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U.S. Army Ocean Tugs (LT, ST) Built During WWII

Most recent update: March 26, 2014.


A total of 718 ocean tugs were built for the U.S. Army during WWII, by 46 shipbuilders and boatbuilders.  Built in both steel and wood, they were designated as either large tugs (LTs) or small tugs (STs).  Some of the gaps in the table below represent older tugs drafted into service for WWII.  Some STs were later reclassified as river tugs (RTs) and others were transferred to the Defense Plant Corporation (DPC), which was the federal agency responsible for building defense facilities.  See the post-war record of construction here.  This table is far from complete: if anyone can fill any of the gaps, please e-mail me at timcolton@aol.com

Type # Shipbuilder Location Design # Steel or Wood Feet Delivery Disposition
Unnumbered Tugs
    Allen Boat Harvey LA 282 S 55 Jan-41 LTC Ezra Davis
    Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 222 S 82 Feb-41 LTC Paul W. Evans
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 191 S 80 Feb-41 COL Ernest H. Agnew
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 191 S 80 Apr-41 BG John B. Bellinger, later Corporal, Ned Moran, Valoil, Beatrice Lewis, Thomas F. Drew, Nelson
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 204 S 65 Jun-41 COL Wm. G. Gambrill, later Zeeland II, Witpower
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 240 S 56 Jul-41 MAJ Enrique Garcia
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 239 S 66 Aug-41 MAJ Wm. E. Warner, later Seahound
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 222 S 82 Aug-41 COL Richard T. Ellis
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 222 S 82 Nov-41 MAJ Geo. H. Harrell, later Bergen, Russell 18, Ann McAllister
    Levingston SB Orange TX 331 S 65 31-Dec-41 MAJ George W. Armitage
    Levingston SB Orange TX 331 S 65 20-Jan-42 MAJ Hugh F. Ewing, sold 1949 as Ewing, later Little Company, NLD
    Lester F. Alexander New Orleans LA 283 S 68 Mar-42 CAPT Chas A. Bader
    Lester F. Alexander New Orleans LA 283 S 68 Apr-42 CAPT A. L. Barber
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 238 S 102 Apr-42 LTC John H. Adams
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 240-A S 56 Apr-42 Unnamed
    Allen Boat Harvey LA 270 S 69 Apr-42 MAJ A. L. McCoy
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 238 S 102 Jul-42 MAJ Halbert H. Noyes, later John McNiven, Dalmatian
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA   S 69 Jul-42 LTC George S. Gillis, later YTB 746, Coamo, Viking, Cape Sable
    Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA   S 69 Jul-42 COL John M. Ritchie, later Picto, Doris Moran, Harbor Light, Sandra St. Philip, Crazy Horse, Tecumsah, Gimrock Odyssey
Numbered Tugs
LT 1 Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 271 S 113 4/43-3/44 MAJ Ethel A. Robbins
LT 2 Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 271 S 113 4/43-3/44 MAJ Randolf J. Hermandez
LT 3 Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 271 S 113 4/43-3/44 MAJ Ralph Bogle
LT 4 Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 271 S 113 4/43-3/44 MAJ Wilbur F. Browder
LT 5 Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 271 S 113 4/43-3/44 MAJ Elisha K. Henson, to USACE as Nash, museum at Oswego 1988
LT 6 Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 271 S 113 4/43-3/44 MAJ Ocea L. Ferris
LT 7 Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 271 S 113 4/43-3/44 MAJ George W. Hovey
