Seattle Construction and Drydock Company

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The Seattle Construction and Drydock Company was an American shipbuilding concern. Between 1906 and late 1911, it was known as Moran Brothers Shipyard.

Shipbuilding

Ship Type Launched Fate
U.S.S. Rowan torpedo boat 8 Apr, 1898 Sold 3 Jun, 1918
U.S.S. Nebraska pre-dreadnought 7 Oct, 1904 Sold 30 Nov, 1923
U.S.S. Pickerel submarine 6 Jan, 1912 Sold 17 Aug, 1922
U.S.S. Skate submarine 6 Jan, 1912 Foundered 25 Mar, 1915
U.S.S. Garfish submarine 3 Jul, 1913 Stricken 1922
U.S.S. Walrus submarine 19 Mar, 1914 Broken up 1931
U.S.S. N-1 submarine 30 Dec, 1916 Broken up 1931
U.S.S. N-2 submarine 16 Jan, 1917 Broken up 1931
U.S.S. N-3 submarine 21 Feb, 1917 Broken up 1931

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