44ft Motor Lifeboats

44350

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Ocean City, Maryland 1966-1998
© Mike Watters
At Ocean City circa1995
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 444
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: Piriapolis Port (Maldonado)
Job: ?
Altered: No
© Ezequiel Gomez Balaguer
At Piriapolis

44351

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Merrimac River, Massachusetts 1967-?
Point Allerton, Massachusetts
© EN3/MKCS William Collette Ret.
At Support Center Boston, Ma. early 90's
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: Utila, Honduras
Job: ?
Altered: No

44352

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Point Allerton, Massachusetts ?-1972
Point Judith, Rhode Island 1972-?
Sandy Hook, New Jersey
© crew of Station Sandy Hook
At Sandy Hook
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 445
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: Colonia Port
Job: ?
Altered: No
© Elias Lopez Monzon

44353 (Sold to the Canadian Coast Guard in 1966, after being built)

In Service
Built: 1966 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, Maryland, USA
Re named:
CG 101 - CCGC Clark's Harbour/CCGC Souris/CCGC Westmount
Engines:
2 x Cummins Diesels V6-200M
Circa 1974 - 2 x Isuzu
Based at:
Clark's Harbour, Nova Scotia 1966-July 1975
Souris, Prince Edward Island 1976-1985
Sydney, Nova Scotia (College Training Vessel) 1989-1994
© U.S. Coast Guard
Being loaded on to the Canadian Coast Guard ice breaker the Edward Cornwallis on the 14th September 1966 at Curtis Bay, Baltimore.
Scrapped?

44354

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape Cod Canal, Massachusetts
Menemsha, Massachusetts
Woods Hole, Massachusetts
© BMCS Jim Lamson Ret.
At Menemsha during the winter of 1980/1981
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 446
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: Juan Lacaze City Port (Colonia)
Job: ?
Altered: No
© Oscar Gutierrez

44355

In Service
Built: 1966 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Beach Haven, New Jersey
Cape May, New Jersey
© BMC Jack Joffe
Ex Service
Name: 44355
1st owner: Coast Guard Rescue Boat Association of Long Beach Island
Date acquired: 1999
Based at: Long Beach Island, New Jersey
Job: Exhibit/Monument
Altered:
No
© James Lineberger
At Long Beach Island
New name: 44355
2nd owner: The Tuckerton Seaport
Date acquired: 2014
Where based now: Tuckerton, New Jersey
Job: Exhibit/Monument
Altered: No
© Susan Myers Angley
At Tuckerton Seaport

44356

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Calumet Harbor, Illinois 1972-1976
Channel Islands Harbor, California
Yaquina Bay, Oregon
Chetco River, Oregon
© U.S. Coast Guard
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

44357

In Service
Built: 1966 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: New London, Connecticut
Castle Hill, Rhode Island
Chatham, Massachusetts ?-6 May 2004
© U.S. Coast Guard
At New London
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: ?
Altered: Enclosed wheelhouse and small portholes added to aft cabin
© U.S. Department of Defense
Destroyed?
Probably used as a sinkex target.

44358

In Service
Built: 1966 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Townsend Inlet, New Jersey
Group Galveston, Texas
© U.S. Coast Guard
Around 1971/2 at Townsend Inlet, NJ taken after an explosion in the aft cabin
Ex Service
Name: Bosun Gooby
1st owner: Texas A&M University at Galveston
Date acquired: 27 October 1993
Based at: Galveston, Texas
Job: Cadet Training
Altered:
?
At the Texas A&M University at Galveston
New name: Patrol Boat-6 (PB-6)
2nd owner: SeaWolf Marine Patrol
Date acquired: ?
Where based now: Galveston, Texas
Job:
Homeland Security Escort Vessel
Altered: ?
© San Juan Towing & Marine Services
New name: 44358
3rd owner: Ryan Marine Services
Date acquired: ?
Where based now: Galveston, Texas
Job: ?
Altered: ?
New name: Don Chuck
4th owner: San Juan Towing & Marine Services
Date acquired: ?
Where based now: San Juan, Puerto Rico
Job: ?
Altered: ?
© San Juan Towing & Marine Services