LT 8 Jakobson Shipyard Oyster Bay NY 271 S 113 4/43-3/44 MAJ Charles A. Radcliff
ST 9 Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 255 S 82 4/43-5/43 Later Elwina McAllister, Witpower II
ST 10 Equitable Equipment New Orleans LA 255 S 82 4/43-5/43 Lost 1945
  11              
ST 12 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43  
ST 13 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43  
ST 14 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43  
ST 15 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 10-Sep-42 Sold 1945 as ST 15, later Nummer 25
ST 16 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 19-Sep-42 Sold 1945 as ST 16, later Nummer 34
ST 17 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 30-Sep-42 To USACoE 1945 as Astoria, to Peru 1949, same name
LT 18 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 271 S 113 4/43-9/43  
LT 19 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 271 S 113 4/43-9/43  
LT 20 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 271 S 113 4/43-9/43  
LT 21 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 271 S 113 4/43-9/43 Sold to Luzon Stevedoring as Grenadier, lost in the 1960s
LT 22 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 271 S 113 4/43-9/43  
LT 23 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 271 S 113 4/43-9/43 To Egypt 1946
  24              
ST 25 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 2-May-42 Named Zimmerman, sold 1949 as Breton
ST 26 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 20-May-42 Named Hostetter, sold 1949 as Sadie, later Olga, to Colombia 1978
ST 27 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 5-Jun-42 Named Jones, sold 1949
ST 28 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 15-Jun-42 Sold 1949 as Hudson
ST 29 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 14-Jun-42 Named Rees, sold 1949 as Miller
ST 30 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 26-Jun-42 Named Finley, sold 1949 as Russell 5, later New London
ST 31 Platzer Boat Works Houston TX 257 S 74 11/42-12/42 Sold 1946 as Patco, later Mary, Polly P.
ST 32 Platzer Boat Works Houston TX 257 S 74 11/42-12/42 Later De La Hunt, now Blue Lenoir
ST 33 Platzer Boat Works Houston TX 257 S 74 11/42-12/42 Sold 194x as Moir
ST 34 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257 S 74 9/42-12/42  
ST 35 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257 S 74 9/42-12/42 Lost during WWII
ST 36 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257 S 74 9/42-12/42  
ST 37 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257 S 74 9/42-12/42  
ST 38 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257 S 74 9/42-12/42  
ST 39 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257 S 74 9/42-12/42 Lost during WWII
ST 40 American Machy Beresford FL 257-A S 74 1/43-3/43 Lost during WWII
ST 41 American Machy Beresford FL 257-A S 74 1/43-3/43  
ST 42 American Machy Beresford FL 257-A S 74 1/43-3/43  
ST 43 American Machy Beresford FL 257-A S 74 1/43-3/43  
ST 44 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257 S 74 Jan-43 Sold 1954; later Alessandra Neri; scrapped 1986
ST 45 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257 S 74 Feb-43  
ST 46 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Dec-42 To Venezuela as Esteban Rojas; stricken 1958 
ST 47 Dubuque Boiler Dubuque IA 257 S 74 Dec-42  
ST 48 Dubuque Boiler Dubuque IA 257-A S 74 Jan-43  
ST 49 Dubuque Boiler Dubuque IA 257-A S 74 Jan-43  
                 
