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The Fleets

Lloyd Triestino / Società di Navigazione Lloyd Triestino / Società Anonima di Navigazione Lloyd Triestino / (from 1936) Lloyd Triestino di Navigazione SpA

Lloyd Triestino was formed in 1919 as the successor to Lloyd Austriaco following the incorporation of Trieste into the Kingdom of Italy on January 3rd 1919.
At the end of World War I the Lloyd Triestino fleet – which before the war was composed of 62 ships totalling 236,000 - underwent a drastic reduction with the outbreak of the First World War. By 1930, the company had recovered its potentialities and could count on 45 vessels operating 14 lines on 19 sea routes linking the Mediterranean with India, the Far East and Africa.
But the real strengthening of the fleet began in 1936, the Company’s centenary, when, with the reform of the merchant navy and the creation of four shipping companies controlled by the Finmare Institution, Lloyd Triestino began to operate with 75 ships and 17 services in the Asian, African and Oceania markets.

Services to the Far East and Australia were reorganised in the 1960s when two new passenger vessels, the Galileo Galilei and the Guglielmo Marconi, were put into service.
The 1970s saw a revolution in shipping with containers taking the place of bulk transport and passenger sea lines gradually being replaced by airlines. Lloyd Triestino was a pioneer in the containerization on the Europe-to-Africa, Asia and Australia trade lanes. These were the times of new strategic alliances with the main international shipping companies.
By the late 1980s, the time had come to renew the company fleet again by putting more high-tech vessels with greater capacity into service.

In 1993, Lloyd Triestino started a positive and ever-growing cooperation with the Taiwanese Evergreen Marine Corporation by commencing the MEDWAY service, which – changing its name in 1997 into FEM service - still represents the most important container service between the Mediterranean and the Far East.
Five years later, under a privatisation scheme, Lloyd Triestino passed from Finmare to Balsam Estate, thereby entering the Evergreen Group family. This perfect combination – of Italian tradition and Taiwanese organisation – marked the beginning of an era of service quality and quantity never before seen in Lloyd Triestino’s history.
Soon after joining the Evergreen Group in 1998, Lloyd Triestino began in 1999 a direct weekly service between Europe and China, which the company has been serving since 1880. The recent service calls – other than Hong Kong – deliver goods at the following Chinese ports with very competitive transit times: Shanghai, Ningbo, Yantian.
Lloyd Triestino has further continued to expand its service network by successfully re-entering the trade lanes between the Far East and Europe to North America, serving both Canada and the US East and West Coasts. Meanwhile the fleet is being re-tonnaged with new, faster and larger vessels, to be deployed especially on the Europe-to-China and the transpacific routes.

The dawn of the new millennium saw the launch of three new “U Type” container vessels, LT Usodimare, LT Unica and LT Universo. With a length of 285 metres and a capacity of 5,652 TEUS, these container ships were and still are the biggest in the Italian shipping community.
More capacious, faster and better suited to Lloyd Triestino’s future challenges, these vessels significantly boosted the company’s profile in the industry and have proved themselves to be an incisive presence in even the most competitive markets.
Exponential growth in cargo volumes has been accompanied by the restoration and development of Lloyd Triestino’s extensive network of routes, services and agencies.
Today, the company is present on five continents connected with its 22 services, giving it local access to all of its customers. This invaluable reach makes Lloyd Triestino an undisputed front-runner in the evolution of shipping.
Lloyd Triestino’s connections with East Asia are complemented by transpacific services that cover the US West Coast and Canada and, through the Panama Canal, the US East Coast. These comprehensive networks open up a variety of opportunities in strategic markets in the New World.
Lloyd Triestino also links the Mediterranean with the great ports of Northern Europe through a direct weekly service.

In 2003, Lloyd Triestino made its debut on the transatlantic routes. Traditional connections such as those between Australia and South-East Asia and between Northern Europe and South Africa, also continue.
On March 1st 2006, the company name Lloyd Triestino, changed to Italia Marittima S.P.A.

