America’s Sea Cloud

$109.95

America’s Sea Cloud Beautifully made and with all the desirable features, extensive rigging, hand carved and painted, made exclusively for Cap’n Steve. Each one truly one of a kind, This is a limited run and only a few available, each one unique, heirloom quality.
In 1943, the Navy asked for control of Sea Cloud and Nourmahal, another former yacht converted into a weather ship. On April 9, 1943, the United States Navy commissioned Sea Cloud as USS Sea Cloud (IX-99), though she maintained a Coast Guard crew.[2] She was assigned to Task Force 24.

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Beautifully made and with all the desirable features, extensive rigging, hand carved and painted, made exclusively for Cap’n Steve. Each one truly one of a kind, This is a limited run and only a few available, each one unique, heirloom quality.
In 1943, the Navy asked for control of Sea Cloud and Nourmahal, another former yacht converted into a weather ship. On April 9, 1943, the United States Navy commissioned Sea Cloud as USS Sea Cloud (IX-99), though she maintained a Coast Guard crew.[2] She was assigned to Task Force 24.

Relieving USCGC Conifer in February 1944, Sea Cloud patrolled a 100-square-mile (260 km2) area near the New England coast, generating weather reports for the First Naval District. On February 27, 1944, Sea Cloud traveled to be refurbished at Atlantic Yard in East Boston, afterwards taking over a new one-hundred square mile area at Weather Station Number One