From: Dictionary of American Fighting Ships
A fresh water game fish closely related to the trout.
(SP - 1259: t. 4; l. 33'6"; b. 7'; dr. 2'10"; s. 14k.; a. 1 mg.)
The second Grayling (SP-1259) was built by Boyden of Amesburg, Mass., in 1915 and acquired by the Navy from her owner, E. E. Gray, 7 May 1917. She commissioned 22 May 1917 and was used by the 1st Naval District as a patrol craft in Boston harbor until returned to her owner 30 November 1918.
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