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List of United States Coast Guard cutters

 

List of United States Coast Guard cutters

The List of United States Coast Guard Cutters is a listing of all cutters to have been commissioned by the United States Coast Guard during the history of that service. It is sorted by length down to 65', the minimum length of a USCG cutter.

Contents

  • 420' Healy class Icebreaker (WAGB) 1
  • 418' National Security Cutter, Large (WMSL) 2
  • 399' Polar Class Icebreaker (WAGB) 3
  • 378' High Endurance Cutter (WHEC) 4
  • 327' Treasury class Cutter (WPG) 5
  • 311' Casco class Cutter (WAVP) 6
  • 309' Icebreaker (WAGB) 7
  • 306' Edsall Class (WDE) 8
  • 295' Training Barque Eagle (WIX) 9
  • 290' Medium Great Lakes Icebreaker (WAGB) 10
  • 282' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC) 11
  • 270' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC) 12
  • 269' Wind class Icebreaker (WAGB) 13
  • 255' Owasco class Cutter (WPG/WHEC) 14
  • 250' Lakes class Cutter 15
  • 240' Tampa class Cutter 16
  • 240' Seagoing Buoy Tender Breaker (WLBB) 17
  • 230' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC) 18
  • 225' Juniper class USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders (WLB) 19
  • 213' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC) 20
  • 210' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC) 21
  • 205' Navajo class Auxiliary Tug (WAT) 22
  • 200' Eagle class 23
  • 189' - USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders 24
  • 180' - USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders 25
    • Class A (Cactus) 25.1
    • Class B (Mesquite) 25.2
    • Class C (Iris) 25.3
  • 180' Oceanographic Vessel (WAGO) 26
  • 179' Patrol Coastal (WPC) 27
  • 176' Cargo Vessel (WAK) 28
  • 175' Keeper class Coastal Buoy Tender (WLM) 29
  • 173' Magnolia class Bay and Sound Tender (WAGL) 30
  • 165' Algonquin class Patrol Boat (WPG) 31
  • 165' Thetis class Patrol Boat (WPC) 32
  • 160' Inland Construction Tender (WLIC) 33
  • 157' Red class Coastal Buoy Tender (WLM) 34
  • 154' Sentinel class Fast Response Cutter (WPC) 35
  • 143' Auxiliary Tug (WATA) 36
  • 140' Bay class Icebreaking Tug (WTGB) 37
  • 133' White class Coastal Buoy Tender (WAGL/WLM) 38
  • 125' Active class Patrol Boat (WSC) 39
  • 123' Patrol Boat (WPB) 40
  • 113' Sycamore Class (WAGL) 41
  • 110' Surface effect ship (WSES) 42
  • 110' Island class patrol boat (WPB) 43
  • 110' Calumet class harbor tug (WYTM/WYT) 44
  • 110' Arundel class harbor tug (WYTM/WYT) 45
  • 110' Apalachee class harbor tug (WYT) 46
  • 100' Inland buoy tender (WLI) 47
  • 100' Inland construction tender (WLIC) 48
  • 95' Cape class patrol boat 49
  • 87' Marine Protector Class coastal patrol boat (WPB) 50
  • 82' Point class patrol boat (WPB) 51
  • 80' Inland buoy tender (WLI) 52
  • 75' Gasconade class river buoy tender (WLR) 53
  • 75' Kankakee class river buoy tender (WLR) 54
  • 75' Inland construction tender (WLIC) 55
  • 73' Hydrofoil (WPGH) 56
  • 65' River buoy tender (WLR) 57
  • 65' Inland buoy tender (WLI) 58
  • 65' Small harbor tug (WYTL) 59
  • Other 60
  • See also 61
  • References 62
  • External links 63

420' Healy class Icebreaker (WAGB)

418' National Security Cutter, Large (WMSL)

399' Polar Class Icebreaker (WAGB)

378' High Endurance Cutter (WHEC)

327' Treasury class Cutter (WPG)

311' Casco class Cutter (WAVP)

309' Icebreaker (WAGB)

306' Edsall Class (WDE)

295' Training Barque Eagle (WIX)

290' Medium Great Lakes Icebreaker (WAGB)

282' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)

270' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)

269' Wind class Icebreaker (WAGB)

Wind class icebreaker

255' Owasco class Cutter (WPG/WHEC)

250' Lakes class Cutter

240' Tampa class Cutter

240' Seagoing Buoy Tender Breaker (WLBB)

230' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)

225' Juniper class USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders (WLB)

213' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)

213' Diver Class Cutter (WAT)

210' Medium Endurance Cutter (WMEC)

205' Navajo class Auxiliary Tug (WAT)

200' Eagle class

189' - USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders

USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders

180' - USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders

USCG Seagoing Buoy Tenders

Class A (Cactus)

Class B (Mesquite)

Class C (Iris)

180' Oceanographic Vessel (WAGO)

179' Patrol Coastal (WPC)

Cyclone class Coastal Patrol Ships on loan from the United States Navy from 2004-2011

176' Cargo Vessel (WAK)

175' Keeper class Coastal Buoy Tender (WLM)

173' Magnolia class Bay and Sound Tender (WAGL)

165' Algonquin class Patrol Boat (WPG)

Also known as 165-Foot "A" Patrol Craft

165' Thetis class Patrol Boat (WPC)

Also known as 165-Foot (B) Patrol Craft

160' Inland Construction Tender (WLIC)

157' Red class Coastal Buoy Tender (WLM)

154' Sentinel class Fast Response Cutter (WPC)

143' Auxiliary Tug (WATA)

140' Bay class Icebreaking Tug (WTGB)

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Thunder Bay (WTGB-108) clears a channel for vessels to navigate the frozen Hudson River

133' White class Coastal Buoy Tender (WAGL/WLM)

125' Active class Patrol Boat (WSC)

123' Patrol Boat (WPB)

Island class Patrol Boat

113' Sycamore Class (WAGL)

110' Surface effect ship (WSES)

110' Island class patrol boat (WPB)

Island Class 110-foot patrol boat

110' Calumet class harbor tug (WYTM/WYT)

110' Arundel class harbor tug (WYTM/WYT)

110' Apalachee class harbor tug (WYT)

100' Inland buoy tender (WLI)

100' Inland construction tender (WLIC)

95' Cape class patrol boat

95' Cape class patrol boat

87' Marine Protector Class coastal patrol boat (WPB)

Marine Protector class 87-foot coastal patrol boat

82' Point class patrol boat (WPB)

Point-class cutter

80' Inland buoy tender (WLI)

75' Gasconade class river buoy tender (WLR)

75' Kankakee class river buoy tender (WLR)

USCGC Greenbrier (WLR-75501), a diesel powered vessel built for the US Coast Guard in 1990

75' Inland construction tender (WLIC)

The Coast Guard Cutter USCGC Sledge (WLIC-75303), a 75-foot construction tender homeported in Baltimore.

73' Hydrofoil (WPGH)

65' River buoy tender (WLR)

65' Inland buoy tender (WLI)

65' Small harbor tug (WYTL)

Other

See also

References

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) No. NJ-139, "U.S. Coast Guard Cutter HORNBEAM, Cape May, Cape May County, NJ"

External links

  • USCG Cutter list
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