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One of the oldest shipbuilding enterprises of the US Navy. Founded in 1801, July 1, 1974, ceased to function as a naval facility and is part of the Historic Park of Boston. On the territory of the shipyard there is the ship USS Constitution, as well as the ship-museum DD-793 Cassin Young. The first shipbuilding facilities in the Charleston area were laid during the war of independence. In 1800, the territory was acquired by the US government, and the following year a shipyard was founded here. In the 1890s, the shipyard launched the serial construction of steel ships for the American “new fleet”. During World War II, damaged British ships were repaired here. After the Vietnam War, the shipyard was closed. Projects were being developed to restructure the shipyard for the construction of tankers, but these projects were not implemented, and the shipyard became part of the Historic Park of Boston.

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