Ancient Mariner


USCG Nemesis was laid down at Marietta Manufacturing Company in Point Pleasant, and was launched in July 1934. She was commissioned three months later. Under second world war she was stationed in St. Petersburg in Florida and was assigned with hunting uboats and escort duties.She earned herself one battle award for her service in the war. She was decommissioned in November 1964, and sold to Auto Marine Engineering two years later. In 1981 she was converted to a floating restaurant, and renamed Ancient Mariner. She was deliberately scuttled as an artificial reef 9. June 1991. The wreck rest today on her keel as a classic Donald Duck wreck on a depth of 15 to 22 meter outside Pompano Beach.

Former names:
Ancient Mariner
USCG Nemesis
50,3 x 7,7 m
Tons: Built: Home Port:
337 grt
Point Pleasant ( US ) 1934
( US )

Last updated: December 2020