44ft Motor Lifeboats
Number Built 110
(44328 was sold to Britain, 44353 to Canada, and 44337 and 44338 to Italy)
This amazing photo was taken by Vernon T. Williams, and is of the U.S. Coast Guard boats, USCG 44393 (left) and USCG 44363 (right) in 1992, at Quillayute River.

On the 12th February 1997, USCG 44363 together with three of her four crew members was tragically lost while trying to rescue the crew of a sailing boat at Quillayute River.

The crew where:

Boatswain's Mate Second Class David Bosley, 36.
Machinery Technician Third Class Matthew Schlimme, 24.
Seaman Clinton Miniken, 22.
Seaman Apprentice Benjamin Wingo, 19, survived the accident.


If you can help me with any of the missing photos or can add to the displayed information, I would be pleased to hear from you.
(e-mail)

44300 (Prototype 44ft motor lifeboat)

In Service
Built: Construction completed Sept 1961 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Departed Curtis Bay (CG Yard) for Chatham MA on 14 April, 1962, follow on testing as far south as Cape Hatteras.
Yaquina Bay, Oregon 19 October 1962-1981
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington 1981-1996
© Fred's Place
At Newport
Ex Service
Name: 44300
Owner: Columbia River Maritime Museum, Oregon
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Columbia River Maritime Museum
Job: Museum Exhibit
Altered:
No

Website
© Clive Lawford

44301 (The first 44ft motor lifeboat built after the prototype)

In Service
Built: 1963 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape Cod Canal, Massachusetts
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
Chatham, Massachusetts
© U.S. Coast Guard
At the NMLBS
Ex Service
Name: 44301
Owner: US Coast Guard
Date acquired: 8 July 2015
Based at: USCG Station Chatham, Massachusetts
Job: Monument
Altered: No
© William Collette
At Chatham

44302

In Service
Built: 1962 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape May, New Jersey
Great Egg, New Jersey
Eatons Neck, New York
New London, Connecticut
Indian River Inlet, Delaware
© Dan McFadden
At Great Egg 1993
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st owner: Levy/Latham Global
Date acquired: For sale in 1999
Based at: ?
Job: For sale
Altered: ?
© Levy/Latham Global
Name: Alice Pratt
2nd owner: T. Mathis
Date acquired: 1998
Based at: Rockport, Texas
Job: For sale
Altered: (planned alterations) A/C and hot water heater, enclosed pilot house, duel controls and fuel tank increased by 200 gal.
© PO1 Chad D. Thompson
At Port Aransas April 2004
Scrapped
2015 at Rockport, Texas
© Matt Roach
At Rockport March 2009

44303

In Service
Built: 1962 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Umpqua River, Oregon
Chetco River, Oregon
Tillamook Bay, Oregon
© U.S. Coast Guard
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st owner: Port of Ilwaco, Washington
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Ilwaco, Washington
Job: USCG Auxiliary boat at Cape Disappointment
Altered:
No
© BMC Gary J Hudson Ret.
At Port of Ilwaco September 2005
Name: ?
2nd owner: Michigan Lighthouse Conservancy
Date acquired: August 2014
Based at: Muskegon, Michigan
Job: Being preserved and will probably be used for educational tours
Altered: No

Website
© Brian Miller
At Muskegon

44304

In Service
Built: 1962 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
© U.S. Coast Guard
Ex Service
Name: J.T. Mason
1st owner: Pierce County Fire District #27, Anderson Island Fire Department, Washington
Date acquired: December 1997
Based at: Anderson Island, Washington
Job: Fireboat
Altered:
No
© Robert Lyden
At Anderson Island Nov/Dec 2004
Name: 44304
2nd owner: Key Peninsula Fire Department, Washington
Date acquired: 2006
Based at: Lakebay, Washington
Job:
Fireboat
Altered: No
© Hal Wolverton
At Lakebay 2006
Name: 44304
3rd owner: North Kitsap Fire & Rescue
Date acquired: 13 February 2008
Based at: Kingston, Washington
Job:
Fireboat
Altered: No
© Ken Nadine Foshaug
At Kingston November 2008
Name: 44304
4th owner: Private Ownership
Date acquired: 23/04/2009
Based at: Agassiz, British Columbia, Canada
Job: ?
Altered: No
© Clive Lawford
At Agassiz, Canada 15/07/11
Name: 44
5th owner: Randy Jardin
Date acquired: 2014
Based at: Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
Job: ?
Altered: ?
© Robert Tietze
At Martha's Vineyard 2015

