- Type: Yacht
- Displacement: 1,950 tons
- Dimensions: 258 x 35 x 16 ft.
- Machinery: 3 Babcock and Wilcox boilers, 2 VQE steam engines, 3,000 IHP each, two shafts = 16 knots
- Builder: Great Lakes Engine Works, Ecorse, Michigan, 1921
- Service: Built for Horace Dodge, co-founder of Dodge Brothers. Launched 2 Apr 1921. Caught fire and sank in Hudson River, 1926. Raised and repaired, she suffered further damage by running aground in the Great Lakes in 1940. Acquired by the US Navy 21 Jan 1942 and commissioned 11 May 1942 as USS Dauntless (PG-61) to serve as flagship for Adm Ernest J. King, COMINCH and CNO. Decommissioned 11 May 1946 and sold back to Anna Dodge Dillman (Horace Dodge's wife) postwar and renamed Delphine. Changed hands in 1966, 1967, and in 1968 sold to the Lundeburg Seamanship School of Piney Point, MD and renamed Dauntless. Sold again in 1986, 1989, and 1997, when she was towed to Bruges, Belgium for restoration which lasted from Feb 1998 to Jul 2003. Rechristened Delphine she currently operates out of Monaco.