- Class: Tampa - 4 cutters of 1921
- Displacement: 1,780 tons
- Dimensions: 240(oa) x 39 x 16.5 ft.
- Machinery: 1-shaft turbo-electric drive, S.H.P. 2,600 = 16 knots
- Armament: 2-5"/51 (2x1), 2-3"/50 (4x1), 4-20 mm. guns
- Complement: 122
- Builder: Union Construction Co., Oakland, CA
- Keel Laid: 27 Sep 1920
- Launched: 19 Apr 1921
- Commissioned: 15 Sep 1921
- Notes: Homeported in Boston from 1921, taking part in the International Ice Patrol during spring and summer. Shifted to New York division in 1932. Participated in rescue efforts for the Morro Castle when the latter caught fire and grounded off the coast of New Jersey, 8 Sep 1934, picking up 140 survivors. Shifted to Mobile in late 1930s and operated in the Gulf of Mexico until late 1941. With the approach of war, she came under naval jurisdiction in Nov 1941. Shifted back to the North Atlantic in early 1942, escorting ships between Iceland, Greenland, and Nova Scotia. Part of the escort for convoy SG-19 when the transport Dorchester was torpedoed and sunk, 29 Jan 1943; four army chaplains gave up their life vests to soldiers who had none. Continued escort operations to the end of the war in Europe. Resumed ice patrols off the Grand Banks in the summers of 1945 and 1946. Decommissioned in late 1946 and sold. Became mercantile Rigel Kent (1948), scrapped 1951.