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Zino Line

The Zino Line was formed in Savona, Italy in 1889 to run services between Genoa and South America. Sailings were also made to New Orleans from 1900 and to New York between 1902-1906. By 1908 the company had ceased carrying passengers, but there was increased emigration to Chile, so Zino formed the Societa Lloyd del Pacifico to which he transferred his passenger ships.

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 (on-site) ot the Immigrant Ship web site.

Vessel Built Years in Service Tons
Attivita* 1889 1908 transferred to Societa Lloyd del Pacifico, 1911 sold, renamed Libia. 2,473
Alacrita 1877 ex- Counsellor, 1894 purchased from T & J. Harrison, Liverpool, and renamed Alacrita, 1908 transferred to Societa Lloyd del Pacifico, 1921 sank in North Atlantic. 2,244
Assiduita 1882 ex- Mentmore (Johnston Line), 1896 purchased renamed Assiduita, 1900 caught fire and abandoned in Atlantic. 3,296
Equita* 1885 ex- Knight of St. John (British), 1900 purchased and renamed Equita, 1908 transferred to Societa Lloyd del Pacifico, renamed Chile, 1921 mined and sunk off Greece. 3,369
Lealta 1888 ex- Knight Companion (British), ? renamed Lealta, 1908 transferred to Societa Lloyd del Pacifico, 1917 torpedoed and sunk off Malta. 4,020

* New York service.

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