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Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship NATOMA. In service 1919-1935.

Gasoline engines, length 119 feet, beam 17.5 feet, draft 5 feet. Built in 1913 by G.E and P. Seabury at Morris Heights, New York for $45,000. Turned over to Navy and designated SP-666 in World War I and thence to Coast and Geodetic Survey in 1919. In service 1919-1935, served in both Atlantic and Pacific. Source of name uncertain.

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