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USAT Cuba was the passenger ship Cuba of the Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company built by William Cramp & Sons Shipbuilding Company, Philadelphia in 1920 and placed into operation in 1921 for scheduled passenger and freight service between Tampa, Key West and Havana.
|Owner||Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company|
|Route||Commercial: Tampa, Key West, Havana|
|Builder||William Cramp & Sons Shipbuilding Company|
|Launched||11 December 1920|
|Homeport||New Haven, Connecticut (Commercial)|
|Fate||Scrapped in 1962|
|Beam||47 ft 2 in (14.4 m)|
|Draft||17 ft (5.2 m)|
|Depth||18 ft (5.5 m)|
|Range||3,500 nmi (4,000 mi; 6,500 km)|
The ship maintained regular service over twenty years until delivered to the United States War Shipping Administration (WSA) on 19 February 1942. It was operated by the line under a standard WSA agreement until placed under bareboat charter to the Army for operation as USAT Cuba until returned to WSA and again briefly operated by Peninsular & Occidental for WSA 31 July 1946 through 20 December 1946 when returned to the company. The ship was sold to an Italian company in June 1947 to be renamed Pace and then Sassari until scrapped in 1962.
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