Category:IMO 8971815

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Ship[edit]

  • Type: Yacht
  • Design by:
  • Order date:
  • Built by: Great Lakes Engineering Works, Ecorse, United States
  • Yard No: 239
  • Keel laid:
  • Launch date: 2.4.21
  • Date of completion: 5.21
  • Length over all: 78.5 m (257.8 ft)
  • LPP: m
  • Beam: 11.2 m (35.5 ft)
  • Draught: m
  • GRT: 1342
  • DWT: 1950
  • NET:
  • Main engine: Three Babcock and Wilcox boilers which power two 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW) quadruple expansion engines.
  • Speed: 15 kn

History[edit]

  • 1921 Named: DELPHINE for Horace Dodge, co-founder of Dodge Brothers Flag: United States
  • 1926 Caught fire and sank in New York, recovered and restored
  • 1940 Ran aground in the Great Lakes, repaired
  • 01-1942 Acquired by the United States Navy Renamed: USS DAUNTLESS (PG-61), to serve as flagship for Admiral Ernest King, Commander in Chief of the U.S. Fleet and Chief of Naval Operations
  • 1946 Sold back to Anna Dodge (Horace Dodge's wife) Restored to civilian standards and service Renamed: DELPHINE Flag: United States
  • 1955 Permanently docked at her private pier
  • 1967 Donated to ‘the People to People Health Foundation’
  • 1968 Sold to the Lundeberg Maryland Seamanship School Converted to to training ship Renamed: DAUNTLESS
  • 1986 Sold to the company Travel Dynamics of New York City. Renamed: DELPHINE
  • 1989 Sold to Sea Sun Cruises, a French-Singapore company
  • 1993 Steamed to Marseille, France
  • 1997 Sold at scrap metal price and towed to Brugge, Belgium
  • 02-1998 onwards untill 07-2003 Full restoration for $60 million to the original 1921 condition including interior decor and the original steam engines.
  • 10-09-2003 Renamed: SS DELPHINE by Princess Stéphanie of Monaco Flag: Madeira, Portugal
    • MMSI Number: 255986000
    • Callsign: CQTJ
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