Length: 133 feet and 3 inches
Beam: 30 feet
Displacement: 630 tons
Propeller: single, 3-bladed, diameter 5 feet and 9 inches
Maximum speed: 9 knots
Anchors: two, mushroom type, 5000 pounds each. 10 Shots of chain for each anchor. One shot = 15 Fathoms or 90 Feet. So 900 ft of chain for each anchor.
USCG Crew (in 1965): 1 Warrant Officer Bos'n, 2 Chiefs and 13 Petty Officers + Sailors
Aids to Navigation on board, as of 1965:
-Light Beacon: two, both on Aft Mast
-Fog Horn: one, air operated diaphone
-HF Radio Direction Finding Beacon: for details see links page
-Bell: one, large on the bow
-Visual: Name of the light station painted on both sides of the ship in large white letters with red background.
Engineering Specifications, as of 1965:
Diesel-Electric Propulsion Plant with:
-four GM 6-71 Diesel Generator sets, 250v DC ### Amps
-one propulsion motor; 250v DC, 1160 Amps, 350 SHP total
-two GM 3-71 Diesel Generator sets for ship service DC power
-one GM 6-71 75kw Diesel Generator set for ships service AC power
-19,470 gallons of Fuel Oil in six storage tanks (95%)
- 6,698 gallons of Fuel Oil in two settling tanks (95%)
- 1,950 gallons of Potable Water in two storage tanks
Electronics, as of 1965:
-one AN/SPN-11: Surface search, RCA model CR103
Navigation LORAN Receiver:
-one AN/SPN-25: for LORAN-A, RCA model LR-8803
-two URC-7: HF Transceivers,
HF Radio Direction Finder Transmitting system:
-two TB-142 HF Radio Direction Finding beacon transmitters,
Gyro Compass: None, magnetic compass only except during WW2, which was a Sperry Mark XVIII.
2 mushroom type, 5000 lbs each
amount of Anchor Chain: 10 shots (900 feet) per anchor
more info to be added as time allows.