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List of decommissioned ships of the Italian Navy

SubmarinesEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Submarines
Sauro [1]   Fincantieri SpaMonfalcone (Gorizia)

 
Leonardo da Vinci (S 520) II Batch [2]
Guglielmo Marconi (S 521) II Batch [3]
Carlo Feccia di Cossato (S 519) I Batch [4]
Nazario Sauro (S 518) I Batch [5]
20.10.1980

20.9.1980


16.11.1977

9.10.1976
23.10.1981

11.9.1982


5.11.1979

12.2.1980
30.6.2010

1.10.2003


1.4.2005

1.5.2002
1,641 63,85 19 Nazario Sauro (S 518) preserved to Galata Museo Mare, Genoa
Toti [6]   Italcantieri SpaMonfalcone (Gorizia)

 
Attilio Bagnolini (S 505) [7]
Enrico Toti (S 506) [8]
Enrico Dandolo (S 513) [9]
Lazaro Mocenigo (S 514) [10]

26.8.1967

12.3.1967

16.12.1967

20.4.1968

16.6.1968

22.1.1968

29.9.1968

28.12.1968

5.7.1991

30.9.1997

30.9.1996

15.10.1993
591 46 14 Enrico Toti (S 506) preserved to Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia di Milano

Enrico Dandolo (S 513) preserved to Museo Storico Navale di Venezia
Tang (Piomarta)   Electric Boat - Groton Connecticut United States
 
Livio Piomarta (S 515)[11]
Romeo Romei (S 516) [12]
14.6.1951
3.12.1951
10.7.1973
22.2.1974
28.2.1986
31.05.1988
2,700
2,743
87,4 18,3 ex USS Trigger (SS-564)
ex USS Harder (SS-568)
Tench (Gazzana Priaroggia)   Boston Naval Shipyard Boston Massachusetts United States
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Kittery Maine United States

 
Primo Longobardo (S 501) [13]
Gianfranco Gazzana Priaroggia (S 502) [14]
15.12.1944
21.5.1948
18.8.1972
18.8.1972
31.1.1980
31.5.1981
2,480 93,6 20 ex USS Pickerel (SS-524)
ex USS Volador (SS-490)
Balao (Torricelli)   Electric Boat - Groton Connecticut United States
Manitowoc Shipbuilding CompanyWisconsin United States

 
Alfredo Cappellini (S 507)[15]
Evangelista Torricelli (S 512)[16]
Francesco Morosini (S 508)[17]
2.12.1943

14.3.1944

27.2.1944
5.3.1966

9.1.1960

31.3.1966
1.11.1977

30.9.1976

30.11.1973
2,424

2,466

2,460
93.6
95
93,6
20
18
20
ex USS Capitaine (SS-336)
ex USS Lizardfish (SS-373)
ex USS Besugo (SS-321)
Gato (Tazzoli)   Electric Boat - Groton Connecticut United States

 
Enrico Tazzoli (S 511)[18]
Leonardo da Vinci (S 510)[19]
2.4.1942
25.4.1943
13.12.1954
31.1.1955
28.02.1973
1.5.1973
2,463 93,2 20 ex USS Barb (SS-220)
ex USS Dace (SS-247)
Flutto CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'AdriaticoMonfalcone (Gorizia)
Cantieri Navali TosiTaranto

 
Vortice (S 502) [20][21]
Pietro Calvi (S 503) [22][23]
23.2.1943
21.6.1959
21.6.1943
16.12.1961
1.8.1967
1971
1,095
1,107
63,13
65,9
15
14
ex PV-1
ex Bario
Acciaio
CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'AdriaticoMonfalcone (Gorizia)

 
Giada (S 501) [24][25] 10.6.1941 8.12.1941 1.6.1966 865 60,18 14 ex PV-2
DSRV
Cantieri Navali Breda - Porto Marghera (Venezia)

 
USEL/MSM-1S [26] 1977 2000 ? 13,2 Operated by ITS Anteo (A5309)
Maximun operating depth: 300 m
Capacity: 10 rescuees
Replaced by SRV-300 and stored at La Spezia Naval Base

BattleshipEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Battleships
Caio Duilio   Arsenale Militare Marittimo
La Spezia
Cantiere Navale San Marco
Trieste
 
Cantiere Navale di Castellammare di Stabia
Napoli
 
Andrea Doria
(B 51)
[27][28]
Caio Duilio
(B 50)
[29]
30.3.1913
24.4.1913
13.3.1916
10.5.1915
16.9.1956
15.9.1956
25,200
29,000
186,9 27 Andrea Doria was used as a gunnery training ship, after May 1953

CruisersEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
guided missile cruisers
  Italcantieri Spa
Castellammare di Stabia (Napoli)

 
Vittorio Veneto (550) 5.2.1967 12.07.1969 29.06.2006 8,850 179,6 30
Andrea Doria   Cantieri del Tirreno
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)
 
Navalmeccanica
Castellammare di Stabia
(Napoli)
 
Andrea Doria (553)
Caio Duilio (554)
27.2.1963
22.12.1962
23.02.1964
30.11.1964
30.09.1992
15.11.1989
6,500 149,2 30


Converted into training ship since 1980
Condottieri (Duca degli Abruzzi)   CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Monfalcone
(Gorizia)
 
Arsenale Militare Marittimo
La Spezia
 
Giuseppe Garibaldi (551) 21.4.1936 / 1961 1.12.1937 / 1961 1971 11,350 187 30 Converted into a guided missile cruiser by 1961
Fitted with 4 launch tubes for UGM-27 Polaris SLBM missiles
light cruisers
Condottieri   Cantiere Navale OTO
Livorno

 
Luigi di Savoia Duca degli Abruzzi [30][31] 21.4.1936 1.12.1937 1.1961 11,735 187 34 Refitted since 1953
Condottieri   Cantiere Navale Ansaldo
Genova

 
Raimondo Montecuccoli [32][33] 2.8.1934 30.6.1935 1.6.1964 8,994 182,2 37 refitted since 1949 to serve as training cruiser
Alberto da Giussano   CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Trieste

 
Luigi Cadorna [34][35] 30.9.1931 11.8.1933 5.1951 7,113 169,3 37

DestroyersEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
guided missile destroyers
Audace   Cantieri Navali Riuniti
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)
 
Italcantieri Spa
Castellammare di Stabia
(Napoli)
 
Audace (D 551)
[36]
Ardito (D 550)
[37]
2.10.1971
27.11.1971
16.11.1972
5.12.1972
28.09.2006
28.09.2006
4,554 140,7 33
Impavido   Cantieri Navali Riuniti
Riva Trigoso (Genova)
 
Cantiere Navale Ansaldo
Genova

 
Impavido (D 570)
[38]
Intrepido (D 571)
[39]
25.5.1962
21.10.1962
16.11.1963
28.07.1964
15.7.1992
1991
3,941 130,9 34
destroyers
Fletcher (Fante)   Bath Iron Works
 
Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corporation
 
Bath Iron Works
 
Fante (D 561)
[40]
Geniere (D 555)
[41]
Lanciere (D 560)
[42]
31.8.1942
20.7.1942
28.8.1941
2.07.1969
17.01.1970
2.07.1969
1977
1975
1.971
2,050 114,7 35 ex USS Walker (DD-517)
ex USS Prichett (DD-561)
ex USS Taylor (DD-468)
She was cannibalized to maintain her sister ships still serving
Indomito CNR Cantieri Navali Riuniti
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)
 
Ansaldo S.p.A. - Stabilimento Luigi Orlando
Livorno
 
Impetuoso (D 558)
[43]
Indomito (D 559)
[44]
16.9.1956
7.8.1955
25.01.1958
23.02.1958
1983
1980
3,810 127,6 34
Capitani Romani (San
Giorgio)
[45]
  CNR Cantieri Navali Riuniti

