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USS Cassin Young

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USS Cassin Young

146 Reviews
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Michael m wrote a review Sep 2020
Verona, New Jersey114 contributions21 helpful votes
The US destroyer Cassin built in 1943 was a great site to see all the guns and artillery onboard. We parked 10 minutes away and no entrance fee was great. The ship has history for the Pearl Harbor war with Japan
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Zsolt C wrote a review Jan 2020
67 contributions26 helpful votes
Those who love armoured new gen. cruisers and warships, should visit the retired USS Crassin Young in Boston harbor along USS Constitution, with friendly and prof.helpful vet.crew aboard.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Erikrapule wrote a review Oct 2019
Paris, France61 contributions11 helpful votes
You can get on and visit this destroyer for free. It served during the Second World War and during the Korean War. Life on board shouldn't have been very easy. Daily guided tours are available and free.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dawn H wrote a review Oct 2019
20 contributions2 helpful votes
It was easily accessible, roomy enough to walk around, and really neat to see... Look up and tee the turrets and the size of them! They have most of the ship open for viewing...including torpedo room,radio room..sick bay and mess hall/kitchen area. Tours are wondefrul as they explain the crew, destinations, and history
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Date of experience: October 2019
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1walking2 wrote a review Oct 2019
Norristown, Pennsylvania105 contributions9 helpful votes
This is a free exhibit and you can look around all the different functional parts of the ship. There is no specific tour, but there are staff members available to answer questions.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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