  256317 C-22-- US Navy Bomb Target Boat 41 58 1941 Sold 1948 as Scorpio
  258096 C-22-- US Navy Bomb Target Boat 41 58 1942 Sold 1949 as Scotty Warren, later Seascape, Boston Belle
  269656 C-2221 US Navy Bomb Target Boat 41 58 1942 Sold 1955 as Miss Captree, later Bayberry Mist
    YT 160 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61  1941 YTL 160 1944, to France 1945 as Le Volontaire, later Pluvier (Y 696), Q 424, scrapped 1968
    YT 161 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61  1941 YTL 161 1944, to France 1945 as Hirondelle (Y 657), later Q 565, condemned 1977
    YT 162 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61  1941 YTL 162 1944, to France 1945 as Cacatoès, to Japan 1957
    YT 163 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61  1941 YTL 163 1944, to France 1953 as Sidi Ahmed, later Caille (Y 614), Q 459, scrapped 1970
  511032 YT 164 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61  1941 YTL 164 1944, sold 1967 as Pacific Polaris, later Polaris
    YT 165 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61 1941 YTL 165 1944, to France 1945 as Chardonneret (Y 622), later Q 449, sold 1970, scrapped 1990.
  504550 YT 166 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61  1941 YTL 166 1944, sold 1966 as MPE 166, now General
    YT 167 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61 1941 YTL 167 1944, to France 1953 as Fauvette, to Japan 1957
    YT 168 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61  1941 YTL 168 1944,
  501698 YT 169 US Navy Yard Tug 47 61  1941 YTL 169 1944, sold 1947, Daniel A White 1965, Spuyten Duyvil, False Cape, now Daniel di Napoli
  253345 SC 505 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 21-Apr-42 Sold 1947 as S. S. C. IV
    SC 506 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 30-Apr-42 To France 1944 as Ch. 113
    SC 532 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 20-May-42 To France 1944 as Ch. 103, later P 729, condemned 1952
    SC 533 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 12-Jun-42 To France 1944 as Ch. 104, later P 693, Q 300, condemned 1961
    SC 534 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 11-Jul-42 To France 1944 as Ch. 122, later P 709, Q 441, condemned 1968
    SC 535 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 21-Jul-42 To France 1944 as Ch. 143, later P 727, condemned 1953
    SC 556 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 1-Sep-42 To France 1944 as Carabinier (W 16/W 92/P 617), later Uranium, Q 135, sunk as target 1968
    SC 557 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 15-Oct-42 To France 1944 as Dragon (W 83/W 28/P 620), later Q 148, scrapped 1959
    SC 558 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 19-Nov-42 Torpedoed off Salerno and lost 9-May-44
  255487 SC 1013 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 21-Sep-42 To USCG 1945 as Air Petrel (WAVR 448), later Mount Independence, sank 200x
    SC 1014 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 29-Aug-42 Transferred foreign 1947
    SC 1015 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 20-Oct-42 To USCG 1945 as Air Pheasant (WAVR 449), sold 1948, scuttled in the Bahamas 1982.
    SC 1016 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 15-Dec-42 To USCG 1945 as Air Phoebe (WAVR 450)
  260604 SC 1017 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 29-Dec-42 To USCG 1945 as Air Pigeon (WAVR 451), later Voyager
    SC 1018 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 22-Jan-43 Transferred foreign 1947
    SC 1019 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 15-Feb-43 To NDRF 1946
    SC 1020 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 20-May-43 To France 1947 as GC-7, later P-736, to Vietnam 1956 as HQ-601, deleted 1960
    SC 1021 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 29-Apr-43 To the USSR 1945 as BO 328
  256786 SC 1022 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 9-Jun-43 To USCG 1945 as Air Piper (WAVR 452), sold 1947 as Evelyn L. Willis
    SC 604 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 9-Mar-43 To Brazil 1943 as Guaibá (G 3), scrapped 1952
    SC 605 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 28-May-43 To Brazil 1943 as Gurupá (G 4), scrapped 1952
    SC 606 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 7-Aug-43 Later named Andrews (PC 606), scrapped 1957
    SC 607 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 27-Aug-43 To Brazil 1943 as Guajará (G 5)
  255487 SC 1355 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 10-Jul-43 To USCG 1945 as Air Tern (WAVR 474), sold 1949 as Chief, Mount Independence 1981, deleted 2008
