USS Yo Ho

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Yo Ho SP-463

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Yo Ho

(MB: l. 46'4"; b. 10'0"; dr. 2'8" (mean); s. 9 k.; cpl.
4; a. 2 mg.)

Yo Ho (SP-463)—a motor boat built in 1910 at Bath, Maine, by the Bath Marine Construction Co.— was acquired by the Navy from H. D. Bacon, of Bath, And commissioned on 12 MAY 1917, Boatswain T. H. Barber, USNRF, in command. Operating in an unattached status from the 2d Naval District, Yo Ho served through the armistice which ended World War I on 11 November 1918. She was sold for junk on 2 June 1919 to G. F. Blackburn of New York, N.Y.
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