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Models featured: PT-366,  (80' ELCO, PT-103 Class) and PT-252 (78' Higgins)

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PT-366, an 80' ELCO, circa June 1945 with Pacific Theatre camouflage




 



Grouping of PT hull #s and classes

Experimental Boats
- 13 boats built -
PT-1 to PT-9
(10)
PT-69 and PT-70
(2)
PT-564 (1)
 

70' ELCO
- 10 boats built -
PT-10 to PT-19
(10)
 

77' ELCO
- 49 boats built -
PT-20 to PT-68
(49)
 

78' HIGGINS
- 162 boats built -
PT-71 to PT-94
(24)
PT-197 to PT-254
(59)
PT-265 to PT-313
(49)
PT-625 to PT-660
(30)
 



Above is PT-252 which was a 78' Higgins PT boat


PT-252 (78' Higgins boat) shows the use of
"mimic glass" on the windows

78' HUCKINS
- 54 boats built -
PT-95 to PT-102
(8)
PT-255 to PT-264
(10)
PT-450 to PT-485
(36)
 

80' ELCO
- 328 boats built -
PT-103 to PT-196
(94)
PT-314 to PT-367
(54)
PT-372 to PT-383
(12)
PT-486 to PT-563 (78)
PT-565 to PT-624
(60)
PT-731 to PT-760
(30)
 

70' SCOTT-PAINE
- 4 boats built
PT-368 to PT-371
(4)
 

70' VOSPER
- 136 boats built
PT-384 to PT-449
(66)
PT-661 to PT-730
(70)
 

Any 80' ELCO PT Boat
Custom model built as to your designated circa including flagging, aircraft and personalized brass plate.

Scale 1:48 / 20"
Price: $1050

1/3 deposit $350.00

* O Gauge mounted as you need *
We'll contact you for details after you order.

Shipping extra, inquire for quote.
Other sizes from 12 inches to 12 feet possible.

Fully assembled, museum quality, desk-top display model mounted on mahogany wood base using solid brass pedestals.

Any 78' Higgins PT Boat, custom

Scale 1:48 / 20"
Price: $1050.00

1/3 deposit $350.00

We'll contact you for detail preferences.

For other classes of PT Boats please email

The ELCO PT Boat (Patrol Torpedo Boat) was a wooden craft 80 feet long with a beam of 20 feet 8 inches that displaced 54 tons when fully loaded. Powered by three 12-cylinder Packard Marine engines generating a total of 4,500 horsepower and carrying 3,000 gallons of aviation fuel, they could accelerate from 8 to 40 knots in about eleven seconds (and attain a top speed of 48 knots).The all-volunteer crew consisted of about 14 men (1 or 2 of them officers) each trained to do every job for the running of the boat as they didn't have the luxury of replacements.

The PT Boat carried more firepower per pound of boat than any other craft in the Navy. The typical boat was armed with the following:
1) on the bow a 37 mm automatic machine gun
2) just forward of the super structure a 20 mm Oerlikon gun or a mortar
3) on each side a twin 50 cal machine gun
4) aft a 40 mm Bofors canon
5) four Mk-7 torpedoes in tubes (later 4 Mk-13 on racks)  Most boats also had depth charges, mortar rockets, hand grenades, small arms and a smoke generator.

During WWII nearly 800 PT boats of all types were built. Active in every theatre, they performed important missions from clandestine runs such as evacuating General Macarthur during the fall of the Philippines to supporting the Normandy invasion on D-Day. In the Pacific they assisted in winning major naval battles through the bravery and determination of their commanders who, like future United States President John F. Kennedy in PT-109,  took on much larger enemy warships, sometimes unsuccessfully.

PT-366

PT-366, as replicated, is an example of a late-war, heavily armed Patrol Torpedo Boat based in the South Pacific Theatre. Built by Harbour Boat Building at Terminal Island, CA in 1943,  the boat was in action until the Pacific war drew to a close. The model is replicated has to how the boat was configured while stationed at PT Base 17, Bobon Point, Samar, Philippines in June 1945.

By this time the role of the PT boats had changed from night marauders against larger Japanese warships ships to concentrated attacks on the Japanese supply system and the troop barges that plied amongst the various island groups. PT-366 is typical of the "barge-busting" boats used during the final year of the war. The boats in this role were equipped with an impressive array of weapons that included:
a 37mm machine gun on the very bow
a 20mm Oerlikon or mortar forward of the superstructure
two twin 50 caliber machine guns - one per side
a single 40mm Bofors canon on the stern
four Mk-13 torpedoes on the deck sides
two 8-tube 5" spin-stabilized rocket launchers
The latter added a degree of fire power that matched a destroyer's,  but was limited to only 16 shots.