Ancona

 
Navalmeccanica - Cantiere Navale di Castellammare di Stabia
Napoli
 
San
Giorgio
(D 562)
[46][47]
San
Marco
(D 563)
[48][49]
24.8.1941
20.7.1941
1955
1956
1980
1971
5,420 142,2 36 ex Pompeo Magno
Converted between 1951/1955
Refitted as cadet training ship between 1963/1965 [50]

ex Giulio Germanico

converted between
1950/1956
Benson (Artigliere)   Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation
San Francisco
California
 
Artigliere (D 553)
[51]
30.4.1941 11.06.1951 1.1971 2,619 105,99 37,6 ex USS Woodworth (DD-460)
than refitted as training ship
Gleaves (Aviere)   Boston Navy Yard
 
Aviere (D 554)
[52]
1.11.1939 15.01.1951 1975 2,520 106,17 35 ex USS Nicholson (DD-442)
Since 1970 refitted as experimental ship and coded A 5302

FrigatesEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
guided missile frigates
Soldati   Italcantieri Spa - CNR Cantieri Navali Riuniti
Ancona
 
Artigliere
(F 582)

[53]
27.07.1983 29.10.1994 29.09.2013 2,506 113,2 35 Build for
Iraqi Navy
as Hittin F-14
but never delivered
Lupo   Italcantieri Spa - Cantieri Navali del Tirreno
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)
 
Lupo
(F 564)

[54]
Sagittario
(F 565)

[55]
Perseo
(F 566)

[56]
Orsa
(F 567)

[57]

29.07.1976

22.6.1977


8.7.1978

1.3.1979

20.09.1977

18.11.1978


1.03.1980

1.03.1980

2003

2005


2005

2002
2,525 113,55 35 Lupo transferred 3.11.2004 to Peruvian Navy as BAP Palacios (FM-56)
Sagittario transferred 23.1.2006 to Peruvian Navy as BAP Quiñónes (FM-58)
Perseo transferred 23.1.2006 to Peruvian Navy as BAP Bolognesi (FM-57)
Orsa transferred 3.11.2004 to Peruvian Navy as BAP Aguirre (FM-55)
Anti-submarine frigates
Alpino   Cantieri Navali del Tirreno
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)
 
Alpino
(F 580)

[58][59]
Carabiniere
(F 581)

[60][61]
14.06.1967
30.09.1967
14.01.1968
28.04.1968
31.03.2006
19.11.2008
2,689 113,3 29 By end of '90 years converted to minehunter support ship as A5384
Converted to experimental ship in 1993-1994
Luigi Rizzo   CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Monfalcone
(Gorizia)
 

Navalmeccanica
Castellammare di Stabia
(Napoli)
 
Luigi Rizzo
(F 596)
[62][63]
Carlo Margottini
(F 595)
[64][65]
Virginio Fasan
(F 594)
[66][67]
Carlo Bergamini
(F 593)
[68][69]
06.03.1960


12.06.1960

09.10.1960

16.06.1960
15.12.1961


5.5.1962

10.10.1962

23.6.1962
30.11.1980


31.5.1988

7.12.1988

11.1981
1,650 94 26 first history's escort ships fitted with helicopters
Centauro   Cantiere Ansaldo
Livorno
 
Cantieri Navali Tosi
Taranto
 
Canopo
(F 551)
[70][71]
Castore
(F 553)
[72][73]
Centauro
(F 554)
[74][75]
Cigno
(F 555)
[76][77]
20.02.1955


08.07.1956

04.04.1954

14.03.1955
4.5.1958


14.7.1957

4.4.1957

7.3.1957
30.9.1982


1.1.1983

31.5.1985

31.10.1983
2,184 103,1 26 Launched as D-570
Since 10.4.1957 coded as Frigate
Launched as D-571
Directly in service as Frigate
Launched as D-572
Since 10.4.1957 coded as Frigate
Launched as D-573
Since 10.4.1957 coded as Frigate
Cigno and Castore financed by U.S.A. with Mutual Defence Assistance Program as DE 1020 and DE 1031 [78] than assigned to Italy

CorvettesEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Sped
(kn)
Note
Corvettes
Minerva class   Fincantieri Spa - Cantieri Navali
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)

 

Fincantieri Spa - Cantiere Navale
del Muggiano
(La Spezia)

 
Minerva
(F 551)
[79]
Sibilla
(F 558)
[80][81][82]
3.04.1986
15.09.1990
10.06.1987
16.05.1991
2013
1.10.2012
1,285 87 24 [83]
Cannon
(Aldebaran)
  Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company
Newark, New Jersey
 

Tampa Shipbuilding Company, Tampa, Florida
 
Aldebaran
(F 590)

[84]
Altair
(F 591)

[85][86]
Andromeda
(F 592)

[87]
30.12.1943
12.12.1943
17.10.1943
10.1.1951
10.1.1951
10.1.1951
1976
1971
1.1972
1,796 93 21 ex USS Thornhill (DE-195)
initially classified as destroyer escort AD
since 1957 coded as frigate
then corvette
ex USS Gandy (DE-764)
initially classified as destroyer escort AT
since 1957 coded as frigate
then corvette
ex USS Wesson (DE-184)
initially classified as destroyer escort AN
since 1957 coded as frigate
then corvette
Spica
(Climene
batch)

[88]
  Cantieri del Tirreno
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)

 
Cassiopea
(F 553)
[88][89]
1936 26.4.1937 1959 1,010 83,5 34 Commissioned as Torpedo boats
between 1950 and 1952 became fast Corvettes
since 1953 coded as F
Spica
(Alcione
batch)

[90]
Cantieri del Quarnaro
Fiume
 
Cantiere Navale Ansaldo
Sestri Ponente
Genova
 
Libra
(F 552)

[90][91]
Aretusa
(F 556)
Clio
(F 555)
Calliope
(F 551)
3.10.1937
6.02.1938
3.04.1938
16.04.1938
19.01.1938
1.07.1938
2.10.1938
28.10.1938
1.04.1964
1.08.1958
1959
1.8.1958
1,050 81,42 34 Commissioned as Torpedo boats
between 1950 and 1952 became fast Corvettes
since 1953 coded as F
Spica
(Perseo
batch)

[92]
Cantieri del Quarnaro
Fiume
 
Sirio
(F 554)
Sagittario
(F 557)
14.11.1935
21.06.1936
1.03.1936
8.10.1936
1959
1964
1,020 81,9 34 Commissioned as Torpedo boats
between 1950 and 1952 became fast Corvettes
since 1953 coded as F
Anti-submarine Corvettes
Pietro de Cristofaro Cantieri Navali del Tirreno
Riva Trigoso
Genova
 
Cantiere Navale Ansaldo
Sestri Ponente
Genova
 
CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Monfalcone
Gorizia
 
Pietro de Cristofaro
(F 540)

Salvatore Todaro
(F 550)

Umberto Grosso
(F 541)

Licio Visintini
(F 546)
29.05.1965
1964
1964
1965
1965
1966
1966
1966
1994
1994
1994
1994
994 80,2 23
Albatros   Navalmeccanica Spa
Castellammare di Stabia
Napoli
 
Cantiere Navale Ernesto Breda
Marghera
Venezia
 
Albatros
(F 543)
[93][94]
Alcione
(F 544)
[95][96]
Airone
(F 545)
[97][98]
Aquila
(F 542)
[99][100]
18.07.1954
19.09.1954
21.11.1954
31.07.1954
1.06.1955
23.10.1955
29.12.1955
18.10.1961
30.04.1989
1991
1991
1991
950 69,5 19 Financed by United States on MDAP program as PC-1619
Financed by USA on MDAP program as PC-1620
Financed by United States on MDAP program as PC-1621
Financed by USA on MDAP program as PC-1626
launched as Lynx F 923 for Netherlands Navy
Le Fougueux
(P.C. 1610)
on PC-461
plans
Anciens Chantiers Dubigeon
Brest
 
on U.S.A. plans
 
Vedetta
(F 597)
[101][102]
30.09.1954 5.11.1959 1.05.1978 450 53 18,7 Financed by United States with MDAP program
Launched in France
Delivery 23.8.1955 to Germany Navy
Delivery 2.1.1957 to Ethiopian Navy as Zerai Deres[103][104]
Returned in summer 1957 to USA, as U.S.S. P.C. 1616
Gabbiano Cantieri Navali Cerusa
Voltri
(Genova)
 