44305

In Service
Built: 1963 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Humboldt Bay, California 15 June 1963-?
Coquille River, Oregon
Coos Bay, Oregon
Chetco River, Oregon
Noyo River, California ?-2000
© U.S. Coast Guard
Ex Service
One of five 44´s transferred to the Seychelles via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: MLB Pisces
Owner: Seychelles Coastguard
Date acquired: 2000
Based at: Seychelles
Job: Used for search and rescue, oil spill contingency plans and routine surveillance.
Altered: No

44306

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Sandy Hook, New Jersey
Rockaway Inlet, New York
© Brian Pfeifle
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st owner: The Kingston, New York Volunteer Fire Department
Date acquired: 1998
Based at: Kingston, New York
Job: Fire and Salvage Boat
Altered: No
© Robert J. Randall
On the Hudson River, New York while up for sale in 1/99
Name: ?
2nd owner: From Boston
Date acquired: 1999
Based at: ?
Job: Diving Boat ?
Altered:
No
Name: M/V Hercules
3rd owner: Capt. Jose Caballero
Date acquired: 2001
Based at: Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Job: Towing any Salvage
Altered:
Removed aft cabin and decked over well deck
© Jose Caballero
Name: Sub-Conscious
4th owner: Atlantis Submarines, Inc
Date acquired: 15 February 2006
Based at: : St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Job: Towing and support vessel for the 65' tourist submersible Atlantis XV
Altered:
Engines upgraded to 6V92N Detroit Diesels with Twin Disc MG509 gears, 2 1/2" shafts and 4 blade props
© Tom Haley
21/12/06
Name: ?
5th owner: ?
Date acquired: June 2009
Based at: St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Job: Salvage/Tow Boat
Altered:
Mounted a bow pusher

44307

In Service
Built: 1963 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Point Judith, Rhode Island 1962-1972
Point Allerton, Massachusetts 1972-?
© CPO Richard Barone
At Point Allerton
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st owner: Massachusetts State Police, Marine Section
Date acquired: 1998
Based at: Boston, Massachusetts
Job: Local Law Enforcement and Security
Altered:
No
© Massachusetts State Police, Marine Section
Name: Atlantic Sea Brawler
2nd owner: Dana Hathaway
Date acquired: 1 June 2005
Based at: Fairhaven, Massachusetts
Job: Pleaser Boat
Altered:
No
Name: ?
3rd Owner: Seth Herrick
Date acquired: 2009
Based at: Annapolis, Maryland
Job: ?
Altered:
No
© Seth Herrick
At Annapolis

44308

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Shinnecock, New York 1963-1988?
Channel Islands Harbor, California 1988?-1998
At Shinnecock Inlet winter 1980 or 81
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st owner: Don Hather
Date acquired: 28 July 1998
Based at: Ventura Harbor, California
Job: ?
Altered:
?
Name: ?
2nd owner: Dennis Kilbane
Date acquired: 1999
Based at: Duluth, Minnesota
Job: ?
Altered:
?
© Craig Kilbane
30/1/08
Name: 44308
3rd owner: Russ Fiene
Date acquired: January 2008
Based at: Port of Okee, Lake Wisconsin
Job: Cruising
Altered:
?