On the model the rocket launchers can be rotated to either the outboard firing position or the inboard stowed position. Additionally, the model nicely replicates the mufflers that could either direct the exhaust through the mufflers and out underwater for maximum stealth or straight out for maximum power.

ELCO 80' specifications

Length

80 feet
Beam 23 feet
Draft   5 feet
Displacement 38 tons
Power Plant Three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500)
Screws + SHP 3 screws, 1,200 SHP
Speed 41 knots
Builder ELCO at Bayonne in New Jersey
Complement 17 (all volunteers)


 

 

Listing of PT Boats


Experimental Class Vessels - Length: 58' to 81'

Displacement: 25-35 tons / Beam: 15'-20' / Draft: 4' / Speed: 40 knots / Gasoline engines
Armament: 2-4 21" or 4 18" torpedo tubes
Complement: 10-11

Hull # Built Notes:   Hull # Built Notes:
PT-1 1941 58' - reclassified Small Boat (Fogal Boat Yard, Miami)   PT-6,1 1940 81', transferred to UK (Higgins, New Orleans)
PT-2 1941 58' - reclassified Small Boat (Fogal Boat Yard, Miami)   PT-6,2 1941 81', replaced PT-6 transferred to UK (Higgins)
PT-3 1940 58' - transferred to UK (Fisher Boat Works, Detroit)   PT-7 1941 81', transferred to UK (Philadelphia Navy Yard)
PT-4 1940 58' - transferred to UK (Fisher Boat Works, Detroit)   PT-8 1941 81', converted to Patrol Vessel, YP (Ph Navy Yard)
PT-5 1941 81' - transferred to UK (Higgins, New Orleans)   PT-9 1940 70', converted to Patrol Vessel, YP (Scott Paine UK)


PT-564    Higgins Hellcat - Experimental Motor Torpedo Boat

Displacement: 40 tons / Length: 70' / Beam: 20' / Draft: 4'6" / Speed: 46 knots / three Packard (W-8) gasoline engines
Armament: 2-4 21" or 4 18" torpedo tubes
Complement: 10-11
Built at Higgins, New Orleans, commissioned September 2nd, 1943

 


PT-10 CLASS, ELCO - 70'
(Built by ELCO, Bayonne, New Jersey)
Displacement: 33 tons / Beam: 19'11" / Draft: 4' / Speed: 39 knots / three Packard liquid-cooled engines; 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" Mk VII torpedoes; 2x2 .50-cal Browning M2 mg
Complement: 17

Hull # Built Notes:   Hull # Built Notes:
PT-10 1940 Transferred to UK   PT-15 1940 Transferred to UK
PT-11 1940 Transferred to UK   PT-16 1940 Transferred to UK
PT-12 1940 Transferred to UK   PT-17 1940 Transferred to UK
PT-13 1940 Transferred to UK   PT-18 1940 Transferred to UK
PT-14 1940 Transferred to UK   PT-19 1940 Transferred to UK


PT-20 CLASS,
ELCO - 77'
(Built by ELCO at Bayonne, New Jersey))

Displacement: 35 tons / Beam: 19'11" / Draft: 5'6" / Speed: 39 knots / three Packard liquid-cooled engines; 1,200 hp
Armament: 2 21" torpedo tubes, 4 Mk VII torpedoes; 2x2 .50-cal. mg.
Complement: 17

Hull # Built Notes: = lost   Hull # Built Notes: = lost
PT-20 1940 Scrapped 1944   PT-45 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-21 1941 Scrapped 1943   PT-46 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-22 1941 11 Jun 43; bad weather, Aleutians   PT-47 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat, sold 1947
PT-23 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-48 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-24 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-49 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-25 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-50 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-26 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-51 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-27 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-52 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-28 1941 12 Jan 43; grounding, Aleutians   PT-53 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-29 1941 Scrapped 1944   PT-54 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-30 1941 Scrapped 1944   PT-55 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-31 1941 20 Jan 42; grounded and scuttled Subic Bay, PI   PT-56 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-32 1941 13 Mar 42; destroyed to prevent capture, PI   PT-57 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-33 1941 15 Dec 41; grounded and scuttled Subic Bay, PI   PT-58 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-34 1941    9 Apr 42; air attack near Cebu, PI   PT-59 1942 Reclassified as Small Boat, sold 1947
PT-35 1941 12 Apr 42; air attack near Cebu, PI - scuttled   PT-60 1942 Scrapped 1944
PT-36 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-61 1942 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-37 1941    1 Feb 43; Japanese destroyer at Guadalcanal   PT-62 1942 Scrapped 1945
PT-38 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-63 1942 18 Jun 44; internal explosion, New Ireland
PT-39 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-64 1942 Scrapped 1945
PT-40 1941 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-65 1942 Scrapped 1945
PT-41 1941 15 Apr 42; air attack, Mindanao, PI - scuttled   PT-66 1942 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-42 1941 Scrapped 1944   PT-67 1942 17 Mar 43; internal explosion, New Guinea
PT-43 1941 10 Jan 43; Japanese destroyers, Guadalcanal   PT-68 1942    1 Oct 43; grounded and scuttled, New Guinea
PT-44 1941 12 Dec 42; Japanese destroyers, Guadalcanal        


