Virginia II, 1926
A state of the eastern United States on Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It was admitted as one of the original Thirteen Colonies in 1788. Early colonizing attempts (1584–1587) by Sir Walter Raleigh failed, but in 1607 colonists dispatched by the London Company established the first permanent settlement at Jamestown (May 13). Virginia was a prime force in the move for independence and was the site of Lord Cornwallis's surrender in 1781.
History:The Virginia II was a seized rum-runner. She was commissioned on 17 March 1926. She was built at Bellingham, Washington. She was 58-feet 2-inches in length with a 13-feet 9-inch beam and drew 6-feet 7-inches. She was decommissioned on 31 December 1931 and sold.
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