|Length:||64 ft (19.5 m)|
|Installed power:||steam engine; later diesel|
Audrey was a small steam vessel that operated on Puget Sound in the early part of the 1900s. The vessel was converted to a diesel tug and operated as such for many years on Puget Sound.
Built in 1909, Audrey was used to replace the steamer Crystal on the run from Tacoma to Wollochet Bay in southern Puget Sound. She later served as a grocery carrier for the small south Puget Sound communities of Still Harbor, Anderson Island, Longbranch, and North Bay. Audrey was later converted to a diesel-powered tug. Audrey was used by the Seattle police to locate the body of the victim in a case known as the Mahoney Trunk Murder. In 1943, she was sold to Delta V. Smyth, and in 1960, went to the Foss tug concern with all other Smyth tugs.
- Findlay, Jean Cammon; Paterson, Robin (2008). Mosquito Fleet of Southern Puget Sound. Arcadia Publishing. p. 123. ISBN 0-7385-5607-6.
- Findlay, Jean Cammon; Paterson, Robin (2008). Mosquito Fleet of Southern Puget Sound. Arcadia Publishing. p. 61. ISBN 0-7385-5607-6.
- "The Mahoney Trunk Murder occurs on April 16, 1921". History.link.
- Newell, Gordon (1960). Ships of the Inland Sea (2nd ed.). Portland, OR: Binford and Mort. ISBN 978-0832300394.
- "Policeman pulling trunk with murder victim's body out of Lake Union, Seattle, August 8, 1921, on tug Audrey". Digital Collections. Museum of History and Industry Images. University Libraries, University of Washington.