Many thanks to Ted Finch for his assistance in collecting this data. Special thanks to Mario Ombra, of Lloyd Triestino, for providing company history and information of additional ships in the Fleet.
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:

  • precise route dates unkown —
  • Trieste, Venice, Fiume, Patras, Calamata, Piraeus, Volo, Salonica, Cavalla, Dedeagatch, Constantinople, Samsun, Trebizond, Batum.
  • Trieste, Venice, Fiume, Bari, Brindisi, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria, Port Said, Jaffa, Haifa, Beirut, Tripoli, Alexandretta, Mersina, Larnaca, Limassol.
  • Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Port Said, Suez, Massowah, Aden, Colombo, Penang, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kobe, Yokohama.
  • Genoa, Marseilles, Gibraltar, Dakar, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban.
  • Genoa, Naples, Messina, Port Said, Suez, Aden, Colombo, Djakarta, Fremantle, Melbourne, Sydney
  • Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Port Said, Suez, Massawa, Aden, Mogadishu, Mombasa, Dar-es-Salaam, Beira, Durban, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London
  • Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Port Said, Suez, Aden, Karachi, Bombay, Djakarta, Singapore, Hong Kong
  • Genoa, Naples, Messina, Malta, Tenerife, Cape Town, Fremantle, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Suva, Tahiti, Acapulco, Balboa, Cristobal, Curaçao, Lisbon, Malaga, Malta, Piraeus, Messina, Napoli, Genoa
MOWT = Ministry of War Transport, London
MSC = Mediterranean Shipping Company
   

Funnel:
1919-xxxx Light buff with navy top, narrow navy band
2004 — Light buff with navy top, narrow navy band with stylized L T

Fleet:

  1919-xxxx 2004-
Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Abbazia 1912 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1937 transferred to Adriatica S.A. di Nav, Venice. 3,819
Adria 1914 1924 transferred from Adria S.A. di Nav.Marittima, Fiume, 1935 renamed Pilsna (2), 1936 reverted to Adria, 1941 captured by HMS CERES, 1943 base ship at Bombay and renamed Gombroon. 3,809
Adria 1981 1986 sold to Tirrenia di Nav., Naples. 7,442
Adua 1922 1937 transferred from Flotte Riunite Florio-Citra, Genoa, 1941 scuttled at Massawa. 3,540
Africa (1) 1903 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1929 scrapped. 4,720
Africa (2) 1952 1976 laid up and renamed Protea, 1980 scrapped. 11,427
Africa (3) 1977 1992 sold to MSC. 27,836
Alberto Treves 1917 1937 transferred from Soc. Veneziana di Nav., Venice, 1940 renamed Romolo Gessi, 1941 scuttled at Massawa. 5,155
Almissa 1893 built as Trieste for Lloyd Austriaco, 1896 renamed Stephanie, Lloyd Austriaco, 1898 renamed Almissa, Lloyd Austriaco. 1919 transferred to L.T. from Lloyd Austriaco, 1924 sold to Soc. Anon di Nav. Puglia, Bari. 1928 scrapped. 883
Amazzonia   see Innsbruck.  
Amerigo Vespucci 1942 ex- Giuseppe Majorana, 1944 scuttled by Germans at Genoa, 1947 salvaged and renamed Amerigo Vespucci. 1963 transferred from Italia Line, converted to cargo ship, 1978 scrapped. 7,022
Anfora 1922 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1940 laid up, 1943 burnt by crew to avoid capture. 5,794
Antoniotto Usodimare 1942 ex- Vittorio Moccagatta, 1944 seized by Germans, bombed and sunk at Spezia, 1946 salvaged renamed Antoniotto Usodimare. 1963 transferred from Italia Line, converted to cargo ship, 1978 scrapped. 6,895
Apulia 1981 1986 sold to Tirrenia di Nav., Naples. 6,987
Aquileia   see Innsbruck.  
Aquileja 1914 ex- Prins der Nederlanden, 1935 purchased from Netherlands S.S. Co. renamed Aquileja, 1940 Hospital ship, 1943 seized by Germans and burned at Marseilles, 1944 scuttled as blockship. 9,322
Arabia 1926 1932 transferred from Soc. Marittima Italiana, Genoa, 1941 scuttled at Massawa, 1942 refloated, renamed Arabia II, MOWT, London, 1943 wrecked in Red Sea. 7,025
Arno   see Cesarea.  
Asia (1) 1904 ex- Huntspill, 1921 transferred from British Government renamed Asia, 1933 scrapped. 5,325
Asia (2) 1953 1975 sold to Lebanon renamed Persia and rebuilt as livestock carrier. 11,695
Ausonia 1928 1932 transferred from Soc. Italiana di Marittimi, Genoa, not renamed, 18th Oct.1935 caught fire following an explosion at Alexandria and beached, towed to Pola and scrapped. 12,995
Australia 1951 1963 transferred to Italia Line renamed Donizetti. 13,140
Austria 1901 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1919 French Government requisition, 1921 returned to Lloyd Triestino renamed Romolo, 1922 renamed Venezia, 1925 renamed Venezia L, 1932 scrapped. 7,588
Aventino   see Baron Beck.
 