44309

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Quillayute River, Washington
Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
Block Island, Rhode Island
Early 1970s
Ex Service
Name: Brass Ring II
1st owner: Purcell Equipment
Date acquired: 19 Sept 1997
Based at: San Diego, California
Job: ?
Altered:
No
© Purcell Equipment
At San Diego
Name: Magic
2nd owner: Capt. Bill Wechter
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Newport, Oregon
Job: Tow Boat
Altered:
?
© Capt. Bill Wechter
At Newport, Oregon 10/10/08
Name: Roameo
3rd owner: Byron Miller
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Deep River, Washington
Job: Tuna fishing trips and cruising
Altered: Extra handrails, small galley, bunks in forward cabin, exterior seating aft and removable lockers on top of the survivors cabin.
© Byron Miller
At Deep River, Washington 28/04/15

44310

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape May, New Jersey
Galloo Island, New York
Ashtabula, Ohio
© Alan Green
At Galloo Island circa 1969
Ex Service
Name: Not named
1st owner: Fire Island National Seashore
Date acquired: Mid 90's
Based at: Fire Island National Seashore, Long Island
Job: Work boat
Altered: No
© National Park Service
Name: Not named
2nd owner: Joe Edgar
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Lewes, Delaware
Job: Work boat/tug
Altered:
No
© Lee Cannon
At Indian River 8/10/10
Name: Not named
3rd owner: Kurt P. Sarac
Date acquired: June 2011
Based at: Perryville, MD
Job: USCG Auxiliary boat on the Chesapeake and Delaware Bays, used for safety patrols, training, public relations and recruiting
Altered:
No

44311

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Chetco River, Oregon
Cape Disappointment, Ilwago, Washington
At Chetco River, 1998
Ex Service
One of five 44´s transferred to the Seychelles via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: MLB Aries
Owner: Seychelles Coastguard
Date acquired: 2000
Based at: Seychelles
Job: Used for search and rescue, oil spill contingency plans and routine surveillance.
Altered: No

44312

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Tawas, Michigan
© Rick Dulas
At Tawas, 1988
Ex Service
One of six 44´s transferred to Chile via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: LSR 1708 - Curaumilla
Owner: Chilean Coast Guard
Date acquired: 31 May 2001
Based at: Quemchi, Chiloé Province, Los Lagos Region, Chile
Job: Search and rescue
Altered: Engines replaced with twin L136TIH Doosan engines

44313

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Marblehead, Ohio
South Portland, Maine
© Lance Hanna
At Station South Portland
Ex Service
One of eight 44´s transferred to Yemen via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name:
?
Owner:
Yemen Coast Guard Authority
Date acquired: Commissioned 7 April 2004
Based at: Yemen
Job: Maritime security and counter-terrorism
Altered: No
© U.S. Coast Guard Digital
At Aden on the 7/4/04

44314

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Rockaway, New York
© Danny Moore
At Rockaway
Scrapped
The 44314 was involved in a fire at a yard at Governor's Island and this is probably what lead to her being cut up for scrap at Sandy Hook in 1994
A very sad photo of her being cut up for scrap

44315

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Merrimac River, Massachusetts
Montauk, New York
© MK3 Andy Smith of Station Gloucester, MA
At Merrimac River
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Tunisia via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name:
?
Owner: ?
Date acquired: April 2001
Based at:
Tunisia
Job: ?
Altered:
No

44316

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Charlevoix, Michigan
Ashtabula, Ohio
Cleveland Harbor, Ohio
Rochester, New York
Oswego, New York
© U.S. Coast Guard
At Oswego, May 2000
Ex Service
One of five 44´s transferred to Djibouti via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: P.0?
Owner: Djiboutian Navy
Date acquired: 7 June 2006
Based at: Djibouti
Job: Used for spares
Altered: No
© U.S. Department of Defense
Scrapped?

