From: Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, V. 3, 1968, p. 145.
An island off the coast of Maine.
(YFB-32: dp. 167; l. 117'; b. 24'; dr. 8'9"; s. 9 k.)
Green Island (YFB-32), a wooden steam ferryboat, was built as Aucocisco in 1897 by South Portland Shipbuilding Co., South Portland, Maine, and was acquired 3 April 1942 from her owner Casco Bay Lines, Inc., Portland, Maine. She was placed in service with 1st Naval District 5 May 1942 at Portland, Maine, and renamed Green Island.
Used to transport fleet liberty parties in Casco Bay, Maine, Green Island continued in service until returned to her former owner 18 December 1945. Her name was struck from the Navy List 20 March 1946.
Transcribed by Richard H. Bouchard.