Experimental Vessels
(Built by Huckins Yacht Co at Jacksonville, FL)

PT-69 1941 72' - converted to Patrol Vessel (YP)   PT-70 1941  76' - converted to Patrol Vessel (YP)

PT-71 Class - HIGGINS 78'
(Built by Higgins Industries at New Orlean
s)
Displacement: 43 tons / Beam: 19'5" / Draft: 5'3" / Speed: 41 knots / three Packard gasoline engines, triple screws;1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" Mk VII or VIII torpedoes; 1 20mm; 2x2 .50-cal mg
Complement: 17
Hull # Built Notes: = lost   Hull # Built Notes: = lost
PT-71 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-83 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-72 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-84 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-73 1942 14 Jan 45; grounded off Mindoro, PI   PT-85 1942 Transferred to USSR
PT-74 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-86 1942 Transferred to USSR
PT-75 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-87 1942 Transferred to USSR
PT-76 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-88 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-77 1942   1 Feb 45; collision with USN ship, sunk by gunfire   PT-89 1942 Transferred to USSR
PT-78 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-90 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-79 1942   1 Feb 45; collision with USN ship, sunk by gunfire   PT-91 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-80 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-92 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-81 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-93 1942 Transferred to UK
PT-82 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-94 1942 Transferred to UK

PT-95 Class - HUCKINS
78'
(Built by Huckins Yacht Co at Jacksonville, Florida)
Displacement: tons / Beam: 20'8" / Draft: 5' / Speed: 41 knots
Armament: 4 21" torpedoes; 1 20mm; 2x2 .50-cal
Complement: 17
PT-95 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-99 1942 Sold 1946
PT-96 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-100 1942 Sold 1946
PT-97 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-101 1942 Sold 1946
PT-98 1942 Sold 1946   PT-102 1942 Sold 1946
 

ELCO 80' Class, Series PT-103
(Built by ELCO at Bayonne, New Jersey)

Displacement: 38 tons / Beam: 23' / Draft: 5' / Speed: 41 knots
three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500); 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" XIII torpedoes; 1 20mm, 2x2 .50 cal mg
Complement: 17

Hull # Built Notes ( = Lost)   Hull # Built Notes ( = Lost)
PT-103 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-150 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-104 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-151 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-105 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-152 1942