44317

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Gloucester, Massachusetts
© Chris Spittle
At Gloucester, Oct 1991
Ex Service
Name: O.C. M.S.S.A. Wreck or Harrison Group Wreck?
Owner: The State of Maryland
Date acquired: 13 May 1997
Based at: Ocean City Artificial Reef. Latitude 38 17.9833'N and Longitude 74 53.4794'W
Job: Artificial Reef
Altered:
Yes
© Ocean City Reef Foundation
At the Ocean City Artificial Reef Site

44318

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape May, New Jersey
Scituate, Massachusetts
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 441
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: Fray Bentos Port (Rio Negro)
Job: ?
Altered: No
© Guillermo Pais

44319

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina
© U.S. Coast Guard
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Tunisia via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name:
?
Owner: ?
Date acquired: April 2001
Based at: Tunisia
Job:
?
Altered:
No

44320

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Oregon Inlet, North Carolina
Parramore Beach, Virginia 1993-1994
© BM2 Wade Morriss
At Oregon Inlet, 1978/9
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st owner: Great Lakes Center for Marine History
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Lansing, Michigan
Job: ?
Altered:
No
Name: Polaris
2nd owner: James Azzar
Date acquired: August 2001
Based at: Grand  Haven, Michigan
Job: Pleasure boat
Altered:
No
© Mark Kelley 
At Grand  Haven 8/6/05

44321

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape Cod Canal, Massachusetts
Gay Head, Massachusetts
Menemsha, Massachusetts


© Richard Najarian
At Gay Head, May 1968
Ex Service
Name: 44321
Owner: The Allegheny Arms and Armor Museum
Date acquired: ?
Based at: McKean County
Job: Museum exhibit
Altered:
No

Website 
© Allegheny Arms and Armor Museum
At the Allegheny Arms and Armor Museum

44322

In Service
Built: 1963 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Barnegat Light, New Jersey
© Bill Scavuzzo
At Barnegat Light
Ex Service
Name: VHFC (GSS-28)
Owner: New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife (Sponsored by The Village Harbour Fishing Club)
Date acquired: 1994 or 95
Date Sunk: 16 May 1995
Based at: Garden State South Reef Site - 5.1 Nautical Miles off Spray Beach, New Jersey, DGPS Latitude 3933.496, Longitude 7405.991, LORAN 26896.2, 43153.7, Depth 63'
Job: Sunk as part of an artificial reef
Altered:
The engines, watertight doors, items that could be harmful to divers and all items capable of floating to the surface were removed. The bilges were partly filled with concrete and all watertight compartments were punctured.

Website
© New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife
At Garden State South Reef Site 16/5/95

44323

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Calumet Harbor, Illinois 1963-1972
Marblehead, Ohio ?-circa 1977
Milwaukee, Wisconsin circa 1977-?
St. Ignace, Michigan
© Robert Rosenow
At St. Ignace
between 91 & 95
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st owner: Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Whitefish Point, Michigan
Job: Diving Boat
Altered:
?
Name: The Resolute
2nd owner: DeTour Marine Towing and Salvage
Date acquired: ?
Based at: DeTour Michigan
Job: Towing and Salvage
Altered:
?
© Jeff Shook
Name: 44323
3rd owner: William Pryor
Date acquired: June 2004
Based at: Harbor Springs, Michigan
Job: Personal vessel
Altered:
Not altered in any way
© William Pryor
At Harbor Springs 03/09/12
Name: ?
4th owner: Mexican Institute of Geographical Forest and Environmental Services
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Mexico
Job: ?
Altered:
?

44324

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: ?
At Bodega Bay, 1998
Ex Service
One of four 44´s transferred to El Salvador via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PRM -0?
Owner: Navy of El Salvador
Date acquired: ?
Based at: El Salvador
Job: ?
Altered: No
At FNES base in LA Union, El Salvador

44325

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Portsmouth Harbor, New Hampshire
© U.S. Coast Guard photo
Ex Service
One of eight 44´s transferred to Yemen via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: ?
Owner: Yemen Coast Guard Authority
Date acquired: Commissioned 7 April 2004
Based at: ?
Job: Maritime security and counter-terrorism
Altered: No
© U.S. Coast Guard Digital
At Aden on the 7 April 2004

