Yard Patrol Boat Models

$1,095.00
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Example photo model shown with optional "weathering" paint scheme.

Yard Patrol craft are used by the United States Navy for training and for research purposes. They are designated as YP in the Hull classification symbol system.


General Characteristics, YP 654 class (YP 663)
    Primary Function: Training.
    Builder: Stephens Bros., Inc. (YP 665: Elizabeth City Systems).
    Propulsion: Two 6-71N Detroit diesel engines 165 shaft horsepower each @ 1800 rpm, 2 propellers.
    Length: Overall: 81 ft, 24 meters; Waterline Length: 77 ft, 23.47 meters.
    Beam: 18 ft, 5.5 meters.
    Displacement: 66 tons full load, 67 metric tons; Dead Weight: 11 tons, 11.5 metric tons.
    Draft: 6 ft, 1.8 meters.
    Speed: 12 knots (22 km/h), 19.6 km/h.
    Range: 1800 nm, 3300 km.
    Hull Material: Wood hull, aluminum superstructure.
    Crew: Officers: 2 Enlisted: 8; Safe capacity: 50 people.

General Characteristics, YP 676 and YP 696 classes
    Primary Function: Training.
    Builder: Peterson Builders (YP 676 through 682) and Marinette Marine (YP 683 through 700). Differences between the YP 676 class and the YP 696 class are only minor configuration changes.[5]
    Propulsion: 12V-71N Detroit diesel engines, 2 propellers, horsepower rating 437 shaft horsepower @ 2,100 rpm.
    Length: Overall: 108 feet (32.9 m); Waterline Length: 102 feet (31.1 m).
    Beam: 24 feet (7.3 m).
    Draft: 8 feet (2.5 m).
    Speed: 12 knots (19.6 km/h).
    Range: 1800 nautical miles (3300 km).
    Hull Material: Wood hull, aluminum superstructure.
    Crew: Officers: 2 Enlisted: 4; Safe Capacity: 50 people.
    Ships:

        (T/V Liberator (YP 679)), United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY (USMMA)
        (YP 680-692), United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (USNA)
        (YP 685), decommissioned sold at auction
        (YP 694), United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (USNA)
        (YP 695), United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (USNA)
        (YP 696), Decommissioned
        (YP 697), Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport, WA
        (YP 698), United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (USNA)
        (YP 700), United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (USNA)
        (YP 701), Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport, WA
        (YP 702), Decommissioned

General Characteristics, YP 703 class
YP704 on East River, NY

    Primary Function: Training
    Builder: C&G Boat Works Inc. (YP 703 through YP 708)
    Propulsion: 2x600 bhp (2x448kW) Cat C-18 diesel engines @ 1,800 rpm, 2 fixed pitch propellers.
    Length: Overall: 116 feet (35.5 m); Waterline Length: 109 feet (33.2 m).
    Beam: 27.9 feet (8.51 m).
    Displacement: 227.6 Metric Tonnes (223.9 long tons)
    Draft: 7.87 feet (2.40 m).
    Speed: 12.6 knots (23.3 kilometers per hour).
    Range: 1,882 nautical miles (3,485.5 kilometers).
    Hull Material: Welded steel, mono-hull construction.
    Crew: Officers: 4 Crew: 6 Midshipmen: 30.
    Ships:

        (YP 703-708), United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (USNA)

Any service era or vessel configuration - We can build a model of them all - your pick.

We offer our Yard Patrol Boat Models in several popular size/scale offerings for easy ordering and selection.  However, if you would like your model made in a size other than those sizes listed, please contact us with your request. Custom orders are our specialty!

Our models are made-to-order, meaning that we do not stock any pre-made models.  Only when a customer tells us the size and/or scale desired do we build the model. Each model is exquisitely crafted by our master model builders and comes fully assembled with a solid hull - hand carved from kiln-dried mahogany.  Other parts are made from a variety of woods, putty, resin and metals. Every model includes pedestals, a polished mahogany base board, and a name plate.  Options include keel block mounting, waterline models, ships seals and ribbons, and weathering paint schemes.

The model build time is generally 16-20 weeks from receipt of the order and deposit. The normal procedure is a 50% deposit with the commissioning, with the balance due prior to shipping.  Note that prior to shipping, we take a series of photos of the model and send them to you for final review and approval – so you know exactly what your model will look like and allow for any necessary modifications. Once you have approved your model, we’ll collect the final balance and she will be shipped in a robust shipping crate and insured for your protection.

We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: In the unlikely event you are not completely satisfied with your model and wish to return it, notify us within 7 days of the model delivery and we will issue a refund or exchange.

FREE SHIPPING in the USA - Note that our model prices include shipping and insurance within the USA.

Shipping costs outside the USA will depend on the model size ordered and shipping destination. You will be responsible for any applicable taxes or duties, based on the commercial invoice value for the model.

Add a museum-like touch to your model display - Consider our protective display case option. Keep fingers and dust away - forever!   Please visit our Display Case page to see our selection.


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