Baron Beck 1907 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Aventino, 1931 sold to Adriatica S.A., Venice (?). 1937 sold to Tirrenia Soc. Anon Di Nav., Naples. 3,891
Baron Bruck 1913 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Palatino, 1926 transferred to Soc. Anon di Nav. San Marco, Venice. 1,965
Baron Call 1904 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1922 renamed Quirinale (1), 1930 scrapped. 3,104
Brenta 1920 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1941 scuttled at Massawa. 5,400
Brioni 1909 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 sold to Soc. di Nav. a Vap. Puglia, Bari. 1,111
Bruenn 1908 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Celio, 1937 sold to Adriatica S.A. di Nav, Venice. 3,870
Bucovina 1902 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1931 scrapped. 2,836
Bulgaria   see Graz.  
Buona Speranza 1976 1986 sold to Adriatica di Navigazione SpA. 2,651
Caboto 1919 1937 transferred from Soc. Veneziana di Nav., Venice, 1941 scuttled at Bandar Shapour, refloated and renamed Empire Kohinoor, MOWT, London, 1943 torpedoed and sunk. 5,228
Caffaro 1924 1937 transferred from Flotte Riunite Florio-Citra, Genoa, 1941 bombed and sunk by Allies. 6,476
Calabria 1922 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1940 seized by Britain, MOWT, London, 1940 torpedoed and sunk 9,476
California 1920 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1940 Italian Navy hospital ship, 1941 torpedoed and beached - total loss. 12,768
Campidoglio (1)   see Karlsbad.  
Campidoglio (2)   see Leopolis.
 
