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BOATBUILDING said. “For example, additional electrical equipment is in- Machine-gun; two 20 mm Oerlikon deck mounts; Higgins stalled in a secured ammo locker below deck. This stor- PT boat operating and maintenance manuals; chart house age, which held over a thousand pounds of ammunition, navigational accessories; galley components, including a is ideal for today’s heavy electrical equipment, and its use bread toaster made by the former Toastwell in Missouri; and maintains the vessel’s original center of gravity.” modern navigational equipment. The project is also gather-
When the museum decided PT-305 would carry passen- ing PT boat photographs, albums, photos and movies.
gers someday, Masor began working with the Coast Guard The National WWII Museum conducts tours of PT-305 on vessel certi