44326

In Service
Built: 1964 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Boothbay Harbor, Maine
© Mark Redmond
At Boothbay Harbor, circa 1991
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 442
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: Punta del Este Port (Maldonado)
Job: ?
Altered: No
© USCG, International Affairs

44327

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Parramore Beach, Virginia 1965-1993
© Robert Bennett
At Parramore Beach, summer 1979
Ex Service
Name: Cape Point
1st owner: Marine Towing and Salvage Co.
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Beaufort, South Carolina
Job: Towing and Salvage Boat
Altered:
Re powered with John Deere 300 hp engines
Name: Omega
2nd owner: Dennis Kilbane
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Bayfield, Wisconsin
Job: Private Yacht
Altered: Added 12 windows, a 16-gallon pumpout tank, a 5.5-kw genset, hot and cold running water, a bathroom with a shower. New electronics include a fishfinder, plotter, radar and autopilot.
© Craig Kilbane May 2004

44328 (Sold to the RNLI (Great Britain) in May 1964, after being built)

In Service
Built: 1964 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Re named: 44-001
Engines: 2 x 200hp Cummins V6
1973 - 2 x 250hp Ford Mermaid 595T
1982 - 2 x 203hp Caterpillar D3208
Based at: Trials 1964-1967, Launches 7, Lives saved 9
Relief Fleet (stationed at 22 stations in all) 1.2.1967-6.3.1996, Launches 291, Lives saved 100
Donor: General Funds
© Capt. R W Witter, USCG Ret.
At the London Docks 19th May 1964
Being unloaded from the steamship "Alaunia" after arriving from the USA
Ex Service
Name: 44-001
Owner: RNLI Heritage Trust
Date acquired: 6/2/97
Based at: Chatham Historic Dockyard, England
Job: Museum Exhibit
Altered:
No

Website
© Clive Lawford
At Chatham Historic Dockyard

44329

In Service
Built: 1964 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Manasquan Inlet, New Jersey
© BMC Edward J. Giza
At Manasquan Inlet 1983
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Tunisia via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name:
?
Owner: ?
Date acquired: April 2001
Based at:
Tunisia
Job: ?
Altered:
No

44330

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Marblehead, Ohio
Port Huron, Michigan ?-1989
Harbor Beach, Michigan 1989-?
Ex Service
One of six 44´s transferred to Chile via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: LSR 1703 - Pelluhue
Owner: Chilean Coast Guard
Date acquired: 31 May 2001
Based at: Chaitén, Palena Province, Los Lagos Region, Chile
Job: Search and rescue
Altered: Engines replaced with twin L136TIH Doosan engines 

44331

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Yaquina Bay, Oregon
Umpqua River, Oregon
Depoe Bay, Oregon ?-last case November 17 1998
Coos Bay, Oregon
On the Umpqua River Bar, circa 1975
Ex Service
Name: Voyageur
Owner: Sea Scout Ship Voyageur 620
Date acquired: 2 February 2001
Based at: Portland, Oregon, USA
Job: Sea Scout Training Boat
Altered: No

Facebook
© Eric Kozowski
On the Columbia River, May 2007

44332

In Service
Built: 1968 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Ocracoke, North Carolina
© Randy Blew
At Ocracoke Island, 1985
Ex Service
Name: South Point
1st owner: Marine Towing and Salvage Co.
Date acquired: 31 May 1995
Based at: Beaufort, South Carolina
Job: Towing and Salvage Boat
Altered:
Re powered with John Deere 300 hp engines
© Marine Towing and Salvage Co.
Name: ?
2nd owner: Tomi Marsh
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Seattle/Dutch Harbor Alaska
Job: Towing
Altered:
?
Name: Chili Pepper
3rd owner: Mack and Debbie Owen
Date acquired: November 2000
Based at: Sitka, Alaska
Job: Cruising, fishing, crabbing, shrimping and diving
Altered:
Davit attached to survivors cabin, auxiliary hydraulic pump for emergency steering, second isolated fuel tank and water tank
© Mack Owen

