Most recent update: August 26, 2021.
Continental Shipbuilding apparently operated on the same site as the legendary Continental Iron Works, builder of the Monitor. Can anyone tell me more about it, or add to the table below? If so, please send your info to email@example.com
|US Army||Tug||ST||752||155||86||Aug-44||Sold 194x as Salvador|
|US Army||Tug||ST||753||155||86||Aug-44||To USACE as Prewitt, sold 1982, lost 1994|
|US Army||Tug||ST||754||155||86||Sep-44||Sold 1946 as Ursa, later Bill, Ernest Perdue 1973, Sharon P 1979, scrapped 1992|
|US Army||Tug||ST||755||155||86||Oct-44||Sold in Greece 194x as Vernicos Irini, now in a museum in Istanbul|
|US Army||Tug||ST||756||155||86||Oct-44||Sold in Greece 194x as Poseidon, Fouli 1998, no record after 2007|
|US Army||Tug||ST||757||155||86||Nov-44||Sold in Greece 1949 as Herkules, later Conde de Ruisenada, Duende, sank 1978|