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Fratelli Lavarello / Società di Navigazione a Vapore Fratelli Lavarello

Formed in 1887 by Pietro and Enrico Lavarello, sons of the late G. B. Lavarello to run passenger services from Genoa to South American ports. By 1891 the company was in financial difficulties and was put into liquidation. The surviving ships were taken over by La Veloce.

Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. The following list was extracted from various sources. This is not an all inclusive list but should only be used as a guide. If you would like to know more about a vessel, visit the Ship Descriptions (onsite) or Immigrant Ship web site.

  • Routes:
    • Genoa - Rio de Janeiro - Santos - Montevideo - Buenos Aires - Rosario
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Adelaide Lavarello 1889 1891 taken over by La Veloce renamed Rio Janeiro, 1899 sold to SGTM, France renamed Alsace, 1923 scrapped. 1,916
Aquila 1889 1891 sold to Chilean Government as transport ship, 1905 sold to Ecuador Navy as auxiliary cruiser. 2,627
Citta di Genova 1889 1891 taken over by La Veloce, 1898 sold to SGTM, France renamed Savoie, 1927 scrapped. 1,936
Citta di Napoli 1869 ex- Silesia (Hapag), 1887 renamed Pacifica for H. F. Swan, Newcastle, 1888 renamed Citta di Napoli for Gazzo & Schiaffino, 1889 purchased by Lavarello, 1891 taken over by La Veloce renamed Montevideo, 2nd Dec. 1899 wrecked River Plate. 3,142
Citta di Venezia 1890 1891 sold to Rotterdam Lloyd renamed Spartan, 1896 sold to Chilean Government renamed Angamos, 1913 scrapped. 3,794
Giovanni Battista Lavarello 1886 1891 taken over by La Veloce renamed Las Palmas, 1905 sold to Navigazione Generale Italiana renamed Jonio, 1915 torpedoed and sunk off Algeria. 1,861
Mentana 1868 ex- Westphalia (Hapag), 1888 renamed Provincia di Sao Paulo for Gazzo & Schiaffino,1889 purchased renamed Mentana, 1891 taken over by La Veloce renamed Sud America, 1901 scrapped. 3,158
Rosario 1887 1891 taken over by La Veloce, 1898 sold to Cie de Nav. Mixte, Marseille renamed Djurjura, 1915 sunk in collision. 1,957

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