USS LSM-333 was built by Pullman Standard Manufacturing Company in Chicago, and was launched for the US Navy in October 1944. She participated in the Pacific before she was taken out of service in July 1946. In 1962 she was transferred to the Thai Navy and renamed to LSM-731. She was stricken from the lists in 1990 and used for spare parts. She was scuttled as a dive target and artificial reef 17.September 2006 outside the island of Koh Sak. The wreck rest today on her keel as a classic Donald Duck wreck on a depth of approximately 12 to 32 meter. Also see the wreck's of her sister ship HTMS Khramto and HTMS Mataphon.

Former names:
USS LSM-333,LSM-731
203,6 x 34,6 x 8,3 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
520 grt
Chicago ( US ) 1944
( TH )

Last updated: August 2019