Campidoglio (3)   see Gastein.  
Carignano 1918 1934 transferred from Italia Line, 1942 chartered to Japanese Government renamed Teiyu Maru, 1944 bombed and sunk by US forces in Manila Bay. 5,272
Carinthia 1900 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1928 scrapped. 2,812
Carlo del Greco 1941 1941 torpedoed and sunk by HMS UPRIGHT. 6,837
Carlo Poma 1892 1919 transferred from Italian Government, 1921 sold to Soc. Italiana di Armamento e Nav, Rome renamed Isotta. 4,369
Carnaro 1913 1925 transferred from Adria S.A. di Nav.Marittima, Fiume, 1938 wrecked 100 miles south from Port Sudan. 3,526
Carnia 1923 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1941 torpedoed and sunk by Greek submarine TRITON. 5,794
Carniolia 1900 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1928 sold to Bulgaria renamed Bourgas. 2,812
Carso 1923 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1941 scuttled at Kisimayo, refloated and 1943 renamed Empire Tana, MOWT, London, 1944 scuttled at Normandy beachhead. 6,275
Casaregis 1924 1937 transferred from Flotte Riunite Florio-Citra, Genoa, 1941 torpedoed and sunk by Allies. 6,485
Celio   see Bruenn.  
Cesarea 1912 ex- Fort St. George, 1935 purchased from Bermuda & West Indies S.S. Co. renamed Cesarea, 1938 renamed Arno, 1940 Italian Navy hospital ship, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by British aircraft. 7,785
Cherca 1920 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1948 stranded and broke in two near Las Palmas. 5,400
Cilicia   see Maria Valerie.  
Cleopatra 1895 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1928 scrapped. 4,070
Colombo 1917 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1941 scuttled at Massawa. 10,917
Conte Biancamano 1925 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1941 seized by USA renamed Hermitage, U.S. Navy, 1947 returned to owners, reverted to Conte Biancamano, 1960 scrapped. 24,416
Conte Grande 1928 1960 chartered from Italia Line for one voyage, 1961 scrapped. 23,842
Conte Rosso 1922 1934 transferred from Italia Line, 1941 torpedoed and sunk by HMS UPHOLDER in Mediterranean while trooping; loss of 1,212 lives. 17,048
Conte Verde 1923 1934 transferred from Italia Line, 1940 scuttled at Shanghai, 1944 refloated by Japanese renamed Kotobuki Maru, 1944 sunk by US air attack. 18,765
Cortellazzo 1931 1937 transferred from Soc. Veneziana di Nav., Venice, 1942 scuttled off Cape Finisterre to avoid capture. 5,292
Cracovia 1920 1934 renamed Gerusalemme, 1943 seized by Britain and used as hospital ship, 1946 returned to Italy, 1952 scrapped. 8,052
Dalmatia 1903 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1925 renamed Dalmatia L, 1940 sold to Adriatica Soc. per Azioni di Nav., Venice. 3,104
Dalmatia L   see Dalmatia.  
Dandolo 1921 1937 transferred from Soc. Veneziana di Nav., Venice, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by British aircraft. 5,084
Diana 1923 1925 transferred from Soc. Ligure di Armamento, Genoa, 1937 transferred to S.A. di Nav., Trieste. 3,420
Duchessa D'Aosta 1921 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1940 captured by Allies, 1943 renamed Empire Yukon, MOWT, London. 7,713
Duilio 1923 1933 chartered from Italia Line, 1936 transferred from Italia line, 1942 chartered to International Red Cross, Geneva, 1944 sunk by Allied air attack. 23,635
Edda 1924 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by HMS UNBROKEN and aircraft. 6,107
Eridania   see Innsbruck.  
Esquilino 1925 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1940 captured by Britain renamed Empire Governor, 1946 scrapped. 8,657
Europa (1) 1952 1976 sold to Saudia Arabia renamed Blue Sea, caught fire and sank off Jeddah. 11,440
Europa (2) 1978 1992 sold to MSC. 27,839
Fabio Filzi 1940 1941 torpedoed and sunk by HMS UPRIGHT. 6,836
Fiume-L 1899 ex- Erzherzog Franz Ferdinand (Lloyd Austriaco), 1914-1922 British Government requisition, 1922 returned to Lloyd Triestino renamed Fiume-L, 1931 scrapped. 6,044
