USS Moccasin (ID-1322) was a United States Navy refrigerated cargo ship in commission from 1918-1919. She was the third ship to carry her name. Moccasin was built as the German commercial passenger-cargo ship SS Prinz Joachim in 1903 at Flensburg, Germany, by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft for the Hamburg America Line. When the United States entered World War I on the side of the Allied in April 1917, the United States Government seized her and placed her under the control of the United States Shipping Board for use during World War I. Renamed SS Moccasin, she entered service as an American civilian cargo ship. Late in 1917, the United States Army chartered her.

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  • Die 1903 fertiggestellte Prinz Joachim, benannt nach Joachim von Preußen, wurde als 7. und letztes Prinzenschiff für die Südamerika-Dienste der Hamburg-Amerikanischen Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (HAPAG), Hamburg, von der Flensburger Schiffsbau-Gesellschaft gebaut.Diese Werft lieferte zwei Dampfer, die den drei bei der Reiherstiegwerft und der AG Neptun gebauten Einschornsteinern Prinz Eitel Friedrich, Prinz Waldemar und Prinz Sigismund ähnelten. Daneben hatte die Gesellschaft noch die größeren Doppelschraubendampfer Prinz Adalbert und Prinz Oskar für die Südamerika-Dienste bauen lassen.1914 sollte die HAPAG durch Umbenennung zweier von der HSDG zu übernehmender Dampfer dann noch zwei weitere „Prinzen“ erhalten, die nach Ostasien zum Einsatz kommen sollten. (de)
  • USS Moccasin (ID-1322) was a United States Navy refrigerated cargo ship in commission from 1918-1919. She was the third ship to carry her name. Moccasin was built as the German commercial passenger-cargo ship SS Prinz Joachim in 1903 at Flensburg, Germany, by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft for the Hamburg America Line. When the United States entered World War I on the side of the Allied in April 1917, the United States Government seized her and placed her under the control of the United States Shipping Board for use during World War I. Renamed SS Moccasin, she entered service as an American civilian cargo ship. Late in 1917, the United States Army chartered her. The U.S. Navy acquired Moccasin at New York City on 19 February 1918 for World War I use as a refrigerated cargo ship. She was assigned the naval registry Identification Number (Id. No.) 1322 and commissioned as USS Moccasin on 26 February 1918. (en)
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  • 1918-02-26 (xsd:date)
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  • 1919-06-02 (xsd:date)
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  • Transferred toUnited States Shipping Board2 June 1919, Returned to commercial service
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  • Moccasin, a soft leather shoe or boot of Algonquian origin
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  • In commercial service as German passenger-cargo ship SS Prinz Joachim 1903-1917 and as American cargo ship SS Moccasin 1917-1918 and from 1919; later renamed SS Porto Rico
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  • Die 1903 fertiggestellte Prinz Joachim, benannt nach Joachim von Preußen, wurde als 7. und letztes Prinzenschiff für die Südamerika-Dienste der Hamburg-Amerikanischen Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (HAPAG), Hamburg, von der Flensburger Schiffsbau-Gesellschaft gebaut.Diese Werft lieferte zwei Dampfer, die den drei bei der Reiherstiegwerft und der AG Neptun gebauten Einschornsteinern Prinz Eitel Friedrich, Prinz Waldemar und Prinz Sigismund ähnelten. (de)
  • USS Moccasin (ID-1322) was a United States Navy refrigerated cargo ship in commission from 1918-1919. She was the third ship to carry her name. Moccasin was built as the German commercial passenger-cargo ship SS Prinz Joachim in 1903 at Flensburg, Germany, by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft for the Hamburg America Line. When the United States entered World War I on the side of the Allied in April 1917, the United States Government seized her and placed her under the control of the United States Shipping Board for use during World War I. Renamed SS Moccasin, she entered service as an American civilian cargo ship. Late in 1917, the United States Army chartered her. (en)
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  • Prinz Joachim (de)
  • USS Moccasin (ID-1322) (en)
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