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This was to be their new Elco 80-foot design. The Elco Naval Division boats were the longest of the three types of PT boats built for the Navy used during World War II. By war's end, more of the Elco 80 ft (24 m) boats were built (326 in all) than any other type of motor torpedo boat.What happened to the last Elco boat?
The Last Surviving Elco Boat: PT-617 PT Boat 617 on display at the private non-profit Battleship Cove in Fall River, Massachusetts. Photo from NPS Maritime Heritage Program collection Completed and launched in the summer of 1945 by Elco, PT- 617 was assigned to Patrol Torpedo Squadron 42.What is the pitch and diameter of an Elco propeller?
The following pitch and diameter information is based on PT historian Andy Small's research. His research shows that Elco 80' boats were equipped with 28" diameter propellers until PT 613 (direct drive boats) which used 29" diameter propellers. Pitch = inches traveled per revolution (with no slip) and relates to the blades angle to the hub.How did Elco patrol boats help WW1?
Fairly bristling with weaponry, Elco patrol boats provided fire support for troop landings, laid and destroyed mines, carried out rescues, disrupted supply lines and even accounted for a few large enemy ships. (Illustration by Gregory Proch)