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Natoma

 

A former name retained.

 

(SP–666: dp. 112; l. 120’; b. 17’6”; dr. 5’; s. 10 k.; a. I 3–pdr., 1 .30 cal. mg.)

 

Motor boat Natoma was built by Chas. Seabury & Sons, Morris Heights, N.Y.; acquired by the Navy from Richard Howe, New York City 4 July 1917; and commissioned 23 August 1917 to serve on section patrol in the 3rd Naval District during World War I. After the Armistice, Alatoma decommissioned and was transferred to the Coast & Geodetic Survey 4 April 1919.