Destroyed after war's end

PT-106 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-153 1942 4 Jul 43; grounded, Solomons
PT-107 1942 18 Jun 44; internal explosion, New Ireland   PT-154 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-108 1942 ?   PT-155 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-109 1942 2 Aug 43; rammed by enemy destroyer Blackett Str.   PT-156 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-110 1942 26 Jan 44; collision, New Guinea   PT-157 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-111 1942    1 Feb 43; Japanese destroyer gunfire, Guadalcanal   PT-158 1942 5 Jul 43; grounded, Solomons
PT-112 1942 10 Jan 43; Japanese destroyer gunfire, Guadalcanal   PT-159 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-113 1942    8 Aug 43; grounded Tufi, New Guinea   PT-160 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-114 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-161 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-115 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-162 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-116 1942 ?   PT-163 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-117 1942    1 Aug 43; air attack, Rendova   PT-164 1942    1 Aug 43; enemy air attack at Rendova
PT-118 1942    7 Sep 43; grounded/scuttled Vella Lavella   PT-165 1942 23 May 43; enemy submarine, New Caledonia
PT-119 1942 17 Mar 43; internal explosion Tufi, New Guinea   PT-166 1942 20 Jul 43; B-25 off Blanche Channel, Solomons
PT-120 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-167 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-121 1942 27 Mar 44; RAAF attack Bangula Bay   PT-168 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-122 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-169 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-123 1942    1 Feb 43; enemy aircraft, Guadalcanal   PT-170 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-124 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-171 1942 Destroyed after war's end
PT-125 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-172 1943    7 Sep 43, grounded and scuttled, Vella Lavella
PT-126 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-173 1943 23 May 43; enemy submarine, New Caledonia
PT-127 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-174 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-128 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-175 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-129 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-176 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-130 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-177 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-131 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-178 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-132 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-179 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-133 1942 15 Jul 44; enemy shore batteries near Biak   PT-180 1943 Sold 1946
PT-134 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-181 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-135 1942 12 Apr 44; grounded east of Cape Gloucester   PT-182 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-136 1942 17 Sep 43; grounded and scuttled Vitiaz Strait   PT-183 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-137 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-184 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-138 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-185 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-139 1942 Sold 1946   PT-186 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-140 1942 Sold 1946   PT-187 1943 Sold 1946
PT-141 1942 Sold 1946   PT-188 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-142 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-189 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-143 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-190 1943 Sold 1946
PT-144 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-191 1943 Sold 1946
PT-145 1942    4 Jan 44; grounded and scuttled Vitiaz Strait   PT-192 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-146 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-193 1943 25 Jun 44; grounded and scuttled, New Guinea
PT-147 1942 19 Nov 43, grounded and scuttled, New Guinea   PT-194 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-148 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-195 1943 Sold 1946
PT-149 1942 Destroyed after war's end   PT-196 1943 Destroyed after war's end


HIGGINS
78'
Displacement: 43 tons / Beam: 19'11" / Draft: 5'3" / Speed: 41 knots / three Packard gasoline engines, triple screws; 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" Mk XIII torpedoes; 2 20mm; 1 40mm
Complement: 17

PT-197 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-227 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-198 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-228 1943 Sold 1946
PT-199 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-229 1943 Sold 1946
PT-200 1943 22 Feb 44; collision off Newport, Rhode Island   PT-230 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-201 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-231 1943 Sold 1946
PT-202 1943 16 Aug 44; hit mine Point Aygulf, France   PT-232 1943 Sold 1946
PT-203 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-233 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-204 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-234 1943 Sold 1946
PT-205 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-235 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-206 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-236 1943 Sold 1946
PT-207 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-237 1943 Sold 1946
PT-208 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-238 1943 Sold 1946
PT-209 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-238 1943 Sold 1946
PT-200 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-239 1943 14 Dec 43; fire, Solomons
PT-211 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-240 1943 Sold 1946
PT-212 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-241 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-213 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-242 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-214 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-243 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-215 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-244 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-216 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-245 1943 Sold 1946
PT-217 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-246 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-218 1943 16 Aug 44; hit mine Point Aygulf, France   PT-247 1943 5 May 44, shore batteries Cape Torokina
PT-219 1943       Sep 43; foundered at Attu during storm   PT-248 1943  Destroyed after war's end
PT-220 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-249 1943 Sold 1946
PT-221 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-250 1943 Sold 1946
PT-222 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-251 1943 26 Feb 44, shore batteries Sio, New Guinea
PT-223 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-252 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-224 1943 Sold 1946   PT-253 1943 Sold 1946
PT-225 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-254 1943 Sold 1946
PT-226 1943 Sold 1946        

HUCKINS
78'
Displacement: tons / Beam: 20'8" / Draft: 5' / Speed: 41 knots
Armament: 4 21" torpedoes; 1 20mm; 2x2 .50-cal
Complement: 17
PT-255 1943 Sold 1948   PT-260 1943 Sold 1946
PT-256 1943 Sold 1948   PT-261 1943 Sold 1947
PT-257 1943 Sold 1947   PT-262 1943 Sold 1946
PT-258 1943 Sold 1947   PT-263 1943 Sold 1947
PT-259 1943 Sold 1946   PT-264 1943 Sold 1947


HIGGINS
78'
Displacement: 43 tons / Beam: 19'11" / Draft: 5'3" / Speed: 41 knots / three Packard gasoline engines, triple screws; 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" Mk XIII torpedoes; 2 20mm; 1 40mm
Complement: 17

