USCGC Anacapa (WPB-1335)

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USCGC Anacapa (WPB-1335).jpg
Anacapa in Glacier Bay, Alaska
Career (United States)
Name: USCGC Anacapa
Namesake: Anacapa Island, California
Homeport: Petersburg, Alaska
Status: Active in service
General characteristics
Class and type: Island-class cutter
Displacement: 164 tons
Length: 110 ft (34 m)
Beam: 21 ft (6.4 m)
Draft: 6.5 ft (2.0 m)
Propulsion: Twin Paxman Valenta 16-CM RP-200M
Speed: 30+ knots
Range: 9,900 miles
Endurance: 6 days
Boats and landing
craft carried:
1 - RHI (90 HP outboard engine)
Complement: 22 personnel (3 officers, 19 enlisted)
Armament: 25 mm Mk 38 chain gun
5 x .50 caliber machine guns
1 x MK 19 40 mm Grenade Launcher Various Small Arms
Notes: Communications: VHF and HF

USCGC Anacapa (WPB-1335) is an Island-class cutter of the United States Coast Guard. Her class of ships were built in the 1980s and early 1990s to replace Cape-class cutters. The ship is named for Anacapa Island.

Anacapa's homeport in 2012 was Petersburg, Alaska.[1] She sank the Ryou-Un Maru in the Gulf of Alaska on April 6, 2012.[2]