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Lighthouse Designs By Elaine Myers
From Photos Supplied And AuthorizedÂ For Use By USCG And
From Photos Taken On Travels Around The United States
This Set Includes 32 Designs For
The 4 X 4 Hoop And Is Available In Your Choice Of Format For $20 -
You Get Each Vessel With And Without Frame.
Suitable For Quilts, Curtains,
Shirts, Totes, Clocks, Towels, Coasters, Napkins, Etc.
The USCG reports 22 US
Lightships are still afloat in the US.Â The first 16 “LV”
designated ships include 8 on the National Historical
Register (79, 83, 87, 103, 112, 101, 116, 118). The list also
includes #75 which is now a power lighter in New York harbor,
#84 which is gutted awaiting becoming scrap, #85 which has
been converted for ocean research work, #102 which is used
for crab processing and #111 which is a hulk .Of the 6 WLV
ships built by the Coast Guard all survive except WLV-189
which was sunk in 1994. That leaves 16 ships that are
floating in the US and somewhat recognizable as lightships.Â
WLV-196 is from the outside in the worst condition—Painted
white and blue with rusted hull. She serves as a Marine Bio
Researcher in Alaska.Â It is possible to put the ship hull
number (ex. WLV-605) in your search engine and get up to date
location information on these vessels. For more historical
information you can visit the USCG Historians site
or more specifically http://www.uscg.mil/hq/g-cp/history/Lightship_Index.html