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Eureka Shipbuilding, Fields Landing CA

Eureka Shipbuilding was started in 1941 for the war effort and renamed Eureka Boat Building & Repair in 1947. Comments or queries, please email

Most recent update: 2021-08-31.

Hull# O.N. Name Owner Type # Tons Ft. Delivery Disposition
Built by Eureka Shipbuilding
1 Port Costa U.S.M.C. V2-M-AL1 1566 90d 66 Jan-44 To Britain as a TUSA
2 Port San Luis U.S.M.C. V2-M-AL1 1567 90d 66 Feb-44 To Britain as a TUSA
3 Port Chicago U.S.M.C. V2-M-AL1 1568 90d 66 Mar-44 To Britain as a TUSA
4 Port Gamble U.S.M.C. V2-M-AL1 1569 90d 66 Apr-44 To Britain as a TUSA
5 Port Tobacco U.S.M.C. V2-M-AL1 1570 90d 66 Jun-44 To Britain as a TUSA
6 254364 Port Haywood U.S.M.C. V2-M-AL1 1571 90d 66 Jul-44 To Britain as TUSA 229, to USN as YT 718, sold 1947 as Limpiar VI, deleted 198x
Built by Eureka Boat Building & Repair
1 251558 A. N. Lucido Frank J. Leard Fishing 42g 47 1947
2 253402 Vitina A Diego Aranclo Fishing 52g 51 1947 Now Anna S

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