Francesco Crispi 1925 1937 transferred from Flotte Riunite Florio-Citra, Genoa, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by HMS SARACEN. 7,600
Friuli   see Prinz Hohenlohe.  
Fusijama 1929 1943 seized by Germans, 1944 sunk as blockship in River Gironde. 6,244
Gablonz 1912 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Tevere, 1943 scuttled at Tripoli after mine damage. 8,448
Galicia 1902 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1932 scrapped. 2,836
Galilea   see Pilsna.  
Galileo Galilei 1963 1977 converted for cruising, 1983 sold to Chandris Line. (picture) 27,888
Gastein 1910 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1935 renamed Campidoglio (3), 1937 transferred to Adriatica S.A. di Nav., Venice. 3,817
Genova   see Hungaria.  
Gerusalemme   see Cracovia.  
Gianicolo 1900 ex- Styria, (Lloyd Austriaco), 1923 transferred from Italian Government renamed Gianicolo, 1934 scrapped. 2,771
Gino Allegri 1941 1942 torpedoed and sunk by HMS TAKU and HMS PROTEUS. 6,836
Giulio Cesare 1922 1934 chartered from Italia Line, 1936 transferred from Italia Line, 1942 chartered to International Red Cross, Geneva, 1944 sunk by Allied air attack. 21,900
Giuseppi Mazzini 1926 1937 transferred from Flotte Riunite Florio-Citra, Genoa,1941 bombed and sunk. 7,453
Gorizia 1902 ex- Salzburg (Lloyd Austriaco), 1923 transferred from Italian Government renamed Gorizia, 1931 scrapped. 3,226
Gradisca 1913 ex- Gelria, 1935 purchased from Royal Holland Lloyd, renamed Gradisca, 1940 Italian Navy hospital ship, 1943 seized by Germans, 1944 captured by HMS KIMBERLEY, 1945 returned to owners, 1946 aground and damaged, laid up and 1950 scrapped. 13,868
Graz 1908 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1932 renamed Bulgaria, 1934 sold to Turkey renamed Guneysu. 3,850
Guglielmo Marconi 1963 1976 transferred to Italia Line. 27,905
Habsburg 1895 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1920 renamed Remo, 1926 renamed Teodora, 1929 scrapped. 4,014
Helouan 1912 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1937 burned and sank at Naples. 7,367
Himalaya 1929 1943 seized by Germans, 1944 sunk as blockship in River Gironde. 6,240
Hungaria 1916 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1923 renamed Genova, 1924 transferred to Soc. Marittima Italiana, Trieste, 1931 returned to Lloyd Triestino, 1933 renamed Urania, 1941 scuttled at Dalac Island after bomb damage. 7,077
India 1926 1932 transferred from Soc. Marittima Italiana, Genoa, 1941 scuttled at Assab. 6,367
Innsbruck 1916 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Aquileia, 1924 transferred to Soc. Marittima Italiana, Trieste, 1931 returned to Lloyd Triestino, 1933 renamed Amazzonia, 1935 renamed Palestina, 1936 transferred to Adriatica S.A. di Nav., Venice, 1940 returned to Lloyd Triestino renamed Eridania, 1943 seized by Germany, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by Polish submarine. 7,077
Isonzo 1921 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1940 laid up in Rio de Janeiro, 1944 resumed service, 1959 scrapped. 5,441
Italia 1905 1931 transferred from Soc. Italiana di Servizi Marittimi, Naples, 1943 seized by Germans, 1944 sunk in Allied air attack. 5,018
Julia 1981 1986 sold to Tirrenia di Nav., Naples. 6,226
Karlsbad 1909 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Campidoglio (1), 1931 wrecked near Bourgas. 3,819
Laguna 1913 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera-Tristina, Venice, 1939 sold to Azienda Carboni Italiana, Trieste renamed Valdivagna. 5,417
Leonardo da Vinci 1925 1937 transferred from Flotte Riunite Florio-Citra, Genoa, 1941 captured by HMS SHROPSHIRE, 1943 renamed Empire Clyde, MOWT, London. 7,432
Leopolis 1909 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1932 renamed Campidoglio (2), 1934 sold to Turkey renamed Aksu. 3,905
Liguria 1918 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1941 scuttled and capsized at Tobruk. 13,967
