Warren Fish, Pensacola FL
Warren Fish was established in 1869 by Andrew Warren and closed in the mid-1950s, but its shipyard was only operational during the 1940s. It was located at the foot of South Baylen Street, where Baylen Slips Marina is today. Comments or queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most recent update: 2021-08-30.
|Hull#||O.N.||Original Name||Original Owner||Ship Type||Tons||Feet||Delivery||Disposition|
|Conqueror (AMc 70)||US Navy||Minesweeper||205||97||6-Mar-42||Sold 1946|
|251601||Conquest (AMc 71)||US Navy||Minesweeper||205||97||9-Mar-42||Sold 1946 as Conquest|
|na||Courier (AMc 72)||US Navy||Minesweeper||205||97||Transferred to Herreshoff|
|na||Defiance (AMc 73)||US Navy||Minesweeper||205||97||Transferred to Herreshoff|
|na||FS 113||US Army||Coastal Freighter||450||140||Oct-43||To Honduras as Jimenao|
|na||FS 114||US Army||Coastal Freighter||450||140||Apr-44||To Nicaragua as Selena|
|252816||Betty Sue II||Yacht||17||40||1947|