USS Jasimine

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Jasimine

(ScStr: t. 120, 1. 79', b. 18'3", dr. 7'6", cpl. 19, a.
1 20-pdr. P.r., 1 12-pdr. how.)

Jasimine a wooden tug, was purchased at New York under the name Peter B. Van Eouten from Palmer, Crary, & John Beid, 2D May 1863, and commissioned at New York Navy Yard 17 June, Acting Master A. L. B. Zerega in command.

Jasimine was assigned to the West Gulf Blockading Squadron and sailed for the Gulf of Mexico 21 June. On 14 July she captured sloop Relampago with an assorted cargo, including supplies of critical copper boiler tubing, and towed her to Key West. For the remainder of the war the tireless tug served as a supply and dispatch vessel maintaining communications between the various ships of the squadron. The end of the war found her in Pensacola, where she remained providing varied services while the squadron demobilized and the Navy resumed peacetime operations.

Jasimine sailed north earst in 1866 and decommissioned at New York 12 May. She was sold to the Treasury Department 13 June 1866.