44359

In Service
Built: 1966 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Muskegon, Michigan
Grand Haven, Michigan ?-1996
© Tom Kish
At Grand Haven
Ex Service
Name: Sea Cadets I
1st Owner: The Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum, Muskegon, Michigan
Date acquired: 1997
Based at: Muskegon, Michigan
Job: Museum Exhibit/Sea Cadets Boat
Altered:
No
© Brian Miller
Name: 44359
2nd Owner: Randall J. Rottschafer, Sr.
Date acquired: 28 August 2002
Based at: Port Sheldon, Lake Michigan
Job: U.S.C.G. Auxiliary Boat and Pleasure Boat
Altered:
No
© William Church
At Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival 2008

44360

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Indian River Inlet, Delaware
© U.S. Coast Guard
Ex Service
Name: Moreau
1st Owner: Kaskaskia Port Authority
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Kaskaskia River, Illinois
Job: ?
Altered:
No
Name: Moreau
2nd Owner: ?
Date acquired: Summer 2007
Based at: : New Athens, Illinois ?
Job: ?
Altered:
No
At New Athens, Illinois

44361

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Coos Bay, Oregon
Depoe Bay, Oregon
Yaquina Bay, Oregon
© Sean Unsinger
At Coos Bay
Ex Service
One of four 44´s transferred to Guyana via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: CGS Barracuda/GDFS 1022 Barracuda
Owner: Guyana Defence Force-Coast Guard
Date acquired: June 2001
Based at: Georgetown, Guyana
Job: Patrol/Coast Guard boat
Altered: No
© Rodney Patton, Esq.

44362

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Cape May, New Jersey
Barnegat Light, New Jersey Circa 1992-1999
© Mark Bowden
At Cape May, circa 1976
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 447
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: Trouville/Buceo Port (Montevideo)
Job: ?
Altered: No
© USCG, International Affairs
At Montevideo with the ADES lifeboat ADES 16 in the background which is the ex RNLI (British) lifeboat the 44-018.

44363

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Chetco River, Oregon
Quillayute River, Washington
USCG 44363 together with three of her four crew members, were tragically lost while trying to rescue the crew of a sailing boat in February 1997
© Bill Standeven
At Quillayute, 1980 or 81
Scrapped
The 44363 was scrapped after she was severely damaged during a failed rescue attempt at Quillayute River on the 12th February 2007. Three of her four crew members, were tragically lost while trying to rescue the crew of a sailing boat.
© SK2 Sarah Zurflueh
Being cut up after the accident

44364

In Service
Built: 1966 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Neah Bay, Washington
© MK2 Mike Hazard Ret.
At Neah Bay
Ex Service
Name: Vessel 72
1st Owner: Island County Sheriff's MSU (Marine Safety Unit)
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Island County
Job: Marine patrol, law enforcement and education of the boating public
Altered:
No
Name: 44364
2nd Owner: Tom Hickey
Date acquired: January 2004
Based at: Oak Harbor, Washington
Job: Recreational Outings
Altered:
No
© Tom Hickey
2005
Name: 44364
3rd Owner: Chris Reilly
Date acquired: May 2006
Based at: Gig Harbor, Washington
Job: ?
Altered:
No
© Chris Reilly
At Gig Harbor 2008
Name: 44364
Owner: Joseph Bercik
Date acquired: October 2011
Based at: Huron, Ohio
Job: Charter boat?
Altered:
Returned to her original Coast Guard condition
© Joseph Bercik

44365

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Rockland, Maine
© Dave Gamage
At Rockland, 1999
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:
Cayo Cochinos, Honduras
Job:
?
Altered: No

44366

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Oak Island, North Carolina
© John Ham
At Oak Island
Ex Service
Name: 44366
1st Owner: Marine Towing and Salvage Co.
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Beaufort, South Carolina
Job: Towing and Salvage Boat
Altered:
No
© Marine Towing and Salvage Co.
Name: ?
2nd Owner: Neptune Aviation
Date acquired: ?
Based at: ?
Job: ?
Altered:
?

