The USCG WTGB Fleet 

Originally designed in the late 70's, to replace the aging WYTM fleet, and carry on the tradition first begun by the WYTM's. Modern, 
and larger, WTGB's are the new Vanguards of domestic icebreaking.

Biscayne Bay ] Bristol Bay ] Mobile Bay ] Morro Bay ] Neah Bay ] Penobscot Bay ] Sturgeon Bay ] Thunder Bay ] Katmia Bay ]



BISCAYNE BAY

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BRISTOL BAY 

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KATMAI BAY 

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MOBILE BAY

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NEAH BAY
(WTGB 105)

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MORRO BAY 
(WTGB 106)

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PENOBSCOT BAY  
(WTGB 107)

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STURGEON BAY
 (WTGB 109)

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THUNDER BAY
(WTGB 108)

 

     

 

The WTGB Bay Class ships are the CG Cutters that continue the tradition of the 110's. We are researching these ships and will include 
them in our website and membership. It is the Bay Class Cutters and Sailors that will carry on the tradition started by the WYTM Association

 

Bay Class Home Port and Websites

BISCAYNE BAY   (WTGB 104)  St. Ignace, MI

BRISTOL BAY   (WTGB 102)  Detroit, MI

KATMAI BAY   (WTGB 101)  Sault Ste. Marie, MI

MOBILE BAY   (WTGB 103) Sturgeon Bay, WI

NEAH BAY  (WTGB 105)  Cleveland, OH

MORRO BAY  (WTGB 106) New London, CT

PENOBSCOT BAY  (WTGB 107)  Bayonne, NJ

STURGEON BAY   (WTGB 109)  Bayonne, NJ

THUNDER BAY   (WTGB 108)  Rockland, ME