Cantiere Navale Ansaldo
Sestri Ponente
(Genova)
 
Gabbiano
(F 571)
[105]
Cormorano
(F 575)
[106]
Pellicano
(F 574)
[107]
Folaga (F 576) [108]
Gru
(F 566)
[109]
Ibis
(F 561)
[110]
23.06.1942
17.11.1942
20.02.1943
13.11.1942
23.12.1942
12.12.1942
3.10.1942
6.03.1943
15.04.1943
16.02.1943
29.04.1943
3.04.1943
1.11.1971
1.11.1971
1.01.1969
1.08.1965
1.08.1971
1.07.1971
740 64,4 18,5
Gabbiano
(Ape
batch)
Navalmeccanica Spa
Castellammare di Stabia
(Napoli)
 
Crisalide
(F 547)
[111]
Farfalla
(F 548)
[112]
8.12.1947
4.01.1948
25.9.1952
10.2.1953
1.12.1972
31.12.1971
740 64,4 18,5 Farfalla since begin '60
was fitted for use RPV Meteor P1
Gabbiano
(Artemide
batch)
CRDA Cantieri San Marco
(Trieste)
 
CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Monfalcone
(Gorizia)
 
Pomona
(F 573)
[113]
Driade
(F 568)
[114]
Danaide
(F 563)
[115]
Minerva
(F 562)
[116]
Flora
(F 572)
[117]
Sibilla
(F 565)
[118]
Urania
(F 570)
[119]
Chimera
(F 569)
[120]
Sfinge
(F 579)
[121]
Fenice
(F 577)
[122]
18.11.1942
7.10.1942
21.10.1942
6.11.1942
1.12.1942
10.03.1943
21.04.1943
30.01.1943
9.01.1943
10.03.1943
4.4.1943
14.1.1943
27.2.1943
25.2.1943
25.4.1943
5.6.1943
7.8.1943
26.5.1943
12.5.1943
15.06.1943
1.6.1965
1.7.1966
1.1.1968
1.7.1969
1.1.1970
1.02.1973
17.07.1971
1.05.1977
15.06.1977
1.07.1965
740 64,4 18,5 Sibilla since begin '60
was fitted for use RPV Meteor P1
Gabbiano
(Scimitarra
batch)
Cantiere Navale Ernesto Breda
Marghera
(Venezia)
 
Baionetta
(F 578)

Scimitarra
(F 564)
[123]
Bombarda
(F549)
[124]
5.10.1942
16.09.1942
10.02.1944
28.7.1943
10.05.1943
21.4.1951
1.10.1971
1.06.1971
1.11.1978
740 64,4 18,5
Algerine   Lobnitz & Company
Renfrew
 
Alabarda
F560
[125][126]
2.09.1943 1950 1968 1,250 68,6 16 ex Royal Navy HMS ”Larne”
M1940
(Antilope)
Oderwerke AG
Stettin
 
Schichau
Königsberg
 
Antilope
(F 540)
[127]
Daino
(F 542)
[128][129]
Gazzella
(F 541)
[130]
12.06.1943
19.10.1944
9.09.1944
1949
1949
1949
1958
1966
1966
775 62,3 16 ex Kriegsmarine German minesweeper M328;commissioned as B1
ex Kriegsmarine German minesweeper M803;commissioned as B2
since 1960 converted to survey ship (A 5308)
ex Kriegsmarine German minesweeper M801;commissioned as B3
converted to training ship since 1960 [131]

Torpedo boatsEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Torpedo boats
MS 472
(CRDA 60t)
[132][132]
CRDA
Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico

Monfalcone
(Gorizia)

 
MS 471 [133]
MS 472 [134]
MS 473
MS 474 [135]
MS 475 [136]
MS 481
MS 482
MS 483 [137]
MS 484 [138]
31.01.1942
3.06.1942
9.06.1942
28.10.1942
15.05.1943
4.11.1942
11.11.1942
21.03.1943
18.03.1943
29.4.1942
24.6.1942
16.7.1942
24.3.1943
30.6.1943
23.3.1943
24.3.1943
24.5.1943
11.6.1943
1.5.1965
1974
1974
1979
31.12.1962
1979
1.3.1963
1962
1.3.1963
1st batch
= 63
2nd batch
= 68,8
28 1st batch
= 32,5
2nd batch
= 31
1st batch: ex MS 11 > 1.1.1949 as MV 611 > 1.11.1952 as MS 611 > 1.1.1954 as MS 471 [139]
1st batch: ex MS 24 > 1.1.1949 as MV 612 > 1.11.1952 as MS 612 > 1.1.1954 as MS 472;[140] preserved to Marina di Ravenna
1st batch: ex MS 31 > 1.1.1949 as MV 613 > 1.11.1952 as MS 613 > 1.1.1954 as MS 473;[141] preserved to Museo Storico Navale di Venezia
2nd batch: ex MS 54 > 1.1.1949 as MV 614 > 1.11.1952 as MS 614 > 1.1.1954 as MS 474 [142]
2nd batch: ex MS 74 > 1.1.1949 as MV 619 > 1.11.1952 as MS 619 > 1.1.1954 as MS 475 [143]
2nd batch: ex MS 55 > 1.1.1949 as MV 615 > 1.11.1952 as MS 615 > 1.1.1954 as MS 481 [144]
2nd batch: ex MS 56 > 1.1.1949 as MV 616 > 1.11.1952 as MS 616 > 1.1.1954 as MS 482 [145]
2nd batch: ex MS 72 > 1.1.1949 as MV 617 > 1.11.1952 as MS 617 > 1.1.1954 as MS 483;[146] in 1964 converted to auxiliary vessel (for torpedo recovery) as MEN 204
2nd batch: ex MS 73 > 1.1.1949 as MV 618 > 1.11.1952 as MS 618 > 1.1.1954 as MS 484 [147]
Higgins
78 foot

[148]
  Higgins Industries
New Orleans
Louisiana

 
MS 441 [149]
MS 442 [150]
MS 443 [151]
MS 444 [152]
MS 451
MS 452 [153]
MS 453 [151]
21.11.1942
23.10.1942
28.10.1942
20.11.1942
16.10.1942
24.10.1942
31.12.1942
4.4.1948
4.4.1948
4.4.1948
1950
2.1947
2.1947
2.1947
31.10.1985
1.4.1972
31.10.1985
1985
12.3.1966
12.3.1966
1980
56 23,93 41 ex PT-92;delivered to Italy as GIS 0023, since 1.4.1951 as GIS-841, since 1.11.1952 as MS 841 and since 1.11.1954 as MS 441; in 1962/1963 converted as special forces tender (68 tonnes)
ex PT-88; delivered to Italy as GIS 0021, since 1.4.1951 as GIS 842, since 1.11.1952 as MS 842 and since 1.11.1954 as MS 442; 12.3.1966 delivered to Guardia di Finanza as Brigadiere Giannotti;returned in 1969
ex PT-90; delivered to Italy as GIS 0022, since 1.4.1951 as GIS 843, since 1.11.1952 as MS 843 and since 1.11.1954 as MS 443; in 1962/1963 converted as special forces tender (68 tonnes)
ex PT-94;delivered to Italy as GIS 0024, since 1.4.1951 as GIS 844, since 1.11.1952 as MS 844 and since 1.11.1954 as MS 444;since 1964 used as training vessel to La Maddalena
ex PT-206; delivered to Italy as GIS 0025, since 1.4.1951 GIS 851, since 1.11.1952 as MS 851 and since 1.11.1954 as MS 451; 12.3.1966 delivered to Guardia di Finanza as Tenente Lombardo; returned in 1969
ex PT-210; delivered to Italy as GIS 0026 > MS 852 > MS 452; 12.3.1966 delivered to Guardia di Finanza as Finanziere Feliciani; returned in 1974
ex PT-215; delivered to Italy as GIS 0027, since 1.4.1951 GIS 853, since 1.11.1952 MS 853, since 1.11.1954 as MS 453; converted as special forces tender (68 tonnes)
Vosper
70 foot