44333

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Atlantic City, New Jersey
© PO1 Robert O'Neill
At Atlantic City, 1987/88
Ex Service
Name: Ocean Wreck Divers I (GSS-30)
Owner: New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife (Sponsored by The Ocean Wreck Divers of New Jersey)
Date acquired: 1994 or 95
Date Sunk: 11 July 1995
Based at: Garden State South Reef Site - 5.1 Nautical Miles off Spray Beach, New Jersey, DGPS Latitude 3933.426, Longitude 7405.973, LORAN 26895.8, 43152.9, Depth 62'
Job: Sunk as part of an artificial reef
Altered:
The engines, watertight doors, items that could be harmful to divers and all items capable of floating to the surface were removed. The bilges were partly filled with concrete and all watertight compartments were punctured.

Website
© New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife
At Garden State South Reef Site 11/7/95

44334

In Service
Built: 1965 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Michigan City, Indiana
Cleveland, Ohio
Marblehead, Ohio
Ex Service
Name: R. T. Cook (ONM-7)
1st owner: Ohio Naval Militia
Date acquired: 15 July 1995
Based at: Camp Perry, Ohio
Job: Patrol Boat at Camp Perry firing range
Altered:
No
© BM3 Patrick Kennedy
July 2005
Name: 44334
2nd owner: William Church
Date acquired: 10th March 2008
Based at: Manistee, Michigan
Job: U.S.C.G. Auxiliary Boat
Altered:
No

Website
© William Church
2011
Name: 44334
3rd owner: The Last Patrol Museum
Date acquired: July 2007
Based at: Toledo, Ohio
Job: Historic youth training vessel
Altered:
No

Website
Facebook
© Abby Coulson

44335

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Golden Gate, California
Chetco River, Oregon
© Chris Blain
At Golden Gate, 1997
Ex Service
One of four 44´s transferred to El Salvador via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PRM -0?
Owner: Navy of El Salvador
Date acquired: ?
Based at: El Salvador
Job: ?
Altered: No
At FNES base in LA Union, El Salvador

44336

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Willipa Bay, Washington 1964/65-1965/66
Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
Bodega Bay, California
© Maximphoto
At Cape Disappointment
Ex Service
One of five 44´s transferred to the Seychelles via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: MLB Virgo
Owner: Seychelles Coastguard
Date acquired: 2000
Based at: Seychelles
Job: Used for search and rescue, oil spill contingency plans and routine surveillance.
Altered: No

44337 (Sold to the Italian Coast Guard in 1965, after being built)

In Service
Built: 1965 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Re named: CP 303
Based at: Ancona 1965 - ?
Decommissioned 30 September 2001
Stricken 31 December 2001


© Italian Coast Guard
Ex Service
Name: RB-122/R-122/A-81
Owner: Coast Guard branch of the Albanian Navy
Date acquired: December 2001
Based at: Kepi i Palit Naval Base, Durrës, Albania
Job: Coast Guard Lifeboat/Auxiliary Vessel
Altered: New radar and radio plus, small tender stored on rear cabin
© Stefano Achille

44338 (Sold to the Italian Coast Guard in 1965, after being built)

In Service
Built: 1965 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Re named: CP 304
Based at: Ravenna 1965 - April 2000
Stricken 1 January 2001
© Carlo
Ex Service
Name: CP 304
Owner:
Italian Coast Guard
Date acquired:
Unveiled 16 September 2005
Based at:
Ravenna Coast Guard Office
Job:
Monument
Altered: No
© Carlo
At Ravenna 2005

44339

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Woods Hole, Massachusetts
© James Jones
At Buzzard Bay Light Tower, 1969
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 443
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: Nueva Palmira Port (Colonia)
Job: ?
Altered: No
© Mauro Martinez

