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Superstructure of the 82-foot cutter Point Doran (WPB-82375) stationed in the  Port of Everett, Wash.
230310-G-G0000-110.JPG Photo By: PA2 SARAH FOSTER-SNELL

Aboard a CG cutter - Port of Everett, Wash. (June 3 2000) -- Superstructure of the 82-foot cutter Point Doran (WPB-82375) stationed in the Port of Everett, Wash. The Point Doran was built in the Coast Guard Shipyard in Curtis Bay, Md., at a cost of $500,000 and was commissioned on June 1, 1970. Though these durable cutters continue to prove themselves efficient and seaworthy vessel, they are now being replaced by the newly designed 87-ft. coastal patrol boats, the Marine Protector Class. USCG photo by PA2 Sarah Foster-Snell


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