From:  Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships





A former name retained.

YT-325: t. 332 (gr.) ; l. 130'; b. 28'11" ; a. none


Mamo (YT-325) was built by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., San Francisco, Calif., in January 1931; acquired by the Navy from Young Brothers Ltd., Honolulu, Hawaii; and commissioned there 9 May 1942.


Assigned to the 14th Naval District, Mamo served out of Pearl Harbor throughout World War II.  She was redesignated YTM-325 on 13 April 1944 and on 15 May 1944 redesignated YTB-325.  The large harbor tug was returned to her owner 5 February 1946.

Transcribed by:  Bill Mozingo,