LT 57 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL 228 S 123 11/43-4/44 Sold 1962 as Ellen Foss, now Norman S
LT 58 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL 228 S 123 11/43-4/44 To China 1946
LT 59 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL 228 S 123 11/43-4/44  
LT 60 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL 228 S 123 11/43-4/44 To US Navy 1946 as ATA 241
LT 61 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL 228 S 123 11/43-4/44  
LT 62 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL 228 S 123 11/43-4/44 Sank 1949 but salvaged, now Island Sovereign (Canada)
LT 63 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL 228 S 123 11/43-4/44  
LT 64 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL 228 S 123 11/43-4/44  
ST 65 Hodgson-Greene Long Beach CA na W 40 Aug-42  
                 
ST 70 Platzer Boat Works Houston TX 257-A S 74 2/43-4/43 Sold 1946 as Evelyn, later Transport, Virginia B.
ST 71 Platzer Boat Works Houston TX 257-A S 74 2/43-4/43 Sold 1946 as Russell 8, later Reid McAllister, Donegal, now John R Asher.
ST 72 Platzer Boat Works Houston TX 257-A S 74 2/43-4/43 Sold 1946 as Boaz, later Eric-H. Scrapped?
ST 73 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 14-Nov-42 Sold 1949 as Olemack, later Kenneth S. III, Valdez, Valdez Service, Ray A, Alma B, Dawn, Susan Ann
ST 74 Levingston SB Orange TX 257 S 74 31-Dec-42  
ST 75 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Aug-43 Sunk by German gunfire off Guernsey July 1944
ST 76 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Sep-43 To Italy as Boeo (Y 417); stricken 1986
ST 77 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Sep-43 To Italy as Albenga (Y 412); stricken c1990
ST 78 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Nov-43 Sold 1948 as Martha, later Tiuna; scrapped 1984
ST 79 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Aug-43 To Finland 1946 as No. 13, then Merikarhu; now museum at Hamina
ST 80 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Nov-43 Sold 1948 as Dragon, then Luigi Noli, Torretta; now museum at Genoa as ST 80
ST 81 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Dec-43 Sold 1955; later Americano Neri; scrapped 1986
ST 82 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Dec-43 To Finland as No.15, then DR-15, No.15, Korceakari, Mistral 2, Jean-Michel, ILPC No.1; scrapped c1985
ST 83 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Oct-43 To Finland as No.3, then DR-3, No.3, Vigor, Riviera, Cala Bianca; scrapped c1988
ST 84 JK Welding Brooklyn NY 257-A S 74 Oct-43 To France 1946 as ST 84; scrapped 1971
ST 85 Port Houston IW Houston TX 257-A S 74 Feb-43  
ST 86 Port Houston IW Houston TX 257-A S 74 Feb-43  
ST 87 Matton Sons Cohoes NY 257-A S 74 Feb-44 To Finland 1946 as No.10, later DR-10, No.10, Halli, Mistral 3, Jean Luc, Jason, scrapped 1986 
ST 88 Matton Sons Cohoes NY 257-A S 74 Mar-44 To Finland 1946 as No.1, later DR-1, No.1, Fulgor, Furius, Furia, now Furius
ST 89 Matton Sons Cohoes NY 257-A S 74 Apr-44 To Finland 1946 as No.4, later Star, Rauma II, Mars II, Fakir, scrapped 1984
ST 90 Matton Sons Cohoes NY 257-A S 74 Jun-44 To Finland 1946 as No.17, later DR-17, No.17, Poitsila, Partner, Nina H, now yacht Poitsila
                 
LT 113 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL   S 94 Sep-42 Built for USMC as Port Byron, sold 1946 as Dalzellaird, scrapped 197x
LT 114 Calumet Shipyard Chicago IL   S 94 Oct-42 Built for USMC as Port Allegheny, sold 1946 as Dyer, later Porpoise, Sachem, now Porpoise
LT 115 Grays Harbor SB Aberdeen WA 293 W 126 12/43-3/44 Later Patrick, abandoned in Vietnam
LT 116 Grays Harbor SB Aberdeen WA 293 W 126 12/43-3/44 Later William, abandoned in Vietnam
LT 117 Grays Harbor SB Aberdeen WA 293 W 126 12/43-3/44 Later Michael, abandoned in Vietnam
LT 118 Grays Harbor SB Aberdeen WA 293 W 126 12/43-3/44 Later San Marcos, burnt and sank in Galveston 1955
LT 119 Grays Harbor SB Aberdeen WA 293 W 126 12/43-3/44 Sold to Dutch owners 1946 and broken up
                 