Lloydiana 1973 1992 sold to MSC. 28,688
Lombardia 1920 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1943 scuttled by Germans at Naples. 20,200
LT Bianca 1983 In service 13,420
LT Garland 1988 In service 46,388
LT Glamour 1987 In service 46,388
LT Going 1985 In service 37,479
LT Grace 1984 In service 37,479
LT Greet 1984 In service 37,479
LT Unica 2001 In service 68,888
LT Universo 2001 In service 68,888
LT Usodimare 2000 In service 68,888
LT Verde 1984 In service 10,668
Maiella 1913 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera-Tristina, Venice, 1939 sold to Giuseppe Gavarone, Genoa renamed Ninetto G. 5,355
Manfredo Camperio   see Mauly.  
Marco Polo 1942 ex- Niccolo Giani, 1944 scuttled at Genoa, 1947 salvaged renamed Marco Polo. 1963 transferred from Italia Line converted to cargo ship, 1978 scrapped. 7,027
Maria Valerie 1892 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1922 renamed Cilicia, 1923 scrapped. 4,235
Marin Sanudo 1926 1937 transferred from Soc. Veneziana di Nav., Venice, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by HMS UPROAR. 5,958
Mauly 1925 1937 transferred from Soc. Veneziana di Nav., Venice, 1941 renamed Manfredo Camperio, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by HMS UMBRA. 5,943
Mediterranea 1974 1992 sold to MSC. 26,784
Meran 1909 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Merano, 1937 transferred to Adriatica S.A. di Nav., Venice. 3,849
Merano   see Meran.  
Metcovich 1893 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1926 sold to Soc. Anon.di Nav. Puglia, Bari. 879
Moncalieri 1918 1934 transferred from Italia Line, 1941 scuttled at Massawa. 5,267
Nazario Sauro 1920 1937 transferred from Flotte Riunite Florio-Citra, Genoa, 1941 scuttled at Nocra, Red Sea. 8,328
Neptunia 1951 1963 transferred to Italia Line renamed Rossini. 13,141
Nippon 1902 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1931 sold for scrapping. 6,317
Nipponica 1973 1992 sold to MSC. 26,784
Nuova Piave 1978 ex- Da Mosto, 1989 transferred from Italia Line to Lloyd Triestino renamed Nuova Piave. 1993 sold to MSC renamed MSC Deila. 19,500
Nuova Rosandra 1978 ex- Pancaldo, 1988 transferred from Italia Line to Lloyd Triestino renamed Nuova Rosandra. 1993 sold to MSC renamed MSC Carmen. 19,500
Nuova Ventura 1976 1986 sold to Adriatica di Navigazione SpA. 2,651
Oceania 1951 1963 transferred to Italia Line renamed Verdi. 13,139
Palacky 1907 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1932 renamed Quirinale (2), 1937 transferred to Adriatica S.A. di Nav., Venice. 3,891
Palatino   see Baron Bruck.  
Palestina   see Innsbruck.  
Paolo Toscanelli 1949 1963 transferred from Italia Line and converted to cargo ship, 1973 scrapped. 9,004
Perla 1926 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1942 torpedoed and sunk by British aircraft. 5,741
Persia 1903 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1925 renamed Persia L, 1926 caught fire at sea south of Bombay, towed into Bombay and scrapped. 5,895
Persia L   see Persia.  
Piave 1921 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1941 scuttled at Assab, 1950 refloated, 1951 scrapped. 7,434
Piemonte 1918 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1943 scuttled at Messina. 13,972
Pilsna (1) 1918 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1935 renamed Galilea, 1937 transferred to Adriatica S.A. di Nav, Trieste. 8,040
Pilsna (2)   see Adria.  
Po   see Wien.  
Praga 1908 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1937 transferred to Tirrenia S.A. di Nav., Naples. 3,905
Prinz Hohenlohe 1908 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Friuli, 1929 sold to Philippines renamed Negros. 2,069
Protea   see Africa (2)  
Quirinale (1)   see Baron Call.  
Quirinale (2)   see Palacky.  
Remo (1)   see Habsburg.  
Remo (2) 1927 1930-1932 chartered to Lloyd Sabaudo / NGI, 1932-1936 Italia Line, 1940 seized by Australian Government renamed Reynella, 1949 returned to Lloyd Triestino reverted to Remo, 1951 sold to Soc. Triestina Impresi Marittimi. 9,780
