WYTM FLEET

Originally designed in the 1930s, the WYTM's would fill a vital need for a light icebreaker to help keep domestic shipping lanes open during 
the winter months and bolster war production by keeping the coal shovel working. The WYTM's were Vanguards of domestic icebreaking

Apalachee ] Yankton ] Mohican ] Ojibwa ] Snohomish ] Chinook ] Navesink ] Mahoning ] Tuckahoe ] Calumet ] Kaw. ] Sauk ] Raritan ] Arundel ] Hudson ] Naugatuck ] Manitou ]

 


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Apalache W71

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Yankton W72

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Mohican W73

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Chinook W96

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OJIBWA W97

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SNOHOMISH W98


SAUK W99

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ARUNDEL W90

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MAHONING W91

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NAUGATUCK W92

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RARITAN W 93

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CALUMET W86

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HUDSON W87

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NAVESINK W88

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TUCKAHOE W89

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MANITOU W60

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KAW W61

     
 

The WYTM Association would like to thank Ed Anderson for his exhaustive research in compiling much of the information in this section of our website. Some of the old WYTM's seem to be lost to time and we hope to preserve their illustrious histories through pictures here. We also thank all the former WYTM Sailors who have  made a contribution to this historical record