44340

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Jonesport, Maine 1966-1998
Southwest Harbor, Maine 1998-Nov 2001
© BMC Jim Bodenrader
At Southwest Harbor
Ex Service
One of eight 44´s transferred to Yemen via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name:
?
Owner:
Yemen Coast Guard Authority
Date acquired: Commissioned 7 April 2004
Based at: Yemen
Job: Maritime security and counter-terrorism
Altered: No
© U.S. Coast Guard Digital
At Aden on the 7/4/04

44341

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Fire Island, New York
© MK3 Scott Marshall
At Fire Island, winter 1982
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Tunisia via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: ?
Owner: ?
Date acquired: April 2001
Based at: Tunisia
Job: ?
Altered: No

44342

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Jones Beach, New York
© Fred's Place
Reynolds Channel, Jones Beach 1994
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Tunisia via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name:
?
Owner: ?
Date acquired: April 2001
Based at:
Tunisia
Job: ?
Altered:
No

44343

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Fort Macon, North Carolina
© BMCM Robert E. Hill Ret.
At Fort Macon
Ex Service
Name: 44343
Owner: North Carolina Maritime Museum
Date acquired: 1998?
Based at: Beaufort, North Carolina
Job: Future Museum Exhibit
Altered:
No

Website
© Richard Tilka
At Beaufort 2009

44344

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cleveland Harbor, Ohio ?-1967?
Marblehead, Ohio 1967?-1967
Erie, Pennsylvania 1967-1999
© CWO4 Bob Barker Ret.
At Cleveland Harbor, July 1966
Ex Service
One of four 44´s transferred to Honduras via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name:
?
Owner:
Fuerza Naval Republica
Date acquired:
?
Based at:
Guanaja, Honduras
Job:
?
Altered: No

44345

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Ludington, Michigan 1965-2000
© Todd Reed
At Lake Michigan
Ex Service
Name: 44345
Owner: City of Ludington/Port of Ludington Maritime Museum
Date acquired: May 2005
Based at: (Future) Ludington Maritime Heritage Park, Michigan
Job: Historical exhibit
Altered:
No

Website
© Richard Singleton
At Ludington summer 2007

44346

In Service
Built: 1965 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Monterey, California
© BMC Russ Burress Ret.
At Monterey, circa 1975
Ex Service
Name: MN32169
1st owner: US Army Corps of Engineers
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Ice Harbor Dam on the Snake River, Washington
Job: Work Boat
Altered: No
© Samuel Liming
Name: ?
2nd owner: Lance Marcus
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Portland, Oregon
Job: ?
Altered:
?
© Clive Lawford
23/07/11
Name: ?
3rd owner: ?
Date acquired: ?
Based at: ?
Job: ?
Altered:
?

44347

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Fort Point, California
Golden Gate, California
© U.S. Coast Guard
Ex Service
One of five 44´s transferred to the Seychelles via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: MLB Taurus - 610
Owner: Seychelles Coastguard
Date acquired: 2000
Based at: Seychelles
Job: Used for search and rescue, oil spill contingency plans and routine surveillance.
Altered: No
© Mike Mahoney

44348

In Service
Built: 1965 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Fort Point, California
Montauk, New York
Shinnecock, New York
© Doug Hollamby
At Montauk, 1992
Ex Service
One of eight 44´s transferred to Yemen via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name:
?
Owner:
Yemen Coast Guard Authority
Date acquired: Commissioned 7 April 2004
Based at: Yemen
Job: Maritime security and counter-terrorism
Altered: No
© U.S. Coast Guard Digital
At Aden on the 7/4/04

44349

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Brant Point, Massachusetts
Block Island, Rhode Island ?-1987
© Paul Danie
At Block Island
Ex Service
Name: O.C. M.S.S.A. Wreck or Harrison Group Wreck ?
Owner: The State of Maryland
Date acquired: 1997
Based at: Ocean City Artificial Reef, Maryland. Latitude 38 17.9833'N and Longitude 74 53.4794'W
Job: Artificial Reef
Altered:
Yes
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