Naval History and Heritage Command

Naval History and Heritage Command

Related Content
Document Type
  • Ship History
Wars & Conflicts
File Formats
Location of Archival Materials

Narada (161)

(SP-161: dp. 505; l. 224-; b. 27-; dr. 15-9-; s. 12 k.)

A former name retained.

Narada, a wooden yacht, was built by Ramsey and Ferguson, Leith, Scotland; launched 30 May 1889; acquired by the Navy 30 June 1917 and commissioned 12 October 1917, Lt. Charles Rodstrom in command.

During her entire period of service, Narada was based at New London, Conn. for experimental submarine signal work.

After completion of service, Narada sailed for New York, arriving 13 January 1919. She was decommissioned the same day and returned to her owner Mr. Henry D. Walters, Baltimore, Md. on 4 February.

Published: Wed Feb 10 12:16:35 EST 2016