Allied Warships

Patrol vessels

Active class

33 ships


The patrol vessel USCGC Cuyahoga of the United States Coast Guard. She was lost on 20 Oct 1978.

Technical information

TypePatrol vessel
Displacement210 BRT 
Length125 feet 
Complement3 officers + 18 men 
Armament1 3" gun. 
Max speed13 knots
EnginesDiesel engines, 2 shafts 
Power1200 HP 
Notes on class 


All ships of the Active class


United States Coast Guard (more on United States Coast Guard)

USCGC Active (WPC 125)
USCGC Agassiz (WPC 126)
USCGC Alert (WPC 127)
USCGC Antietam (WPC 128) Lost on 14 Sep 1944
USCGC Bonham (WPC 129)
USCGC Boutwell (WPC 130)
USCGC Cahoone (WPC 131)
USCGC Cartigan (WPC 132)
USCGC Colfax (WPC 133)
USCGC Crawford (WPC 134)
USCGC Diligence (WPC 135)
USCGC Dix (WPC 136)
USCGC Ewing (WPC 137)
USCGC Faunce (WPC 138)
USCGC Frederick Lee (WPC 139)
USCGC General Greene (WPC 140)
USCGC Harriet Lane (WPC 141)
USCGC Jackson (WPC 142) Lost on 14 Sep 1944
USCGC Kimball (WPC 143)
USCGC Legare (WPC 144)
USCGC Marion (WPC 145)
USCGC McLane (WPC 146)
USCGC Morris (WPC 147)
USCGC Nemaha (WPC 148)
USCGC Pulaski (WPC 149)
USCGC Reliance (WPC 150)
USCGC Rush (WPC 151)
USCGC Tiger (WPC 152)
USCGC Travis (WPC 153)
USCGC Vigilant (WPC 154)
USCGC Woodbury (WPC 155)
USCGC Yeaton (WPC 156)
USCGC Cuyahoga (WPC 157) Lost on 20 Oct 1978


33 Patrol vessels of the Active class. 3 of them were lost.

See all Patrol vessel classes.


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