USCG inland construction tender
An inland construction tender is a type of ship used to build and service shore structures such as piers and buoy trestles. It is also used to maintain buoys and aids to navigation. Less frequently, they may be used for law enforcement, environmental, icebreaking, and search and rescue operations.
160-foot class inland construction tender
100-foot class inland construction tender
75-foot class inland construction tender
- USCGC Anvil (WLIC-75301)
- USCGC Axe (WLIC-75310)
- USCGC Clamp (WLIC-75306)
- USCGC Hammer (WLIC-75302)
- USCGC Hatchet (WLIC-75309)
- USCGC Mallet (WLIC-75304)
- USCGC Sledge (WLIC-75303)
- USCGC Vise (WLIC-75305)
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