44367

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Chincoteague, Virginia
©  CWO Maurice Etiemble
At Chincoteague
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

44368

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Race Point, Massachusetts
Southwest Harbor, Maine 1 Oct 1996-1998
© BMC Mike Saindon
At Southwest Harbor, 1988
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 448
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: Montevideo Port
Job: ?
Altered: No
© USCG, International Affairs

44369

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Neah Bay, Washington 1967-1969
Grays Harbor, Washington 1969-1973
Willapa Bay, Washington 1973-1975
Juneau, Alaska 1975
Ketchikan, Alaska 1975-1983
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington 1983-2000
© U.S. Coast Guard
At the NMLBS
Ex Service
One of four 44´s transferred to Guyana via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: CGS Swordfish
Owner: Guyana Defence Force-Coast Guard
Date acquired: June 2001
Based at: Georgetown, Guyana
Job: Patrol/Coast Guard boat
Altered: No
© Rodney Patton, Esq.

44370

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Ponce De Leon Inlet, Florida
Oregon Inlet, North Carolina
Ocracoke, North Carolina
Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina
© www.44mlb.com
At Ponce De Leon Inlet
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

44371

In Service
Built: 1967 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Fort Pierce, Florida
Fort Myers Beach, Florida
Lake Worth Inlet, Florida
Noyo River, California 1981-2000
© CWO Darel McCormick
At Noyo River, 1987
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

44372

In Service
Built: 1966 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Grays Harbor, & Willipa Bay, Washington 1966-1989
Grays Harbor, Washington 1989-1995
Cape Disappointment, Grays Harbor, Neah Bay and Quillayute River, Washington 1995-?
Grays Harbor & Neah Bay, Washington 1996-?
Tillamook Bay, Oregon 1997-?
Grays Harbor, Washington 1998
Original acquisiton cost: $118,715
© Steve Sabel
Ex Service
Name: Viking
Owner: Sea Scout Ship City of Roses 601
Date acquired: August 1998
Based at: Portland, Oregon, USA
Job: Sea Scout Training Boat
Altered:
No

Website
Website
Facebook
© Eric Kozowski
On the Columbia River 2011

44373

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Depoe Bay, Oregon
Coos Bay, Oregon
Chetco River, Oregon
Coquille River, Oregon
© Ken Clarke
At Coquille River
Ex Service
One of seven 44´s transferred to Madagascar via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: 11
Owner: Madagascar Navy
Date acquired: January 2003
Based at: Madagascar
Job: Patrol Boat
Altered: Gun on foredeck
© At Diego Suarez taken during the commissioning ceremony

44374

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Calumet Harbor, Illinois
Cleveland, Ohio
Hancock, Michigan
Portage, Michigan
At Portage
Ex Service
One of six 44´s transferred to Chile via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: LSR 1705 - Chacao
Owner: Chilean Coast Guard
Date acquired: 31 May 2001
Based at: Calbuco, Llanquihue Province, Los Lagos Region, Chile
Job: Search and rescue
Altered: No
© David Zamorano Urrutia
At Maullín

44375

In Service
Built: 1967 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Michigan City, Indiana
© BMCS Marc Phillips Ret.
At Michigan City, Spring 1981
Ex Service
One of six 44´s transferred to Chile via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: LSR 1707 - Guaiteca
Owner: Chilean Coast Guard
Date acquired: 31 May 2001
Based at: Castro, Chiloé Province, Los Lagos Region, Chile
Job: Search and rescue
Altered: No

44376

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Charlevoix, Michigan
Marquette, Michigan 1993-96
© Felix Payette
At Sault Ste. Marie, 1992
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st Owner: Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Whitefish Point, Michigan
Job: Lawn Decoration
Altered:
?
Name: 44376
2nd Owner: Jeff Shook
Date acquired: 2001
Based at: Harsen's Island, Michigan
Job: Pleasure Boat and Recreational
Altered:
No

Website
© Jeff Shook

44377

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Destin, Florida
Galveston, Texas
© SN David Frayer
At Destin, summer of 1991
Ex Service
Name: NS-1
1st Owner: Model Engineering Group, NASA
Date acquired: Circa 1994
Based at: Langley Research Center and operated out of Wallops Flight Facility, Virginia
Job: Used by NASA's Model Engineering Group in their Drop Model Program to recover aircraft models.
Altered:
Recovery crane mounted on stern. Aft cabin removed and replaced with four deck covers. Parachute take-up spool placed on forward port side.