LT 128 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44  
LT 129 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44  
LT 130 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44  
LT 131 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44  
LT 132 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44 To US Navy 1946 as ATA 242
LT 133 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44  
LT 134 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44 To Korea 1946
LT 135 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44 To China 1946
LT 136 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44  
LT 137 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 9/43-4/44 To the Philippines 1945
ST 138 Calmes Engineering New Orleans LA na S 82 Aug-42  
  139              
LT 140 Barbee Marine Seattle WA 293 W 127 8/43-2/44 Later L. H. Coolidge, sank 1951
LT 141 Barbee Marine Seattle WA 293 W 127 8/43-2/44 Later Shawnee, abandoned in Vietnam
LT 142 Barbee Marine Seattle WA 293 W 127 8/43-2/44 To Sea Scouts in Olympia WA as Czar, abandoned on Nisqually Beach
LT 143 Barbee Marine Seattle WA 293 W 127 8/43-2/44 Later Cayuse, abandoned in Vietnam
LT 144 Barbee Marine Seattle WA 293 W 127 8/43-2/44 Later Florence Filburg, sank near Seattle 2005, to be scrapped
  145              
ST 146 Hickinbotham Bros. Stockton CA 257-A S 74 6/43-10/43  
ST 147 Hickinbotham Bros. Stockton CA 257-A S 74 6/43-10/43  
ST 148 Hickinbotham Bros. Stockton CA 257-A S 74 6/43-10/43  
ST 149 Hickinbotham Bros. Stockton CA 257-A S 74 6/43-10/43 To Portugal 1953 as Monte Grande
  150              
LT 151 Hodgson-Greene Long Beach CA 293 W 127 9/43-4/44 Later Charles, abandoned in Viretnam
LT 152 Hodgson-Greene Long Beach CA 293 W 127 9/43-4/44 To Italy 1946 as Atleta, scrapped 1977
LT 153 Hodgson-Greene Long Beach CA 293 W 127 9/43-4/44 To Dutch owners 1946, broken up
LT 154 Hodgson-Greene Long Beach CA 293 W 127 9/43-4/44 To Italy 1946 as Tenace, scrapped 1977
LT 155 Hodgson-Greene Long Beach CA 293 W 127 9/43-4/44 To Greece 1966 as Proteus
LT 156 Northwestern SB Bellingham WA 293 W 127 9/43-3/44 To US Navy 1946 as ATA 244, later Tyonek, abandoned in Vietnam
LT 157 Northwestern SB Bellingham WA 293 W 127 9/43-3/44 Later Santiam, abandoned in Vietnam
LT 158 Northwestern SB Bellingham WA 293 W 127 9/43-3/44 Later yacht Mary Mackin, abandoned and burnt on Burrard beach 2004
LT 159 Northwestern SB Bellingham WA 293 W 127 9/43-3/44 To Italy 1946 as Forte, scrapped
LT 160 Northwestern SB Bellingham WA 293 W 127 9/43-3/44 Sold 1946 as Sea Horse, later Martha Foss, Makah, sank in Vietnam 1969
                 
ST 164 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43  
ST 165 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43 Lost during WWII
ST 166 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43 Sold 1946 as Gary Foss, later Rocket
ST 167 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43  
ST 168 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43  
ST 169 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43  
ST 170 Reliable Welding Olympia WA 257-A S 74 2/43-10/43  
ST 171 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 172 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 173 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 174 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 175 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 176 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 177 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 178 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 179 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
ST 180 Sturgeon Bay SB Sturgeon Bay WI 320 S 45 2/43-6/43  
                 
LT 186 Sagstad Shipyard Seattle WA 293 W 127 9/43-1/44 Later Alaska Monarch, sank off Puerta Arena 1976, raised and broken up
LT 187 Sagstad Shipyard Seattle WA 293 W 127 9/43-1/44 Sold 1946 as Christine Foss, beached and destroyed in Alaska 1988
LT 188 Sagstad Shipyard Seattle WA 293 W 127 9/43-1/44 Later Pablo, said to be in Hong Kong
ST 189 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 190 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 191 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 192 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 193 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 194 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 195 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 196 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 197 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 198 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 199 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 200 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 201 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 202 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 203 Reid & Son Winthrop MA 323 W 47 5/43-6/43  
ST 204 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 205 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 206 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 207 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 208 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 209 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 210 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 211 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 212 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
ST 213 Higgins Industries New Orleans LA 321 S 50 3/43-6/43  
LT 214 Puget Sound BB Tacoma WA 293 W 127 12/43-4/44 To Italy 1946 as Colosso, scrapped
LT 215 Puget Sound BB Tacoma WA 293 W 127 12/43-4/44 To China 1946 as Ting Chang
LT 217 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Aug-43 To China 1947
LT 218 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Aug-43 To China 1947
LT 219 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Sep-43 To China 1947
LT 220 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Sep-43 To China 1947, to Taiwan 1949 as Ta Ming, struck 1975 
LT 221 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Oct-43 Sunk by a mine in the Gulf of Cagliari, Sardinia, 1944
LT 222 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Oct-43 Later Patao 1949, Bermudian, scrapped 1969
LT 223 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Nov-43 Later R P Hyams, William S Smith, Dame E Temple, William S Smith, now Orion
LT 224 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Nov-43 To Argentine Navy 1946 as Charrua, sold 1963, sank 1979, scrapped 2010
LT 225 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Dec-43 To UNRRA 1946, later CW Tug 5. 
LT 226 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Dec-43 To UNRRA 1946 
LT 227 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Jan-44 To the Philippines 1945, China 1947
LT 228 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Jan-44 To China 1947
LT 229 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Jan-44 To China 1947
LT 230 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Feb-44 To S Vietnam 1959 as TCS 131, existence in doubt
LT 231 Marietta Mfg. Point Pleasant WV 254 S 149 Feb-44 To China 1947
                 
