Place of Build:
- Southern California
Built in 1917 as the Flagship for the Catalina Tuna Club. Served as a Coastal Patrol Boat for the U.S. Navy in World War II.
She now belongs to the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum.
Keel is 8x10" oak, planked in cedar and framed in oak. In the 1950's, a Ferro-cement coating was put over the hull.
Current engine is a 4 cylinder Yanmar diesel.
Served as a Coastal Patrol Boat for the U.S. Navy in World War II.