Romolo (1)   see Austria.  
Romolo (2) 1926 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1940 scuttled by crew near Solomon Islands to avoid capture by HMS MANOORA. 9,870
Romolo Gessi   see Alberto Treves.  
Rosandra 1921 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by HMS TACTICIAN. 7,756 7,756
Sabbia 1926 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1943 torpedoed by Dutch submarine DOLFLIJN, towed into Civitavecchia but exploded and sank. 5,787
San Giorgio 1923 1952 transferred from Italia Line, 1954 scrapped. 8,959
Sannio 1920 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1941 scuttled at Assab. 7,879
Sarajevo 1910 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1925 sold to Soc. di Nav a Vapeur Puglia, Bari renamed Lussino. 1,111
Sardegna 1923 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1940 torpedoed and sunk by Greek submarine PROTEUS. 11,392
Savoia 1922 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1941 captured by HMS HAWKINS, renamed Empire Arun, MOWT, London. 5,828
Sebastiano Caboto 1947 1963 transferred from Italia Line and converted to cargo ship, 1979 scrapped. 8,967
Semiramis 1895 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1931 scrapped. 4,017
Serena 1978 1987 sold to Almare and scrapped. 10,804
Sicilia 1924 1936 transferred from Italia Line, 1941 hospital ship, 1943 bombed and sunk by British aircraft at Naples. 9,449
Sistiana 1924 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1940 seized by South Africa renamed Myrica, 1941 renamed Empire Union, MOWT, London, 1942 torpedoed and sunk. 5,915
Sumatra 1927 1932 transferred from Soc. Marittima Italiana, Genoa, 1941 scuttled at Phuket Harbour, Thailand. 6,126
Tagliamento 1922 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by HMS SARACEN. 5,794
Teodora   see Habsburg.  
Tevere   see Gablonz.  
Timavo 1920 1937 transferred from Nav. Libera Triestina Soc. in Azioni, Trieste, 1940 scuttled by crew off South Africa to avoid capture. 7,434
Tirol 1901 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Trento, 1929 scrapped. 2,836
Torre del Greco 1982 1986 sold to Tirrenia di Nav., Naples. 7,442
Toscana 1923 ex- Saarbrucken, 1935 purchased from North German Lloyd renamed Toscana, 1962 scrapped. 9,442
Tracia   see Vindobona.  
Trento   see Tirol.  
Trieste (1) 1897 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1925 renamed Trieste L, 1926 scrapped. 5,095
Trieste (2) 1978 1987 sold to Almare and scrapped. 10,804
Trieste L   see Trieste (1).  
Tripolitania 1918 1937 transferred from Flotte Riunite Florio-Citra, Genoa, 1941 scuttled in Red Sea, 1942 refloated and operated by MOWT, London, 1949 returned to owners, 1962 scrapped. 2,353
Ugolino Vivaldi 1945 1952 transferred from Italia Line and converted to cargo ship, 1978 scrapped. 7,130
Umbria 1912 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1940 scuttled at Port Sudan to avoid capture. 9,349
Urania   see Hungaria.  
Venezia   see Austria.  
Venezia L   see Austria.  
Vesta 1923 1925 transferred from Soc. Ligure di Armamento, Genoa, 1937 transferred to Adriatica di Nav., Venice. 3,467
Victoria (1) 1931 1942 torpedoed and sunk by British air attack off the coast of Libya (Gulf of Sirte) 13,098
Victoria (2) 1953 1974 sold to Adriatica S.A. di Nav, Venice for cruising. 11,695
Vienna   see Wien.  
Viminale (1) 1925 1937 transferred from Italia Line, 1943 torpedoed and sunk by Allied aircraft. 8,657
Viminale (2) 1963 1985 scrapped, 6,956
Vindobona 1892 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Tracia, 1923 scrapped. 4,351
Volpi 1931 1937 transferred from Soc. Veneziana di Nav., Venice, 1941 scuttled at Phuket Harbour, Thailand. 5,292
Wien 1911 1919 transferred from Lloyd Austriaco, 1921 renamed Vienna, 1937 renamed Po, 1941 torpedoed and sunk by British aircraft. 7,367

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