ST 243 Levingston SB Orange TX 327 S 86 30-Jun-43 Sold 1953 as Wm. H. McAllister
ST 244 Walker & Sons, F. B. Pascagoula MS 327 S 86 5/43-6/43  
ST 245 Walker & Sons, F. B. Pascagoula MS 327 S 86 5/43-6/43  
ST 246 Levingston SB Orange TX 327-JE S 86 31-Aug-43 To France 1949
ST 247 Levingston SB Orange TX 327-JE S 86 29-Sep-43 To Belgium 1949
ST 248 Levingston SB Orange TX 327-JE S 86 30-Sep-43 To France 1949, later Mindin
ST 249 Levingston SB Orange TX 327-JE S 86 25-Oct-43  
ST 250 Levingston SB Orange TX 327-JE S 86 30-Oct-43  
ST 251 Levingston SB Orange TX 327-JE S 86 29-Nov-43  
ST 252 Levingston SB Orange TX 327 S 86 30-Nov-43 Sold 1952 as Jakob, later Haahr Triumf, Louise Diver, Jakob, now in the Aarhus Maritime Museum 
ST 253 Levingston SB Orange TX 327 S 86 3-Dec-43 To Belgium 1949
                 
ST 333 United Boat Service City Island NY 257-A S 74 11/43-3/44 To Italy 1948 as Nisida (Y 437). Stricken as target ship 1992
ST 334 United Boat Service City Island NY 257-A S 74 11/43-3/44 Sold 1950 as Eléonore. Dismantled 1969
ST 335 United Boat Service City Island NY 257-A S 74 11/43-3/44 To Finland 1946 as minesweeper (DR-18), sold as tug Alpo 1952, still active, see her here
ST 336 United Boat Service City Island NY 257-A S 74 11/43-3/44 Sold 1945, then No.35. Scrapped 1988
ST 337 United Boat Service City Island NY 257-A S 74 11/43-3/44 To Finland 1946 as minesweeper (DR-9), sold as tug Pantera 1948
ST 338 United Boat Service City Island NY 257-A S 74 11/43-3/44 To Finland 1946 as minesweeper (DR-6), sold as tug Puma 1949
ST 339 United Boat Service City Island NY 257-A S 74 11/43-3/44 To Finland 1946 as minesweeper (DR-14), sold as tug Ferro 1949
ST 340 United Boat Service City Island NY 257-A S 74 11/43-3/44 Sold 1945, then No.32.
ST 341 American Machy Beresford FL 257-A S 74 8/43-10/43  
ST 342 American Machy Beresford FL 257-A S 74 8/43-10/43 To Finland 1946 as No. 7, DR-7, No. 7, Pirttisaari 1952, Aura, Marina II, now Normandia
ST 343 American Machy Beresford FL 257-A S 74 8/43-10/43 To Finland 1946 as No. 2, DR-2, No. 2, Pyhtää 1952, Pyhäranta, now Famnen
ST 344 American Machy Beresford FL 257-A S 74 8/43-10/43 Lost during WWII
                 
LT 352 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 5/44-10/44  
LT 353 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 5/44-10/44  
LT 354 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 5/44-10/44  
LT 355 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 5/44-10/44 To China 1946
LT 356 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 5/44-10/44  
LT 357 Tampa Marine Tampa FL 228 S 123 5/44-10/44  
LT