Website
© NASA Langley Research Center
Name: The Old Squaw
2nd Owner: Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Date acquired: Circa 2001
Based at: Gloucester Point, Virginia
Job: Marine fisheries research vessel
Altered:
?
© Marcelo Palamz
At Gloucester Point, Virginia 2006
Name: ?
3rd Owner: Viking Marine International
Date acquired: March 2007
Based at: Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada
Job: ?
Altered:
?

Website
© Marcelo Palamz
On her 1,123 kilometres (698 miles) journey from Norfolk, Virginia to Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada.

44378

In Service
Built: 1967 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Calumet Harbor, Illinois 1974-?
Humboldt Bay, California
Ex Service
Name: The Dworshake
1st Owner: US Army Corps of Engineers
Date acquired: 1999
Based at: Dworshak Reservoir, ID
Job: Work boat/Tug
Altered:
Wheelhouse enclosed, aft cabin removed, push knees added and exhaust system re routed.
© US Arny Corps of Engineers, Dworshak Project
Name: ?
2nd Owner: ?
Date acquired: August 2014
Based at: ?
Job: ?
Altered:
?

44379

In Service
Built: 1968 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Tillamook Bay, Oregon
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
© U.S. Coast Guard
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st Owner: Island County Sheriff's MSU (Marine Safety Unit)
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Island County, Washington
Job: Marine patrol, law enforcement and education of the boating public
Altered:
No
Name: Able
2nd Owner: Marine Services
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Oak Harbor, Washington
Job: Rescue Tug
Altered:
No

Website
© Marine Services
© Clive Lawford
16/07/11

44380

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Rochester, New York
Buffalo, New York
© Doug Hollamby
At Buffalo, 1991
Ex Service
Name: ?
Owner: Dunkirk Lighthouse & Veterans Park Museum
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Dunkirk, New York
Job: Museum Exhibit
Altered: No
© Steve Moore
At Dunkirk 19/7/06

44381

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Mackinac Island, Michigan
St. Ignace, Michigan
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
Quillayute River, Washington
© BMC Tim Stentz
At the NMLBS, 1995
Ex Service
Name: ?
1st Owner: US Navy
Date acquired: 2001
Based at: Bangor/Everett, Washington
Job: Security Duty
Altered:
No
Name: The Tulalip 2
2nd Owner: Tulalip Tribal Police Department
Date acquired: 2001?
Based at: Tulalip Bay, Washington
Job: Fisheries and Wildlife Patrol and Search and Rescue
Altered:
No
© Capt. Richard J. Rodriguez
At Tulalip Bay 13/11/07

44382

In Service
Built: 1967 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Holland, Michigan
St. Joseph, Michigan
Grand Haven, Michigan ?-1999
Michigan City, Indiana 1999-6 Nov 2002
© CWO Maurice Etiemble
At St. Joseph
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: ?
Altered: Enclosed wheelhouse and small portholes added to aft cabin
© U.S. Department of Defense
Destroyed?
Probably used as a sinkex target.

44383

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Two Rivers, Wisconsin
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
St. Ignace, Michigan
Marquette, Michigan
© At Marquette, 1992
Ex Service
One of six 44´s transferred to Chile via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: LSR 1704 - Arauco
Owner: Chilean Coast Guard
Date acquired: 31 May 2001
Based at: Lebu, Arauco Province, Biobio Region, Chile
Job: Search and rescue
Altered: No

44384

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Duluth, Minnesota
© Gerry Feld
At Duluth, 1993
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

44385

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Fort Point, California
Golden Gate, California
© U.S. Coast Guard
Ex Service
Name: 44385
Owner: Brookings-Harbor Port Authority
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Brookings Harbor, Oregon
Job: In storage
Altered:
No
© Randy Wiley
17/07/17

