Registry and Rig Information

Registry U.S.
Official Number U.S. NAVY
Rig Propeller

Dimensions and Tonnage

Length 226.16
Width 40.83
Depth 12.50
Hull Material Steel

Vessel History

Rebuilds Rebuilt for mercantile use in 1947.
History Commissioned on April 26, 1914 at Philadelphia PA; assigned to Caribbean waters in 1914-1917. In 1917 patrolled off New England coast, then departed New York on July 22, 1917 for Gibraltar to join U.S. Patrol Force. Returned to New Orleans for repairs, then departed New York, arriving at Murmansk to join U.S. Naval Forces, Northern Russia, on May 22, 1919. Returned to Hampton Roads, VA, via Norway, Britain, and France, on February 15, 1920. Reclassified PG-19 on July 17, 1920, and assigned to Caribbean waters. Departed Charleston, SC, on June 12, 1922, for Asiatic Squadron, via Suez, for Philippines. Departed Cavite, P.I., December 21, 1928, for Mare Island, CA, then to Caribbean. Departed Balboa, C.Z., January 11, 1932, for Asiatic Fleet. Departed Cavite, P.I., January 12, 1939, for New York, via Mediterranean. Assigned to 9th Naval District, Great Lakes, November 20, 1939, to 1940. At Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, then patrolled for Hawaiian Sea Frontier to September 27, 1942. After this served as tender for PT Boats at Palmyra Island. In November, 1942, arrived at San Diego, CA, and trained gun crews and patrolled out of San Francisco through March, 1945. Decommissioned at Susan Bay, CA, February 6, 1946, and transferred to War Shipping Administration. Sold to Italian buyers on August 23, 1947.
Disposition Ultimate disposition unknown.

Build Information

Builder Cramp, William & Sons Shipbuilding Co.
Place Built Philadelphia, PA
Date Built 1914-00-00


Source HCGL

Vessel Names

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
SACRAMENTO (PG-19)1920-00-001947-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY

Vessel Owners

NameBegin DateEnd DateRegistryOfficial Number
U.S. Navy1914-00-001947-00-00U.S.U.S. NAVY