128-foot Lightship

Built in 1950

Based at Jack London Square, Oakland

This 128-foot lightship served on the east coast starting in 1951, and later on the west coast as a relief ship. One of the last lightships to serve on the West Coast, Relief operated until 1975. Now open as a museum at Jack London Square.

The Lightship Relief and FDR's Former Yacht Potomoc
The Lightship Relief and FDR’s Former Yacht Potomoc | Photographer: Michael Slater / BoatingSF
Close up of Ligthship Relief
Close up of Ligthship Relief | Photographer: Michael Slater / BoatingSF
Sideview of Lightship Relief
Sideview of Lightship Relief | Photographer: Michael Slater / BoatingSF
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