[154]
Vosper & Company
Portsmouth
England

 
MS 421
MS 422
MS 423
MS 424 [155]
MS 431
MS 432
MS 433 [156]
MS 434 [157]
MS 454 [158]
MS 461 [159]
MS 462 [160]
MS 463
MS 464
17.07.1943
9.03.1944
7.08.1944
1.09.1944
13.06.1944
19.05.1944
22.08.1944
28.07.1944
15.10.1943
17.12.1943
14.01.1944
13.04.1944
22.01.1940
4.4.1948
4.4.1948
4.4.1948
21.7.1948
4.4.1948
4.4.1948
4.4.1948
4.4.1948
1951
24.3.1948
1.2.1948
1.2.1948
1.2.1948
1958
30.9.1960
31.12.1958
30.6.1959
31.10.1961
31.12.1961
31.12.1958
30.6.1959
31.12.1958
30.6.1959
30.4.1960
30.4.1960
30.5.1959
53 21,7 38/40 ex USS BPT-68 delivered to Italy as GIS-0017 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 821 > 1.11.1952 as MS 841 > 1.1.1954 as MS 421
ex PT-392 delivered to Italy as GIS-0013 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 822 > 1.11.1952 as MS 822 > 1.1.1954 as MS 422
ex PT-397 delivered to Italy as GIS-0008 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 823 > 1.11.1952 as MS 823 > 1.1.1954 as MS 423
ex PT-399 delivered to Italy as GIS-0028 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 824 > 1.11.1952 as MS 824 > 1.1.1954 as MS 424
ex PT-393 delivered to Italy as GIS-0005 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 831 > 1.11.1952 as MS 831 > 1.1.1954 as MS 431
ex PT-394 delivered to Italy as GIS-0006 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 832 > 1.11.1952 as MS 832 > 1.1.1954 as MS 432
ex PT-398 delivered to Italy as GIS-0007 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 833 > 1.11.1952 as MS 833 > 1.1.1954 as MS 433
ex PT-396 delivered to Italy as GIS-0011 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 834 > 1.11.1952 as MS 834 > 1.1.1954 as MS 434
ex PT-386 delivered to Italy as GIS-0012 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 854 > 1.11.1952 as MS 854 > 1.1.1954 as MS 454
ex PT-388 delivered to Italy as GIS-0001 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 811 > 1.11.1952 as MS 811 > 1.1.1954 as MS 461
ex PT-389 delivered to Italy as GIS-0002 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 812 > 1.11.1952 as MS 812 > 1.1.1954 as MS 462
ex PT-391 delivered to Italy as GIS-0003 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 813 > 1.11.1952 as MS 813 > 1.1.1954 as MS 463
ex PT-390 delivered to Italy as GIS-0004 > 1.4.1951 as GIS 814 > 1.11.1952 as MS 814 > 1.1.1954 as MS 464
Elco
77 foot
Electric Launch Company
Bayonne
New Jersey

 
GIS 0019 [161]
GIS 0020
26.08.1941
30.09.1941
2.1947
2.1947
1948 ?
1948 ?
40 23 41 ex PT-49 delivered to Italian Air Force as MA 1053 in airport-SAR role
ex PT-57 delivered to Italian Air Force as MA 1056 in airport-SAR role

GunboatsEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Gunboats
MC 493
Freccia
[162]
Cantieri del Tirreno
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)
 
CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Monfalcone
(Gorizia)
 
P 493
Freccia
[163]
P 494
Saetta
[164]
9.01.1965
11.04.1965
6.07.1965
25.04.1966
15.09.1984
15.05.1986
200 45,6 39 ex MC 590 > 1.9.1965 as P 493 Freccia
Laid down as MC 591;launched as P 494 Saetta; since 1966 embarked Nettuno/Sea Killer AsuW missile system
MC 491
Lampo
[165]
Arsenale Militare Marittimo
Taranto
 
P 491
Lampo
[166]
P 492
Baleno
[167]
22.11.1960
10.06.1964
27.04.1963
16.07.1965
15.04.1985
31.05.1985
190 41,4 39 ex MC 491 > 1.9.1965 as P 491 Lampo
ex MC 492 > 1.9.1965 as P 492 Baleno
P 490
Folgore
[168]
CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Monfalcone
(Gorizia)
 
P 490
Folgore

[169][170][171]
21.01.1954 1.08.1955 15.10.1976 190 39,4 35 ex MC 490 > 1.9.1965 P 490 Folgore
Fulmine   CRDA Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico
Monfalcone
(Gorizia)
 
P 499
Fulmine

[172][173][174][173]
13.11.1955 20.09.1956 1.05.1970 344 49,7 30 Ordered as VAS 470
Laid down 21.1.1954 as P 470 Sentinella
Launched as P 499 Sentinella
Recoded 29.9.1956 as F 598 Sentinella
Refitted between 1960/1965, since 1.5.1965 classified Gunboat
since 1.9.1965 P 499 Fulmine
used for testing first OTO Melara 76/62 mm gun, Compatto type
Schnellboot
Lűrssen S 38
Lürssen
Schlichting
 
MC 485
[175][176][177]
23.10.1941 2.1952 1.4.1966 124 34,94 39 ex S-67; ex Torus; in 1952 classified MV 621 > 1.11.1952 as MS 621 > 1.1.1954 as MS 485 > 10.9.1954 as MC 485
Support gunboats
LCS(L)(3)
(Alano)
Commercial Iron Works
Portland
Oregon
 
George Lawley & Son
Neponset
Massachusetts
 
Alano
(L 9851)

[178]
Bracco
(L 9852)

[179]
Mastino
(L 9853)

[180]
Molosso
(L9854)

[181]
Segugio
(L 9855)

[182]
Spinone
(L 9856)

[183]
16.09.1944
1.10.1944
23.10.1944
2.11.1944
7.11.1944
6.11.1944
25.7.1951
25.7.1951
25.7.1951
25.7.1951
25.7.1951
25.7.1951
1.8.1971
31.7.1974
31.7.1974
31.7.1974
31.7.1974
31.7.1974
387 48,3 16,5 ex USS LCS(L)(3)-34
ex USS LCS(L)(3)-38
ex USS LCS(L)(3)-62
ex USS LCS(L)(3)-63
ex USS LCS(L)(3)-64
ex USS LCS(L)(3)-118

Hydrofoil missile boatsEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
hydrofoil missile boats
Sparviero
[184]
  Fincantieri Spa
Riva Trigoso
(Genova)
and Muggiano
(La Spezia)

 
Sparviero
(P 420)
[185]
Nibbio
(P 421)
[186]
Falcone
(P 422)
[187]
Astore
(P 423)
Grifone
(P 424)
Gheppio
(P 425)
[188]
Condor
(P 426)
9.5.1973
29.2.1980
27.10.1980
20.7.1981
1.12.1981
24.6.1982
25.1.1983
15.7.1974
7.3.1980
7.3.1982
5.2.1983
5.2.1983
20.9.1983
7.4.1984
30.9.1991
1.2.1998
1.8.2005
1.8.2005
1.8.2005
1.8.2005
1.8.2005
60,6



62,5




22,95 50

MinesweeperEdit

Class Picture Ships Displacement
Tonnes
Commissioned Retired Note
MSO - Oceanic Minesweepers
Salmone [189]
 