44386

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Port O'Conner, Texas
© Steve Moyer
Photo of the 44386 on the beach after she had rolled in 1972 or 73, this happened while she was stationed at Port O'Connor
Ex Service
Name: ?
Owner: Texas A&M University at Galveston
Date acquired: 27 October 1993
Based at: Galveston, Texas
Job: Cadet Training
Altered:
?
At the Texas A&M University at Galveston
New name: Patrol Boat-7 (PB-7)
2nd owner: SeaWolf Marine Patrol
Date acquired: ?
Where based now: Galveston, Texas
Job: Homeland Security Escort Vessel
Altered: ?
© SeaWolf Marine Patrol
New name: 44395 (I belive when this boat was transfered from the Texas A&M University or at a later date it was mixed up with the 44395 and received the wrong number. Deck fixings and superstructure details indicate that it is the 44386.)
3rd owner: Ryan Marine Services
Date acquired: ?
Where based now: Galveston, Texas
Job: ?
Altered: ?
© Michael Smith
January 2016
New name: 44395
4th owner: Pier 77 Marine Service
Date acquired: ?
Where based now: Galveston, Texas
Job: ?
Altered: ?
© Matt Roach

44387

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Grays Harbor, Washington
Neah Bay, Washington
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
Port Angeles, Washington
© U.S. Coast Guard
At Cape Flattery
Ex Service
One of seven 44´s transferred to Madagascar via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: 12
Owner: Madagascar Navy
Date acquired: January 2003
Based at: Madagascar
Job: Patrol Boat
Altered: Gun on foredeck
© At Diego Suarez taken during the commissioning ceremony

44388

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Frankfort, Michigan
Manistee, Michigan
© U.S. Coast Guard
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: ?
Altered: Enclosed wheelhouse and small portholes added to aft cabin
© U.S. Department of Defense
Destroyed?
Probably used as a sinkex target.

44389

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: St. Joseph, Michigan
© U.S. Coast Guard
At St. Joseph, circa 1990
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

44390

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Galloo Island, New York
Oswego, New York
© BM3 Ed Powers
Together with CGC Point Steele at Oswego
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:
Roatan, Honduras
Job:
?
Altered: No

44391

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Niagara, New York
Tawas, Michigan
© CWO G. Brian Whitaker
At Niagara 1986/7
Ex Service
One of six 44´s transferred to Chile via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: LSR 1706 - Queitao
Owner: Chilean Coast Guard
Date acquired: 31 May 2001
Based at: Puerto Montt, Llanquihue Province, Los Lagos Region, Chile
Job: Search and rescue
Altered: No
© Juan Enrique Vásquez Ramírez
At Quellón 08/08/13

44392

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Juneau, Alaska ?-1975
© Auke Bay, Alaska 13 July 1972
Scrapped
Scrapped due damage sustained after being washed onto the rocks near Point Couverden during a violent storm in 1975.
© U.S. Coast Guard
On the rocks near Pt. Couverden 1975

44393

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

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

44394

In Service 44394
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Siuslaw River, Oregon
Neah Bay, Washington
© Vernon DiPietro
At Siuslaw River
Ex Service
One of seven 44´s transferred to Madagascar via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: 13
Owner: Madagascar Navy
Date acquired: January 2003
Based at: Madagascar
Job: Patrol Boat
Altered: Gun on foredeck
© At Diego Suarez taken during the commissioning ceremony

44395

In Service
Built: 1967 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Port Isabel, Texas
At Port Isabel
Ex Service
Name: Leather Back
1st owner: Texas A&M University at Galveston
Date acquired: 27 October 1993
Based at: Galveston, Texas
Job: Cadet Training
Altered:
?
At the Texas A&M University at Galveston
Scrapped
© Matt Roach
2009 at Port Isabel

44396

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Humboldt Bay, California
Morro Bay, California
Ex Service
One of seven 44´s transferred to Madagascar via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: 14
Owner: Madagascar Navy
Date acquired: January 2003
Based at: Madagascar
Job: Patrol Boat
Altered: Gun on foredeck
© At Diego Suarez taken during the commissioning ceremony

44397

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Point Judith, Rhode Island
Menemsha, Massachusetts
Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Chatham, Massachusetts
Provincetown, Massachusetts
Race Point, Massachusetts
Ponce Inlet, Florida
© BM1 John Westlund
At Chatham
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

44398

In Service  SCAN SCAN SCAN
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Brant Point, Massachusetts
© www.44mlb.com
Brant Point
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

44399

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Chetco River, Oregon
Coos Bay, Oregon
Quillayute River, Washington
Tillamook Bay, Oregon
© Sean Unsinger
At Coos Bay
Ex Service
One of four 44´s transferred to Guyana via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: CGS Stingray
Owner: Guyana Defence Force-Coast Guard
Date acquired: June 2001
Based at: Georgetown, Guyana
Job: Patrol/Coast Guard boat
Altered: No
© Rodney Patton, Esq.

