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Najelda (S. P. 277)

(SP-277: dp. 52; l. 65-; b. 18-5-; dr. 5-; s. 10 k.; a. 1 6 pdr., 2 mg.)

A former name retained.

Najelda, a wooden motor boat, was built in 1907 by N. Emanuel, Brunswick, Ga. for Capt. F. P. Barry, New Orleans, La.; acquired by the Navy 1 May 1917; and was commissioned 6 May 1917. After patrol duty along the Gulf Coast, she was decommissioned 9 December 1918, struck from the Naval Register 11 June 1919, and sold to A. Denapolis, New Orleans, La. 30 October.

Published: Wed Feb 10 12:13:34 EST 2016