PT-265 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-290 1943 Transferred to USSR
PT-266 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-291 1943 Transferred to USSR
PT-267 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-292 1943 Transferred to USSR
PT-268 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-293 1943 Transferred to USSR
PT-269 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-294 1943 Transferred to USSR
PT-270 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-295 1943 Sold 1948
PT-271 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-296 1943 Sold 1948
PT-272 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-297 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-273 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-298 1943 Sold 1946
PT-274 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-299 1943 Sold 1946
PT-275 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-300 1943 18 Dec 44; kamikaze off Mindoro
PT-276 1943 Transferred to USSR   PT-301 1943    7 Nov 44; internal explosion New Guinea
PT-277 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-302 1943 Sold 1948
PT-278 1943 Sold 1946   PT-303 1943 Sold 1948
PT-279 1943 11 Feb 44; collision off Cape Torokina   PT-304 1943 Sold 1948
PT-280 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-305 1943 Sold 1948
PT-281 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-306 1943 Sold 1948
PT-282 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-307 1943 Sold 1948
PT-283 1943 17 Mar 44; gunfire, Point Moki, Bougainville   PT-308 1943 Sold 1948
PT-284 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-309 1943 Sold 1948
PT-285 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-310 1943 Sold 1948
PT-286 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-311 1943 18 Nov 44; hit mine, Corsica
PT-287 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-312 1943 Sold 1948
PT-288 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-313 1943 Sold 1948
PT-289 1943 Transferred to USSR        
 

ELCO 80' Class, Series PT-314
(Built by ELCO at Bayonne, New Jersey)

Displacement: 38 tons / Beam: 23' / Draft: 5' / Speed: 41 knots
three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500); 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" XIII torpedoes; 1 20mm, 2x2 .50 cal mg
Complement: 17

PT-314 1943 Sold 1948   PT-338 1943 28 Jan 45; grounded Semirara, Mindoro
PT-315 1943 Sold 1948   PT-339 1943 27 May 44; grounded and scuttled, New Guinea
PT-316 1943 Sold 1947   PT-340 1943 Sold 1946
PT-317 1943 Sold 1948   PT-341 1943 Sold 1946
PT-318 1943 Sold 1946   PT-342 1943 Sold 1946
PT-319 1943 Sold 1946   PT-343 1943 Sold 1946
PT-320 1943 5 Nov 44, kamikaze attack off Leyte   PT-344 1943 Sold 1946
PT-321 1943 11 Nov 44; grounded and scuttled; Ormoc, Leyte   PT-345 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-322 1943 24 Nov 44; grounded and scuttled New Guinea   PT-346 1943 29 Apr 44; VMF air attack Cape Pomas
PT-323 1943 10 Dec 44; kamikaze attack Ormoc, Leyte   PT-347 1943 29 Apr 44; VMF air attack Cape Pomas
PT-324 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-348 1943 Sold 1946
PT-325 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-349 1943 Sold 1946
PT-326 1943 Sold 1946   PT-350 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-327 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-351 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-328 1943 Sold 1946   PT-352 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-329 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-353 1943 27 Mar 44, RAAF Bangula Bay
PT-330 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-354 1943 Sold 1946
PT-331 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-355 1943 Sold 1946
PT-332 1943 Sold 1946   PT-356 1943 Sold 1946
PT-333 1943 Sold 1946   PT-357 1943 Sold 1946
PT-334 1943 Sold 1946   PT-358 1943 Sold 1946
PT-335 1943 Sold 1946   PT-359 1943 Sold 1946
PT-336 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-360 1943 Sold 1946
PT-337 1943 7 Mar 44; enemy shore batteries, New Guinea   PT-361 1943 Sold 1946

80' ELCO boats built by Harbour Boat Building at Terminal Island, CA
PT-362 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-365 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-363 1943 25 Nov 44, shore batteries Knoe Bay, Halmahera   PT-366 1943 Sold 1946
PT-364 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-367 1943 Destroyed after war's end

PT-368 Class - SCOTT-PAINE 70'
(British design built by Canadian Power Boat at Montreal, Canada)

Displacement: 33 tons / Beam: 19' / Draft: 4'9" / Speed: 41 knots / three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500)
Armament: 2 21" torpedoes tubes, 20mm and .50 cal.
Complement: 12
PT-368 1943 :11 Oct 44; grounded and scuttled Halmahera   PT-370 1943 Destroyed after war's end
PT-369 1943 Destroyed after war's end   PT-371 1943 19 Sep 44; grounded and scuttled, Halmahera
 

ELCO 80' Class, Series PT-314 continued
(Built by ELCO at Bayonne, New Jersey)

Displacement: 38 tons / Beam: 23' / Draft: 5' / Speed: 41 knots
three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500); 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" XIII torpedoes; 1 20mm, 2x2 .50 cal mg
Complement: 17