Salmone (A 5430) [190][191][192]
Storione (M 5431) [193][194]
Sgombro (M 5432)[195][196]
Squalo (M 5433) [197][198]
750 23.2.1956
23.2.1956
12.3.1957
20.6.1957
1990
1.3.1997
3.10.2000
3.10.2000
Salmone launched 19.2.1955 as MSO-507
Storione launched 13.11.1954 as MSO-506
Launched 21.6.1956 as MSO-517; by 1991 classified as P-5432
Launched 3.12.1956 as MSO-518; by 1991 classified as P-5433
MSC - Coastal Minesweepers
Adjutant
(Mandorlo)
[189]
 
Mandorlo (M 5519)[199] 411 16.12.1960 30.11.1993 Launched 29.10.1959 as USS MSC-280, built for Italy
Initially named "Salice (M 5518)"
In 1975 first Italian vessel converted to minehunter
Adjutant
(Legni, Abete batch)
[200]
 
  Abete (M 5501) [201]
Acacia (M 5502) [202]
Betulla (M 5503) [203]
Castagno(M5504)[204]
Cedro (M 5505) [205]
Ciliegio (M 5506)
Faggio (M 5507) [206]
Frassino (M 5508) [207]
Gelso (M 5509) [208]
Larice (M 5510) [209]
Noce (M 5511)
Olmo (M 5512) [210]
Ontano (M 5513) [211]
Pino (M 5514) [212]
Pioppo (M 5515) [213]
Platano (M 5516) [214]
Quercia (M 5517) [215]
405 1953
1953
6.7.1953
2.2.1954
26.10.1954
4.8.1953
15.9.1953
23.10.1953
29.12.1953
1953
6.5.1954
30.3.1954
1954
13.5.1954
30.6.1954
9.9.1954
4.11.1954
1977
1974
1974
10.10.1995
1995
1974
1980
1996
10.10.1995
1988
1983
1983
1980
1980
1999
29.9.1995
1981
Abete Launched 13.1.1953 as USS AMS-72, then MSC-72
Acacia Launched as USS AMS-79, then MSC-79
Betulla Launched as USS AMS-73, then MSC-73
Castagno Launched as USS AMS-74, then MSC-74;between 1978 and 1984 converted to minehunter; transferred 20.10.1995 to Greek Navy as Erato (M-60)
Cedro Launched as USS AMS-88, then MSC-88;between 1978 and 1984 converted to minehunter
Ciliegio Launched as USS AMS-80, then MSC-80
Faggio Launched as USS MSC-81
Frassino Launched as USS AMS-89, then MSC-89;between 1978 and 1984 converted to minehunter
Gelso Launched as USS AMS-75, then MSC-75;between 1978 and 1984 converted to minehunter;transferred 20.10.1995 to Greek Navy as Evniki (M61)
Larice Launched as USS AMS-82, then MSC-82
Olmo Launched as USS AMS-90, then MSC-90
Noce Launched as USS MSC-133
Ontano Launched as USS AMS-76, then MSC-76
Pino Launched as USS MSC-134
Pioppo Launched 15.8.1953 as USS AMS-135, then MSC-135;in 1973 converted to survey vessel as A 5307 [216]
Platano Launched as USS MSC-136;between 1978 and 1984 converted to minehunter
Quercia Launched as USS AMS-137, then MSC-137
Adjutant
(Legni, Agave batch)
[217]
 
  Agave (M 5531)[218]
Alloro (M 5532)
Edera (M 5533) [219]
Gaggia (M 5534) [220]
Gelsomino(M5535)[221]
Giaggiolo (M 5536)
Glicine (M 5537) [222]
Loto (M 5538) [223]
Mirto (M 5539) [224]
Timo (M 5540)
Trifoglio (M 5541) [225]
Vischio (M 5542) [226]
405 1955
1955
1955
1955
1955
1956
1956
1956
1954
1955
1955
1956
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
1990
2000
1990
1990
1990
minesweeper build in Italy on Adjutant class plans
Alloro in 1983 converted to training vessel A5308
Mirto in 1973 converted to survey vessel as A 5306 [227]
Adjutant
(Legni, Bambù batch)
[217]
 
Bambù (M 5521) [228]
Ebano (M 5522)
Mango (M 5523) [229]
Mogano (M 5524) [230]
Palma (M 5525) [231]
Rovere (M 5526) [232]
Sandalo (M 5527) [233]
405 8.9.1956 [234]
8.11.1956 [235]
12.1956 [236]
9.1.1957 [237]
1.3.1957 [238]
1.3.1957 [239]
17.4.1957 [240]
1999 [241]
1989
1996
1998
1999
1975
1988
minesweeper build in Italy on Adjutant class plans, under the off-shore procurement plan of the Military Defense Assistance Pact
Bambù (USS AMS-214, then MSC-214) converted in 1988 to patrol ship as P 495
Ebano (USS AMS-215, then MSC-215)
Mango (USS AMS-216, then MSC-216) converted in 1988 to patrol ship P 496
Mogano (USS AMS-217, then MSC-217) converted in 1988 to patrol ship as P 497
Palma (USS AMS-238, then MSC-238) converted in 1988 to patrol ship as P 498
Rovere, (USS AMS-239, then MSC-239)
Sandalo (USS AMS-240, then MSC-240)
BYMS - Fiori (400) Azalea batch
 
Azalea (M 5401) [242]
Begonia (M 5402)
Dalia (M 5404)[243]
Fiordaliso (M 5405)
Gardenia (M 5406)
Gladiolo (M 5416)
Magnolia (M 5408)
Orchidea (M 5412)
Primula (M 5413) [244]
Tulipano (M 5414) [245]
Verbena (M 5415) [246]
290 1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1967
1.5.1966
1.5.1966
1967
1967
1967
1968
1966
1967
1967
1967
Launched as HMS BYMS 2142 (first encoding in Italy as DR 401)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2073 (first encoding in Italy as DR 402); in service between 1.5.1966 and 1983 to Guardia di Finanza, named Maresciallo Aldo Oltramonti as training vessel
Launched as HMS BYMS 2141 (first encoding in Italy as DR 403); in service between 1.5.1966 and 1983 to Guardia di Finanza, named Avallone as training vessel
Launched as HMS BYMS 2277 (first encoding in Italy as DR 411)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2150 (first encoding in Italy as DR 404)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2042 (first encoding in Italy as DR 417)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2206 (first encoding in Italy as DR 405)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2037 (first encoding in Italy as DR 406)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2278 (first encoding in Italy as DR 407)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2194 (first encoding in Italy as DR 416)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2280 (first encoding in Italy as DR 408)
BYMS - Fiori (400) Anemone batch
 
Anemone (M 5400) [247]
Biancospino (M 5403)
Geranio (M 5407)
Mughetto (M 5409)
Narciso (M 5410) [248]
Oleandro (M 5411)
290 1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1947
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
1966
Launched as HMS BYMS 2009 (first encoding in Italy as DR 409)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2012 (first encoding in Italy as DR 410)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2014 (first encoding in Italy as DR 412)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2023 (first encoding in Italy as DR 413)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2024 (first encoding in Italy as DR 414)
Launched as HMS BYMS 2027 (first encoding in Italy as DR 415)
Giuseppe Cesare Abba
(Pilo batch)
 
Giuseppe Cesare Abba (M 5330)[249]
Antonio Mosto (M 5353) [250]
Rosolino Pilo [251][252]
645 1915
1915
25.5.1915
1.9.1958
15.12.1958
1.10.1954
Converted to minesweeper in 1953 as M 5330
Converted to minesweeper in 1952 as M 5353
Converted to minesweeper in 1952
Giuseppe Cesare Abba
(La Masa batch)
 
Giacinto Carini (M 5331) [253]
Nicola Fabrizi (M 5333) [254]
645 30.11.1917
12.7.1918
31.12.1958
1.2.1957
Converted to minesweeper in 1953 as M 5331; since 1958 until 1963 recoded GM517 as static training vessel
Converted to minesweeper in 1953 as M 5333
MSI - Inshore Minesweeper)s
MSI-58 - Aragosta [255][189]
 
