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An inland construction tender is a type of ship used to build and service shore structures such as piers and buoy trestles. It is also used to maintain buoys and aids to navigation.[1] Less frequently, they may be used for law enforcement, environmental, icebreaking, and search and rescue operations.[2]

The United States Coast Guard currently has three classes of inland construction tenders designated as WLIC.[3]

160-foot class inland construction tender[edit | edit source]

100-foot class inland construction tender[edit | edit source]

75-foot class inland construction tender[edit | edit source]

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