PT-372 1943 Sold 1946   PT-378 1943 Sold 1946
PT-373 1943 Sold 1946   PT-379 1943 Sold 1946
PT-374 1943 Sold 1946   PT-380 1943 Sold 1946
PT-375 1943 Sold 1946   PT-381 1943 Sold 1946
PT-376 1943 Sold 1946   PT-382 1943 Sold 1946
PT-377 1943 Sold 1946   PT-383 1943 Sold 1946

PT-384 Class - VOSPER 70'
Built at Jacobs Shipyard, City Island, New York
Displacement: 33 tons /  Beam: 19' / Draft: 4'9"/  Speed: 41 knots/ three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500)
Armament: 2 21" torpedoes tubes, 20mm and .50 cal.
Complement: 12
PT-384 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-392 1944 Transferred to UK
PT-385 1944 Transferred to UK   PT-393 1944 Transferred to UK
PT-386 1944 Transferred to UK   PT-394 1944 Transferred to UK
PT-387 1944 Transferred to UK   PT-395 1944 Transferred to UK
PT-388 1943 Transferred to UK   PT-396 1944 Transferred to UK
PT-389 1944 Transferred to UK   PT-397 1944 Transferred to UK
PT-390 1944 Transferred to UK   PT-398 1944 Transferred to UK
PT-391 1944 Transferred to UK   PT-399 1944 Transferred to UK


70' Vosper boats built by Annapolis Yacht Yard at Annapolis, MD

PT-400 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-415 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-401 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-416 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-402 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-417 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-403 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-418 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-404 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-419 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-405 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-420 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-406 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-421 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-407 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-422 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-408 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-423 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-409 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-424 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-410 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-425 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-411 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-426 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-412 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-427 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-413 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-428 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-414 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-429 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR

70' Vosper boats built by Herreshoff Manufacturing at Bristol, RI
PT-430 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-440 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-431 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-441 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-432 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-442 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-433 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-443 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-434 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-444 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-435 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-445 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-436 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-446 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-437 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-447 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-438 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-448 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-439 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-449 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
 

HIGGINS
78'
Displacement: 43 tons / Beam: 19'11" / Draft: 5'3" / Speed: 41 knots / three Packard gasoline engines, triple screws; 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" Mk XIII torpedoes; 2 20mm; 1 40mm
Complement: 17
PT-450 1944 Sold 1948   PT-468 1944 Sold 1946
PT-451 1944 Sold 1948   PT-469 1944 Sold 1946
PT-452 1944 Sold 1948   PT-470 1944 Sold 1946
PT-453 1944 Sold 1946   PT-471 1944 Sold 1946
PT-454 1944 Sold 1946   PT-472 1944 Sold 1946
PT-455 1944 Sold 1946   PT-473 1944 Sold 1946
PT-456 1944 Sold 1948   PT-474 1944 Destroyed after war's end
PT-457 1944 Sold 1948   PT-475 1944 Sold 1946
PT-458 1944 Sold 1948   PT-476 1944 Sold 1946
PT-459 1944 Sold 1948   PT-477 1944 Destroyed after war's end
PT-460 1944 Sold 1948   PT-478 1944 Sold 1946
PT-461 1944 Sold 1948   PT-479 1944 Sold 1946
PT-462 1944 Sold 1946   PT-480 1944 Sold 1946
PT-463 1944 Sold 1946   PT-481 1944 Sold 1946
PT-464 1944 Sold 1946   PT-482 1944 Sold 1946
PT-463 1944 Sold 1946   PT-483 1944 Sold 1946
PT-463 1944 Sold 1946   PT-484 1944 Sold 1946
PT-463 1944 Sold 1946   PT-485 1944 Sold 1946
 

ELCO 80' Class, Series PT-486
(Built by ELCO at Bayonne, New Jersey)

Displacement: 38 tons / Beam: 23' / Draft: 5' / Speed: 41 knots
three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500); 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" XIII torpedoes; 1 20mm, 2x2 .50 cal mg
Complement: 17

