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Historical Places of Key West

INGHAM's History 

Courtesy of the Coast Guard Historian's Office

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter SAMUEL D. INGHAM (Builder's No. CG-66) was built at the Philadelphia Navy Yard and was the fourth cutter to bear that name. The Treasury Department awarded her contract on 30 January 1934. Her keel was laid on 1 May 1935 and she was launched on 3 June 1936 along with her sister Treasury-class cutters WILLIAM J. DUANE and ROGER B. TANEY. The SAMUEL D. INGHAM was christened by Ms. Katherine INGHAM Brush on that date and the new cutter was formally commissioned on 12 September 1936.


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"Sunset on the INGHAM"


Join us from 5pm-7pm on the historic USCGC INGHAM. 


Relax and enjoy our famous sunsets Dockside, from the deck of the USCGC INGHAM.


Our 2019 Grand Tasting will showcase a selection of finer wines

presented by our local distributors.


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Coconut Poached Key West Pink Shrimp on Tostada with Spicy Marinated Onions Sunset Conch Ceviche Shots
Island Spice Chicken Skewers with Pineapple Salsa
Bacon wrapped Plantains with Key West Pepper Sauce
Grilled Swordfish Skewers with Coconut, Key Lime, & Green Chile Sauce 

Chef Jenz Fabulosa Imported Cheese, Fruit, & Cracker Table 

Pasta Station
Sundried Tomato Pesto Sauce Roasted Garlic Herb Cream Sauce Penne/Fettucine Yummy Vegetables & Cheeses


Presented by Small Chef at Large Catering


Entertainment provided by Libby York

“…A JAZZ SINGER OF COOL COMPOSURE AND ARTFUL SUBTLETY…” NATE CHINEN, NEW YORK TIMES

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"Sunset on the INGHAM"

5:00pm - 7:00pm 

USCGC INGHAM Museum

Located at the end of Southard Street, Truman Waterfront Park 


$135.00 per person

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