44400

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Yaquina Bay, Oregon
© Heading towards the Yaquina Bay Bridge on her last Search and Rescue mission
Ex Service
One of four 44´s transferred to Guyana via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: CGS Tiger Shark
Owner: Guyana Defence Force-Coast Guard
Date acquired: June 2001
Based at: Georgetown, Guyana
Job: Patrol/Coast Guard boat
Altered: No
© Rodney Patton, Esq.

44401

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Siuslaw River, Oregon
Bodega Bay, California
Umpqua River, Oregon
© Eric Childers
At Bodega Bay 14 Sept 1999
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: ?
Altered: Enclosed wheelhouse and small portholes added to aft cabin
© U.S. Department of Defense
Destroyed?
Probably used as a sinkex target.

44402

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Chatham, Massachusetts
Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Point Judith, Rhode Island
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

44403

In Service
Built: ? at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Chatham, Massachusetts
© BM2 Jason Holm
At Chatham, 10 May 2000
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

44404

In Service
Built: 1972 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Original acquisiton cost $158,000
Cape Charles, Virginia 1972?
Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina
Atlantic City, New Jersey 1994-2001
© John Johnston
At Cape Charles from1978 or 1979
Ex Service
Name: 44404
Owner: US Coast Guard
Date acquired: 2001
Based at: Boot Camp at Cape May, New Jersey
Job: Monument
Altered:
No
© BMC Jake Murray
At Cape May, New Jersey

44405

In Service
Built: 1972 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Moriches, New York
Shinacock, New York
Sandy Hook, New Jersey
© Rich Wiley
At Moriches
Ex Service
One of nine 44´s transferred to Uruguay via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: PNN 449
Owner: Uruguayan Prefectura
Date acquired: 1998-99
Based at: La Paloma Port (Rocha)
Job: ?
Altered: No

44406

In Service
Built: 1972 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Grays Harbor, Washington
Depoe Bay, Oregon
Tillamook Bay, Oregon
Ex Service
One of seven 44´s transferred to Madagascar via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: 15
Owner: Madagascar Navy
Date acquired: January 2003
Based at: Madagascar
Job: Patrol Boat
Altered: Gun on foredeck
© At Diego Suarez taken during the commissioning ceremony

44407

In Service
Built: 1972 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Depoe Bay, Oregon
Yaquina Bay, Oregon
Ex Service
One of seven 44´s transferred to Madagascar via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: 16
Owner: Madagascar Navy
Date acquired: January 2003
Based at: Madagascar
Job: Patrol Boat
Altered: Gun on foredeck
© At Diego Suarez taken during the commissioning ceremony

44408

In Service
Built: 1972 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Coos Bay, Oregon
Shinnicock, New York
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington ?-1999
Quillayute River, Washington
© Sean Unsinger
At Coos Bay
Ex Service
One of seven 44´s transferred to Madagascar via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

Name: 17
Owner: Madagascar Navy
Date acquired: January 2003
Based at: Madagascar
Job: Patrol Boat
Altered: Gun on foredeck
© At Diego Suarez taken during the commissioning ceremony

44409

In Service
Built: 1972 at USCG Yard, Curtis Bay, USA
Based at: Tillamook Bay, Oregon
Westport, Washington
The National Motor Lifeboat School, Cape Disappointment, Ilwaco, Washington
© BMCS Tom Dye Ret.
At Tillamook Bay
Ex Service
Name: 44409
Owner: The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office, Marine Unit
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Eureka, Humboldt Bay, California
Job: Law Enforcement/Search and Rescue
Altered:
No
© Clive Lawford
20/07/11
Name: 44409
Owner: Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept.
Date acquired: ?
Based at: Marina Del Rey/Catalina, Los Angeles
Job: ?
Altered:
No
© Clive Lawford
12/07/18
Name: ?
Owner: Private Ownership
Date acquired: ?
Based at: ?
Job: ?
Altered:
?
Name: Samudra
Owner: Andrew Coward
Date acquired: June 2018
Based at: Alameda, California
Job: Recreation coastal cruising
Altered:
No significant changes but will increase cruising comforts
© Tom Carpenter
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