- Class: Iris - 39 seagoing buoy tenders of 1942-44
- Displacement: 1,025 tons
- Dimensions: 180'(oa) x 37' x 12'
- Machinery: diesel engines = 13 knots
- Armament: 1-3"/50, 4-20 mm AA guns
- Complement: 80 (6 officers + 74 enlisted men)
- Builder: Zenith Dredge Company, Duluth, Minnesota
- Keel Laid: 2 Aug 1943
- Launched: 23 Oct 1943
- Commissioned: 22 Apr 1944
- Decommissioned: 22 May 2003
- Notes: One of 39 original 180-foot seagoing buoy tenders. First homeported at San Pedro, CA in spring 1945; later San Francisco. Participated in Operation Crossroads (Bikini A-bomb tests) in 1946. Moved to San Juan, PR in 1949 and Miami in 1953. Departed Miami 24 May 1957 for a circumnavigation of North America in company with USCGC Spar and USCGC Storis, via Panama Canal, Seattle, the Bering Straits and Arctic Ocean; returned to Miami 2 Dec 1957. Transferred to Detroit in 1962 for duties on the Great Lakes; major refit in 1974-75 after which she was stationed at Port Huron, MI. Brief assignment in Caribbean 1986-87, then another major refit in Toledo, OH in 1989. Again briefly in Caribbean 1997-98, but stayed primarily on duty in Lakes Erie and Huron, before decommissioning in 2003.
Currently a museum ship in Port Huron, Michigan.