    SC 1356 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 18-Aug-43 To USCG 1945 as Air Thrush (WAVR 475), sold 1948 as Marge
  256883 SC 1357 US Navy Sub Chaser 136d 110 31-Aug-43 To USCG 1945 as Air Toucan (WAVR 476), sold 1948 as Claire Ellin, later J. D. Harrington
    SC 1211 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 16-Aug-43 Sold as Blue Arrow, to Spain 1956 as Javier Quiroga, struck 1971
    SC 1212 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 18-Sep-43 Later named Laurinburg, scrapped 1959
    SC 1213 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 6-Oct-43 Later named Louden, scrapped 1960
    SC 1214 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 28-Oct-43 Destroyed 1951
    SC 1215 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 26-Nov-43 To NDRF 1948
    SC 1216 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 31-Dec-43 Later named Elkins, scrapped 1960
    SC 1217 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 27-Apr-44 Sold for scrap 1948, still at Rossville NJ 2008
    SC 1218 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 29-May-44 To Thailand 1948 as Sukeip (PC 5), struck 1991
    SC 1219 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 1-Jul-44 To NDRF 1948
    SC 1220 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 29-Jul-44 To NDRF 1948
    SC 1255 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 1-Sep-44 Later PGM 18, sunk by a mine off Okinawa and lost 7-Apr-45
    SC 1256 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 27-Oct-44 To Portugal 1948 as São Tomé (TM/P 585), struck c1969
    SC 1257 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 21-Dec-44 To Portugal 1948 as Santiago (P 583), struck 1967
  258021 SC 1258 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 24-Jan-45 Sold 1948 as Boston Belle, resold to Argentina as Ciudad de Rosario, abandoned 1982
    SC 1259 US Navy Sub Chaser 463d 110 6-Mar-45 To Portugal 1948 as São Vincente (VC/P 586)
  286886 Onockatin (YT 277) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 1-Jun-44 YTB 277 1944, sold 1960 as Timber
  286231 Ossahinta  (YT 278) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 19-Jul-44 YTB 278 1944, sold 1960 as Rival
  287164 Penacook (YT 279) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 26-Sep-44 YTB 279 1944, sold 1961 as Atlantic, later Whiteman 10, sank 1969
    Tuscola (YT 280) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 28-Apr-44 YTB 280 1944, struck 1963
    Cholocco (YTB 498) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 1944 YTM 764 1966, sold 1975 as Robert Henjes?
  583859 Chiquito (YTB 499) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 Aug-45 YTM 765 1966, sold 1965 as Scammon Bay, later Marine Retriever, Cascade, Island Brave, now Marine Retriever
  584534 Chohonaga (YTB 500) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 1945 YTM 766 1966, sold 1975 as Double Eagle, now Michael Lind
    Ankachak (YTB 501) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 5-Nov-45 YTM 767 1966, to Greece 1972 as Aias (A-412), active
    Apohola (YTB 502) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 3-Jan-46 YTM 768 1966, scrapped 1987
530 251319 Atanus (YTB 503) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110  1946 Cancelled 1945, completed as Orion, later Southport, now Rusty Pelican
531 252290 Ayanabi (YTB 504) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 1946 Cancelled 1945, completed as Juno, later Ledyard, Leonard M
532 254077 Bocachee (YTB 505) US Navy Yard Tug 397d 110 1946 Cancelled 1945, completed as Triton, active (Paraguay)
      US Air Force Life Boat   18  194? 60 boats
    Agile (AM 421) U.S. Navy Minesweeper 744d 172 21-Jun-56 Scrapped 1980
    Aggressive (AM 422) U.S. Navy Minesweeper 755d 172 25-Nov-53 Scrapped 1980
    Avenge (AM 423) U.S. Navy Minesweeper 755d 172 13-May-54 Destroyed by fire 1969
    Rival (AM 468) U.S. Navy Minesweeper 775d 172 3-Sep-54 Scrapped 1971
    Sagacity (AM 469) U.S. Navy Minesweeper 775d 172 20-Jan-55 Scrapped 1971
    Salute (AM 470) U.S. Navy Minesweeper 775d 172 4-May-55 Scrapped 1971
    Skill (AM 471) U.S. Navy Minesweeper 775d 172 7-Nov-55 Scrapped 1979
Standard-Design Sailboats
    Luders 16       26   229 boats built 
    Luders 24       38   15 boats built 
    Luders 27       40   6 boats built 
    Luders 44       44   6 boats built 
    Viking 31       31   12 boats built
    Luders 5.5m       33   16 boats built 
Commercial and Recreational Boats Built After WWII
    Gleam   Cutter   16 1945  
    Josephine III   Sloop   16 1945 Later Susana
  250092 Annette R M. F. Reddington Power Boat 53 66  1946 Later Jessica S, Murlyn IV
    Kittiwake   Power Boat   38 1946  
    Suluan   Aux. Yawl   30 1946  
  506518     Yacht 11 39 1946 Later Brigadoon, Bunky, Storm