Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number 217059
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 251.00
Width 43.58
Depth 19.16
Gross Tonnage 2084.00
Net Tonnage 1223.00
Hull Material Steel
Hull Number 00102

Vessel History

Rebuilds Rebuilt as weather patrol ship by U.S. Navy, 1941.
History Laid down for C. Hannevig, of Oslo, Norway; requisitioned by U.S. Shipping Board in April, 1917, prior to launching. Acquired by U.S. Navy on September 15, 1941; renamed USS MONOMOY on October 15, 1941; commissioned on December 24, 1941. As part of Weather Patrol, Atlantic Fleet, was manned by Coast Guard personnel out of Boston, MA. Attacked by German U-boat on July 24, 1942, she returned fire, damaging sub, and forcing it to break off contact. Turned over formally to Coast Guard on October 22, 1943, and removed from Naval Register on October 30, 1943.
Disposition Scrapped by Patapsco Scrap Co. at Baltimore, MD, in 1951.

Build Information

Builder Globe Shipbuilding Co.
Place Built Superior, WI
Date Built 1918-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
MASSEY, J. FLOYD1930-00-001941-00-00U.S.217059
MONOMOY (AG-40)1941-00-001943-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY
MONOMOY (WAG-275)1943-00-001946-00-00U.S.U.S.C.G.
MASSEY, J. FLOYD1946-00-001951-00-00U.S.217059

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
U.S. Shipping Board1918-00-001925-00-00U.S.217059
Lake Arline Steamship Co.1925-00-001930-00-00U.S.217059
Steel Products Transportation Co.1930-00-001941-00-00U.S.217059
U.S. Navy1941-00-001943-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY
U.S. Maritime Commission1946-00-001951-00-00U.S.217059