FANDOM

258,382 Pages

</td></tr></td></tr>
Ahoskie (YTB-804)
USS Ahoskie (YTB-804) and Antigo (YTB-792) come alongside of USS Macdonough (DDG-39) at Charleston, South Carolina (USA), 22 March 1991 (6468910)
Ahoskie (YTB-804), left, sprays streams of water into the air as  Antigo (YTB-792) comes alongside the guided-missile destroyer USS Macdonough (DDG-39) to escort her up the Cooper River to Naval Station, Charleston, 22 March 1991.
Career Flag of the United States.svg
Awarded: 4 March 1969
Builder: Peterson Builders, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Laid down: 23 June 1969
Launched: 14 January 1970
Acquired: 7 July 1970
Struck: 10 October 1995
Homeport: Charleston, S.C.v
Fate: In private service in Eastport, Maine
General characteristics
Class & type: Natick-class large harbor tug
Displacement: 282 long tons (287 t) (light)
341 long tons (346 t) (full)
Length: 109 ft (33 m)
Beam: 31 ft (9.4 m)
Draft: 14 ft (4.3 m)
Speed: 12 knots (14 mph; 22 km/h)
Complement: 12
Armament: None

Ahoskie (YTB-804) was a United States Navy Natick-class large harbor tug named for Ahoskie, North Carolina.[1]

ConstructionEdit

The contract for Ahoskie was awarded 4 Mar 1969. She was laid down on 23 June 1969 at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin by Peterson Builders and launched 14 January 1970.

Operational historyEdit

Delivered to the Navy on 7 July 1970, Ahoskie was assigned to duty in the 6th Naval District and based at Charleston, South Carolina. She has spent her entire Navy career providing towing and other services to ships at Charleston.

Stricken from the Navy List 10 October 1995, ex-Ahoskie was sold to the City of Eastport, Maine Port Authority, 7 March 1996.

Circa 2000, the ship was in civilian service in Eastport, Maine. A wooden plaque on the stack identified it as the Ahoskie.

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit


This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (view authors).
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.