  Aragosta (M 5440)
Arsella (M 5451) [256]
Astice (M 5452)
Attinia (M 5453) [257]
Calamaro(M5454)[258]
Conchiglia(M5455)[259]
Dromia (M 5456) [260]
Gambero (M 5457)
Granchio (M 5448) [261]
Mitilo (M 5449)
Ostrica (M 5460) [262]
Paguro (M 5461) [263]
Pinna (M 5462)
Polipo (M 5463)
Porpora (M 5464) [264]
Riccio (M 5465) [265]
Scampo (M 5466)
Seppia (M 5467) [266]
Tellina (M 5468) [267]
Totano (M 5469)
177 20.5.1957

20.5.1957

19.6.1957

20.6.1957

10.7.1957

10.7.1957

10.7.1957

11.7.1957

11.7.1957

11.7.1957

8.7.1957

8.7.1957

10.7.1957

10.7.1957

10.7.1957

11.7.1957

1.8.1957

6.7.1957

8.7.1957

8.7.1957
17.7.2002
1.8.1973
in service
7.5.1974
1.5.1975
1.5.1974
1.4.1974
30.4.1982
30.11.1981
in service
1.3.1974
1.5.1974
30.4.1982
1.7.2002
in service
30.9.1981
in service
8.9.1973
1.5.1974
1.5.1974
Aragosta class was built in Italy on Ham-class minesweepers plans, under the off-shore procurement plan of the Military Defense Assistance Pact
Aragosta (USS MSI-58) since 1.2.1985 refitted as training vessel and recoded A 5378; on 17.7.2002 transferred to (Tunisian Navy – El Jem class)
Arsella launched 22.8.1956 (USS MSI-59)
Astice (USS MSI-60) since 1.2.1985 refitted as training vessel and recoded A 5379 (in service)
Attinia (USS MSI-61)
Calamaro (USS MSI-62)
Conchiglia (USS MSI-63)
Dromia (USS MSI-64)
Gambero (USS MSI-65)
Granchio (USS MSI-66)
Mitilo (USS MSI-67) since 1.2.1985 refitted as training vessel and recoded A 5380 (in service)
Ostrica (USS MSI-68)
Paguro (USS MSI-69)
Pinna (USS MSI-70)
Polipo (USS MSI-71) since 1.2.1985 refitted as training vessel and recoded A 5381; on 17.7.2002 transferred to (Tunisian Navy – El Jem class)
Porpora (USS MSI-72) since 1.2.1985 refitted as training vessel and recoded A 5382, in service
Riccio (USS MSI-73); reclassified GLS-502
Scampo (USS MSI-74) was refitted as local personnel vessel coded MEN 205 and then 211 until 1979; between 1980/1983 refitted as Murena experimental ship (A 5305); since 2002 used as training vessel (in service)
Seppia (USS MSI-55)
Tellina (USS MSI-56)
Totano (USS MSI-57)
Baglietto 68 t 1^ serie / VAS 201
  [268][269]
VAS 491
VAS 492
VAS 493
VAS 494
VAS 495
VAS 496
VAS 497
1942
1942
1942
1942
1942
1943
1943
1956
1956
1956
1956
1956
1956
1956
Launched as VAS 204
Launched as VAS 211
Launched as VAS 218
Launched as VAS 224
Launched as VAS 223
Launched as VAS 237
Launched as VAS 241 > 1944 as RA 266 > 1949 as VAS 726 > 1954 as VAS 497
Vedetta
 
Vedetta [270] 70 1937 1951
DV - Minesweeper patrol
DV 102
 
DV 102
DV 103 [271]
DV 104 [272]
DV 105 [273]
DV 113 [274]
DV 131 [275]
DV 132 [276]
DV 133 [277]
DV 134 [278]
DV 148 [279]
DV 149 [280]
110 27.6.1958
1.7.1958
30.6.1959
30.9.1954
1.9.1965
30.1.1959
30.9.1959
1959
30.9.1959
1.7.1958
1.9.1965
DR - Minesweeper Tugs
Dance (DR 300)
  [281]
  DR 312
DR 316
DR 307
DR 308
760 1946
16.3.1946
2.1946
2.1946
1965
1965
1965
1965
Launched 6.5.1940 as Gavotte T115 (delivered to Italy as RD 312)
Launched 21.5.1940 as Hornpipe T120 (delivered to Italy as RD 316)
Launched 1.3.1941 as Minuet T131 (delivered to Italy as RD 307)
Launched 27.1.1941 as Tarantella T142 (delivered to Italy as RD 308)
Shakespearian (DR 300)
  [281]
  DR 310 (M 5310) [282] 740 3.1946 1965 Launched 7.10.941 as Othello TT76 (delivered to Italy as RD 310)
then coded M 5310
Isles (DR 300)
  [281]
  DR 301
DR 302
DR 304
DR315
DR 313
DR305
DR 303
DR 306
DR 314
DR 311
DR 309
735 22.1.1946
22.1.1946
1.1946
3.1946
2.1946
19461.1946
22.2.1946
5.3.1942
16.2.1946
2.1946
16.3.1946
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
1965
Launched 12.4.941 as Burra T158 (delivered to Italy as RD 301) then coded M 5301
Launched 30.12.1940 as Cumbrae T154 (delivered to Italy as RD 302) then coded M 5302
Launched 15.6.1942 as Staffa T159 (delivered to Italy as RD 304)
Launched 19.11.1941 as Stroma T150 (delivered to Italy as RD 315)
Launched 9.8.1941 as Foula T203 (delivered to Italy as RD 315)
Launched 2.4.1942 as Filla T212 (delivered to Italy as RD 315)
Launched 28.5.1942 as Unst T213 (delivered to Italy as RD 315)
Launched 7.2.1942 as Egilsay T215 (delivered to Italy as RD 315)
Launched 5.3.1942 as Ensay T216 (delivered to Italy as RD 315)
Launched 1.6.1942 as Mousa T295 (delivered to Italy as RD 315)
Launched 17.8.1943 as Grain T360 (delivered to Italy as RD 315)
RD 16
 
RD 20 [283][284] 196 9.1945 30.6.1956 Launched 1917 as tug
RD 31
 
RD 32 [285]
RD 34 [286]
207 30.6.1956
30.6.1956
Launched 1919 as tug
RD 38
 
RD 38 201 10.1945 11.1.1955 Launched 1921 as tug
RD 39
 
RD 40 [287]
RD 41 [288][289]
203 15.4.1955
1.1.1953
Launched 1920 as tug
Launched 1920 as tug
Admiralty Tipe I / M.M.S. (200)
  [290]
  DR 201
DR 202
DR 203
DR 204
DR 205
DR 206
DR 207
DR 208
DR 209
DR ?
DR 210
DR 211
DR 216 ?
DR 212
DR 213
DR 214
DR 215
295 1946
1946
1946
1946
1946
1946
1946
1946
1946
1947
1946
1946
1946
1946
1946
1946
1946
1950
1950
1949
1949
1950
1949
1950
1950
1950
1950
1951
1951
1951
1949
1950
1950
1950
Launched 31.10.1940 as MMS.10, J.510 (delivered to Italy as RD 201; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 1941 as MMS.32, J.532 (delivered to Italy as RD 202; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 1941 as MMS.34, J.534 (delivered to Italy as RD 203; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 12.4.1941 as MMS35, J.535 (delivered to Italy as RD 204; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 9.8.1941 as MMS.48, J.548 (delivered to Italy as RD 205; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 12.4.1941 as MMS.50, J.550 (delivered to Italy as RD 206; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 21.10.1941 as MMS.99, J.599 (delivered to Italy as RD 207; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 4.11.1941 as MMS.100, J.600 (delivered to Italy as RD 208; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 25.10.1941 as MMS.102, J.602 (delivered to Italy as RD 209; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 4.5.1942 as MMS.103, J.603(then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 5.8.1941 as MMS.104, J.604 (delivered to Italy as RD 210; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 30.9.1941 as MMS.105, J.605 (delivered to Italy as RD 211; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 30.9.1941 as MMS.106, J.606
Launched 22.10.1941 as MMS.135, J.635 (delivered to Italy as RD 212; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 7.1.1942 as MMS.167, J.667 (delivered to Italy as RD 213; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 20.1.1942 as MMS.172, J.672 (delivered to Italy as RD 214; then returned to Royal Navy)
Launched 2.5.1942 as MMS.185, J.685 (delivered to Italy as RD 215; then returned to Royal Navy)

MinelayerEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Minelayer
Fasana Cantiere Navale di Castellammare di Stabia
(Napoli)

 
Fasana [291] 1926 1927 1950 610 58,52 10

Landing shipEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Tank Landing Ships
De Soto County
(Grado)
  Newport News Shipbuilding
Newport News
Virginia

 
Grado
(L 9890)

[292][293]
Caorle
(L 9891)

[294][295]
28.02.1957
5.03.1957
17.07.1972
17.07.1972
16.01.1988
1988
7,823 136 17,5 ex USS De Soto County (LST-1171)
ex USS York County (LST-1175)
Quarto Arsenale Militare Marittimo
(Taranto)

 
Quarto (A 5302)
[296]
18.06.1967 1991 980 69 13 Fitted as landing transport ship
with 2 LCM onboard
Initially coded A 5302
Since 1.01.1975 converted to experimental role as A 5314
Kenneth Whiting   Tacoma
Seattle

 
Andrea Bafile
(L 9871)

[297][298]
14.02.1944 11.12.1968 31.05.1988 13,910 196 19 ex USS St. George (AV-16)
For a short time coded as support ship (A 5314)
then modified as L 9871
Since retire, in 1981, was used as barracks ship to Arsenale Militare Marittimo Taranto Naval Base
Andromeda
Type C2-S-B1
  Moore Dry Dock Company
Oakland
California

 
Etna
(L 9870)

[298]
22.06.1944 2.1962 1981 12,610 139,95 16,5 ex USS Whitley (AKA-91)
For a short time coded as support ship A 5328
then modified as L 9871
22 LCM / LCVP on board for about 300 marines embarked
LST-1   Dravo Corporation
Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania

 
Anteo
(L 9869)

[299]
22.05.1943 20.11.1962 1.8.1973 4,145 100 12 ex USS Alameda County (LST-32)
Then AVB-1
In Italy initially coded as support ship A 5306
then modified as L 9869
Transport ships
Vesuvio Cantiere Navale OTO
(La Spezia)

 
Stromboli
(A 5329)
[300][301]
Vesuvio
(A 5330)
[302][299]
1940
4.12.1949
1953
1955
1972
1.7.1972
4,325 108,8 ex civilian ship
buy in 1948 and refitted for landing transport ship
with 4 LCM onboard
ex civilian ship buy in 1948 and refitted for landing transport ship, with 4 LCM onboard
Special forces tenders
Barnegat
(Cavezzale)
  Lake Washington Shipyard
Houghton
Washington

 
Pietro Cavezzale
(A 5301)

[303][304]
17.09.1942 23.10.1957 31.3.1994 2,800 94,7 18,2 Launched as AVP-28
than USS Oyster Bay (AGP-6)
Gabbiano, serie Ape Navalmeccanica Spa
Castellammare di Stabia
(Napoli)

 
Ape
(A 5328)
[305]
22.11.1942 15.05.1943 1981 740 64,4 18 Until 1964 in service as F 567
Between 1964 and 1965 refitted as COMSUBIN Support Ship and coded A 5328
Ciclope Cantieri Pattison
Napoli

 
Ercole
(A 5302)
[306]
15.07.1902 1903 1964 1,070 13,5 Launched as rescue tug Ciclope
1949 named Ercole
Between 1949/1951 converted in special forces tender by Navalmeccanica Spa
Castellammare di Stabia

Landing craftEdit

Class Picture Ships Displacement
Tonnes
Commissioned Retired Note
Hovercraft
Saunders Roe SRN6
 
  HC9801 [307] 10,9 5.11.1968 30.4.1982
LCM - Landing Craft Mechanized / Moto Trasporto Mezzi
LCM(3) - MTM
 
  MTM 9901
MTM 9902
MTM 9903
MTM 9904
MTM 9905
MTM 9906
MTM 9907
MTM 9908
MTM 9909
MTM 9910
MTM 9911
MTM 9912
MTM 9913
MTM 9914 [308]
MTM 9915
MTM 9916
MTM 9917
MTM 9918
MTM 9919
MTM 9920
52 1952/1953 /
/
/
/
/
13.7.1974
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Launched between 194?/1944
LCM(6) - MTM
 
MTM 9921
MTM 9922
MTM 9923
MTM 9924
MTM 9925
MTM 9926
MTM 9927
MTM 9928
MTM 9929
56 1952/1953 13.7.1974 [309]
/
/
/
/
13.7.1974
/
/
/
LCM(6) - MTM
 
MTM 542
MTM 543
MTM 544
MTM 545
MTM 546
MTM 547
MTM 548
MTM 549
MTM 550
MTM 551
MTM 552
MTM 553
MTM 554
MTM 555
MTM 556
56
LCVP - Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel / Moto Trasporto Personale
LCVP - MTP
 
MTP 9701
MTP 9702
MTP 9703
MTP 9704
MTP 9705
MTP 9706 [310]
MTP 9707
MTP 9708
MTP 9709
MTP 9710
MTP 9711
MTP 9712
MTP 9713
MTP 9714
MTP 9715
MTP 9716
MTP 9717
MTP 9718
MTP 9719
MTP 9720
MTP 9721
MTP 9722
MTP 9723
MTP 9724
MTP 9725
8 1952/1953 6.7.1974
6.7.1974
/
6.7.1974
6.7.1974
6.7.1974
/
/
6.7.1974
/
/
6.7.1974
/
/
/
/
6.7.1974
6.7.1974
/
/
6.7.1974
6.7.1974
/
/
/
Launched between 1943/1952
LCVP - MTP
 
  MTP 9726
MTP 9727
MTP 9728
MTP 9729
MTP 9730
MTP 9731
MTP 9732
MTP 9733
MTP 9734
MTP 9735
MTP 9736
MTP 9737
MTP 9738
MTP 9739
MTP 9740
MTP 9741
MTP 9742
MTP 9743
MTP 9744
MTP 9745
MTP 9746
MTP 9747
MTM 9748
MTM 9749
MTM 9750
MTM 9751
MTM 9752
MTM 9753
MTM 9754
8 /
/
/
/
/
6.7.1974 [309]/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

Replenishment shipsEdit

Class Picture Ships Displacement
Tonnes
Commissioned Retired Note
Replenishment oilers
T2-SE-A1 tanker
 
  Sterope (A 5368) [311][312] 21,800 1959 1975 Launched in 1944 as USS Forbes Road
Since 1947 to 1953 as Cleveland (Cleveland Petroleum Co, London)
Since 1953 to 1959 as Enrico Incom (armatore Enrico Insom, Roma)
In 1959 to Italian Navy as Sterope (A 5368)
Oilers
  Brennero [313] 10,500 1948 1954 Launched 1921 for Italian Royal Navy
Since 1926 to Società Nazionale Olii Minerali – Milano
Since 1929 to Garibaldi – Genova (Ge 1588)
30.3.1941 Confiscated in New York from U.S.A. government

1941 as Gold Heels (Panama)
1944 as Carondelet
1946 as Gold Heels
Since 1948 as Brennero

  Nettuno [314] 10,310 1917 1954
  Urano [315][316] 11,200 1923 1.8.1954 Launched 7.5.1923 by Deutsche Werke Kiel for Germany Navy
  Prometeo [317][318] 1,200 1920 1958 Launched 1919 in Trieste as Ostia
After radiation converted to inshore oiler as G.R.G. 522
Pagano
 