PT-486 1943 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-525 1944 Sold 1946
PT-487 1944 Reclassified as Small Boat   PT-526 1944 Sold 1946
PT-488 1943 Sold 1946   PT-527 1944 Sold 1946
PT-489 1943 Sold 1946   PT-528 1944 Sold 1946
PT-490 1943 Sold 1946   PT-529 1944 Sold 1946
PT-491 1943 Sold 1946   PT-530 1944 Sold 1946
PT-492 1943 Sold 1946   PT-531 1944 Sold 1946
PT-493 1943 25 Oct 44, Japanese destroyer gunfire, Surigao PI   PT-532 1944 Sold 1946
PT-494 1943 Sold 1946   PT-533 1944 Sold 1946
PT-495 1943 Sold 1946   PT-534 1944 Sold 1946
PT-496 1943 Sold 1946   PT-535 1944 Sold 1946
PT-497 1943 Sold 1946   PT-536 1944 Sold 1946
PT-498 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-537 1944 Sold 1946
PT-499 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-538 1944 Sold 1946
PT-500 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-539 1944 Sold 1946
PT-501 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-540 1944 Sold 1946
PT-502 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-541 1944 Sold 1946
PT-503 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-542 1944 Sold 1946
PT-504 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-543 1944 Sold 1946
PT-505 1944 Sold 1946   PT-544 1944 Sold 1946
PT-506 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-545 1944 Sold 1946
PT-507 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-546 1943 Sold 1946
PT-508 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-547 1943 Sold 1946
PT-509 1944 9 Aug 44; rammed by boat, St. Malo   PT-548 1943 Sold 1946
PT-510 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-549 1943 Sold 1946
PT-511 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-550 1943 Sold 1946
PT-512 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-551 1943 Sold 1946
PT-513 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-552 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-514 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-553 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-515 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-554 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-516 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-555 1943 23 Aug 44, hit mine, Mediterranean
PT-517 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR, returned 1955   PT-556 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-518 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-557 1943 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-519 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-558 1943 Sold 1948
PT-520 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-559 1943 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-521 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-560 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-522 1944 Sold 1946   PT-561 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-523 1944 Sold 1946   PT-562 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-524 1944 Sold 1946   PT-563 1943 Lend-Lease to USSR
 


PT-564  Higgins Hellcat - Experimental Motor Torpedo Boat

Displacement: 40 tons / Length: 70' / Beam: 20' / Draft: 4'6" / Speed: 46 knots / three Packard (W-8) gasoline engines
Armament: 2-4 21" or 4 18" torpedo tubes
Complement: 10-11
Built at Higgins, New Orleans, commissioned September 2nd, 1943

 

ELCO 80' Class, Series PT-486 continued
(Built by ELCO at Bayonne, New Jersey)

Displacement: 38 tons / Beam: 23' / Draft: 5' / Speed: 41 knots
three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500); 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" XIII torpedoes; 1 20mm, 2x2 .50 cal mg
Complement: 17

PT-565 1944 Sold 1946   PT-595 1945 Sold 1946
PT-566 1944 Sold 1946   PT-596 1945 Sold 1946
PT-567 1944 Sold 1946   PT-597 1945 Sold 1946
PT-568 1944 Sold 1946   PT-598 1945 Sold 1946
PT-569 1944 Sold 1946   PT-599 1945 Sold 1946
PT-570 1944 Sold 1946   PT-600 1945 Sold 1946
PT-571 1945 Sold 1946   PT-601 1945 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-572 1945 Sold 1946   PT-602 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-573 1945 Sold 1946   PT-603 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-574 1945 Sold 1946   PT-604 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-575 1945 Sold 1946   PT-605 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-576 1945 Sold 1946   PT-606 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-577 1945 Sold 1946   PT-607 1945 Sold 1947
PT-578 1945 Sold 1946   PT-608 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-579 1945 Sold 1946   PT-609 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-580 1945 Sold 1946   PT-610 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-581 1945 Sold 1946   PT-611 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-582 1945 Sold 1946   PT-612 1945 Transferred to Norway
PT-583 1945 Sold 1946   PT-613 1945 Transferred to Korea
PT-584 1945 Sold 1946   PT-614 1945 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-585 1945 Sold 1946   PT-615 1945 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-586 1945 Sold 1946   PT-616 1945 Transferred to Korea
PT-587 1945 Sold 1946   PT-617 1945 Sold 1947
PT-588 1945 Sold 1946   PT-618 1945 Reclassified as Small Boat
PT-589 1945 Sold 1946   PT-619 1945 Transferred to Korea
PT-590 1945 Sold 1946   PT-620 1945 Transferred to Korea
PT-591 1945 Sold 1946   PT-621 1945 Sold 1947
PT-592 1945 Sold 1946   PT-622 1945 Sold 1947
PT-593 1945 Sold 1946   PT-623 1945 Cancelled
PT-594 1945 Sold 1946   PT-624 1945 Cancelled
 

HIGGINS
78'
Displacement: 43 tons / Beam: 19'11" / Draft: 5'3" / Speed: 41 knots / three Packard gasoline engines, triple screws; 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" Mk XIII torpedoes; 2 20mm; 1 40mm
Complement: 17
PT-625 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-643 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-626 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-644 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-627 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-645 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-628 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-646 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-629 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-647 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-630 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-648 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-631 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-649 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-632 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-650 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-633 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-651 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-634 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-652 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-635 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-653 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-636 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-654 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-637 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-655 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-638 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-656 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-639 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-657 1945 Sold 1946
PT-640 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-658 1945 Sold 1946
PT-641 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-659 1945 Sold 1946
PT-642 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-660 1945 Sold 1946
 

VOSPER 70'
Built built by Annapolis Yacht Yard at Annapolis, MD
Displacement: 33 tons /  Beam: 19' / Draft: 4'9"/  Speed: 41 knots/ three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500)
Armament: 2 21" torpedoes tubes, 20mm and .50 cal.
Complement: 12
PT-661 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-696 1945 Sold 1946
PT-662 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-697 1945 Sold 1946
PT-663 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-698 1945 Sold 1946
PT-664 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-699 1945 Sold 1946
PT-665 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-700 1945 Sold 1946
PT-666 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-701 1945 Sold 1946
PT-667 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-702 1945 Sold 1946
PT-668 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-703 1945 Sold 1946
PT-669 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-704 1945 Sold 1946
PT-670 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-705 1945 Sold 1946
PT-671 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-706 1945 Sold 1946
PT-672 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-707 1945 Sold 1946
PT-673 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-708 1945 Sold 1946
PT-674 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-709 1945 Sold 1946
PT-675 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-710 1945 Sold 1946
PT-676 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-711 1945 Sold 1946
PT-677 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-712 1945 Sold 1946
PT-678 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-713 1945 Sold 1946
PT-679 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-714 1945 Sold 1946
PT-680 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-715 1945 Transferred to Cuba
PT-681 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-716 1945 Transferred to Cuba
PT-682 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-717 1945 Sold 1947
PT-683 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-718 1945 Sold 1947
PT-684 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-719 1945 Sold 1947
PT-685 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-720 1945 Sold 1947
PT-686 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-721 1945 Sold 1947
PT-687 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-722 1945 Sold 1947
PT-688 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-723 1945 Sold 1948
PT-689 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-724 1945 Sold 1947
PT-690 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-725 1945 Sold 1947
PT-691 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-726 1945 Sold 1947
PT-692 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-727 1945 Sold 1947
PT-693 1945 Sold 1946   PT-728 1945 Sold 1947
PT-694 1945 Sold 1946   PT-729 1945 Sold 1945
PT-695 1945 Sold 1946   PT-730 1945 Sold 1945
 

ELCO 80' Class, Series PT-486 continued
(Built by ELCO at Bayonne, New Jersey)

Displacement: 38 tons / Beam: 23' / Draft: 5' / Speed: 41 knots
three 12-cylinder Packard gasoline engines (4M2500); 1,200 hp
Armament: 4 21" XIII torpedoes; 1 20mm, 2x2 .50 cal mg
Complement: 17

PT-731 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-746 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-732 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-747 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-733 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-748 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-734 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-749 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-735 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-750 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-736 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-751 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-737 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-752 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-738 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-753 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-739 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-754 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-740 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-755 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-741 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-756 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-742 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-757 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-743 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-758 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-744 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-759 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-745 1944 Lend-Lease to USSR   PT-760 1945 Lend-Lease to USSR
PT-761 to PT-790 CANCELLED        
 

HIGGINS
78'
PT-791       PT-794    
PT-792       PT-795    
PT-793       PT-796    
PT-797 to PT-800 CANCELLED        
             

NOTES:
PT-3 to PT-9 remained in Canada as air-sea rescue craft.
PT-49 to PT-58 became BPT-1 to BT-10 in 1941.
PT-59 to PT-68 were ordered as BPT-11 to BPT-20, became PT-59 to PT-68 in 1941.
PT-85 to PT-94 became RPT-1to RTP-10, not all transferred to USSR.
PT-197 and PT-198 became RPT-11 and RPT-12, were sent to UK rather than USSR.
PT-216 to Turkey 1947.
PT-201, PT-204, PT-207, PT-208, PT-209, PT-213 and PT-217 to Yugoslavia 1945. Yugoslavia built 96 similar boats in 1951-1960.
PT-385 with PT-387 in bulk sale to Egypt 1947.
PT-546 to PT-563 ordered as RPT-13 to RPT-30, redesignated 1943.
PT-813 to PT-822 were built in Denmark under MDAP for Royal Danish Navy but were not of U.S. design.

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