Stige [319][320] 1,470 1925 1950

Boom defence vesselsEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Boom defence vessels
Alicudi [321] Cantiere Navale Ansaldo
Livorno

 
Alicudi (A 5304) [322]
Filicudi (A 5305) [323]
11.7.1954
26.9.1954
1955
1955
30.4.1991
1.11.1977
832 46,3 13 Financed by MDAP program as USS AN-99

Water tanker vesselsEdit

Class Picture Ships Displacement
Tonnes
Commissioned Retired Note
Water tanker vessels
Piave
 
Piave (A 5334) [324] 5,003 23.5.1973 2009 ? Launched 18.12.1971
Used as static training ship to COMSUBIN base, Varignano (La Spezia) [325]
Simeto
CINET
Molfetta
 
Simeto (A 5375) [326] 1,914 9.7.1988 2002 Launched 4.4.1988 as hull 3-86
Delivered 10.7.2003 to Tunisian Navy as Ain Zaghouan
Brenta [327]
 
Basento (A 5356) [328]
Bradano (A 5357) [329]
Brenta (A 5358) [330]
1,985 19.7.1971
29.12.1971
18.4.1972
1.10.2004
1.12.2001
1.2.2002
Launched 2.2.1970; delivered 23.9.2009 to Ecuadorian Navy as BAE Atahualpa TR-63
Launched 3.9.1971
Launched 11.5.1971
US Army Design #294 - Isonzo
 
Isonzo (A 5372) [331]
Ticino (A 5377)
1,658 1948
1948
31.5.1974
1984
Launched 6.1944 as US Army Y-77
Launched 6.1944 as US Army Y79
USS YW-83 - Adige
 
Adige (A 5369) [332]
Flegetonte (A 5371) [333]
Tanaro (A 5376)
1,517 1948
1948
1948
1989
8.1.1974
1986
Launched 1944 as USS YW-92
Launched 1944 as USS YW-95
Launched as USS YW-99
Bormida
 
Mincio (A 5374) 670 1930 1993
Velino
 
Simeto 171 1905 1984
  Stura 125 1942 1982 Launched 1917 as mercantile ship
Po [334]
 
Po (A 5365) [335]
Volturno (A 5366) [336]
3,820 1937
1937
1974
1976
  Arno (A 5370) [337] 657 1929 1974
  Frigido [338][339] 405 31.1.1917 1975 Launched 1916 in Japan (Shirato Zozemsho docks - Osaka) as Takin Maru
Delivered to Italian Royal Navy as minesweeper G.5
Since 21.7.1919 converted in water tanker vessel as Frigido
Sebeto [340]
 
Metauro (A 5373) [341] 602 1934 1974
  Sprugola 318 1917 1974 launched as mercantile ship
  Sesia (A 5375) 1,460 1934 1972
Dalmazia [342]
 
Dalmazia (A 5367) [343] 3,137 1923 1971
Ticino
 
Tronto 120 1890 1968
  Velino (A 5397) 1,340 1930 1958
Avisio
 
Idria
Leno
Timavo
Vipacco
280 1926
1925
1926
1925
1954
1974
1980
1961
Adda [344][345]
 
Ofanto [345]
Oristano
280 1914
1914
1982
1954
Pagano
 
Pagano 1,454 1922 1951

Transport shipsEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ship Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Transport ships
Cherso A.K.T. Ges Neptun
Rostok
 
Cherso
[346]
1912 1923 30.6.1951 4,427 91,6 Launched for Austro-Hungarian Navy as Amalfi
Delivered to Royal Italian Navy
by war reparation
Cantiere Navale Ansaldo
Sestri Ponente
(Genova)
 
Monte Grappa
(A 5328)
[347][348]
1942 10.3.1943 1958 840 67,97 14,5 Ordered by Kriegsmarine as KT10 for Royal Italian Navy
Personnel Transport ships
Cantiere Navale Tosi
Taranto
 
Tarantola
[349][350]
10.10.1942 1942 1993 512 28,31 10,5 Launched as Ammunition transport
After WWII converted
for personnel transport
(1,470 inside, 291 outside)
to Taranto Naval Base

Coastal Transport Vessels - MTCEdit

Class Picture Ships Displacement
Tonnes
Commissioned Retired Note
Coastal Transport vessels
MTC Batch 1 (MZ Typ A / MFP-A)
 
MTC 1001 (A 5341) [351][352]
MTC 1002 (A 5342)
MTC 1003 (A 5343) [353]
MTC 1004 (A 5344)
MTC 1005 (A 5345)
MTC 1006 (A 5346) [354]
239 1942
1942
1942
1942
1942
1942
1.3.1995
1.3.1963
31.3.1984
30.4.1988
1987
1992
Launched 23.6.1942 as MZ 722 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1001
Launched 27.6.1942 as MZ 726 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1002
Launched 2.7.1942 as MZ 728 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1003
Launched 2.7.1942 as MZ 729 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1004
Launched 1942 as MZ 737 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1005
Preserved to Museo Storico Navale di Venezia
Launched 1942 as MZ 758 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1006
MTC Batch 2 (MZ Typ B)
 
MTC 1007 (A 5347) [355]
MTC 1008 (A 5348) [356]
MTC 1009 (A 5349) [357]
278,5 1943
1943
1943
31.7.1981
1.12.1979
1984
Launched between 9.1942/3.1943 as MZ 776 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1007
Launched 9.1942/3.1943 as MZ 784 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1008
Launched between 9.1942/3.1943 as MZ 800 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1009
MTC Batch 3 (MFP-D)
 
MTC 1010 (A 5350) [358] 239 1946 1.8.1968 Launched 21.5.1942 as F 831 Germany Navy > 1946 as MZ 831 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1010
MTC (MFP-DM)
 
MTC 1101 (A 5351) [359] 440 1945 1.8.1968 Launched 5.4.1943 for Germany Navy as F 1046 > AF 1046 > Since 1945 to Italian Navy as MZ 1046 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1101
MTC (MFP-C)
 
MTC 1102 (A 5352)
MTC 1103 (A 5353) [360]
MTC 1104 (A 5354) [361]
220 1946
1946
1946
'60
1.10.1970
1.7.1968
Launched 9.8.1941 for Germany Navy as F 435 > 1946 to Italian Navy as GLS 435 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1102
Launched 9.8.1941 for Germany Navy as F 436 > 1946 to Italian Navy as GLS 436 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1103
Launched 9.8.1941 for Germany Navy as F 437 > 1946 to Italian Navy as GLS 437 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1104
MTC (MFP-DM)
 
MTC 1105 (A 5355)
MTC 1109 (A 5359)
256 1945
1946
'60
1.5.1950
Launched 5.4.1943 for Germany Navy as F 1045 > 1945 to Italian Navy as MZ 1045 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1105
Launched 5.4.1943 for Germany Navy as F 943 > 1946 to Italian Navy as MZ 943 > 1.5.1950 reserved code MTC 1109
MTC (MFP-D)
 
MTC 1106 (A 5356)
MTC 1108 (A 5358)
239 1945
1945
1.5.1950
1.5.1950
Launched 10.6.1943 for Germany Navy as F 1191 > 1945 to Italian Navy as MZ 1191 > 1.5.1950 reserved code MTC 1106
Launched 10.6.1943 for Germany Navy as F 1155 > 1945 to Italian Navy as MZ 1155 > 1.5.1950 reserved code MTC 1108
MTC (MFP-A)
 
MTC 1107 (A 5357) 220 1946 Launched 28.6.1941 for Germany Navy as F 360 > 1945 to Italian Navy as MZ 360 > 1.5.1950 as MTC 1107

Rescue ShipEdit

Class Picture Ships Shipyard
Origin
Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Submarine Rescue Ships
  Cantieri Navali Riuniti
Ancona

 
Proteo
(A 5310)
[362][363]
1943 24.8.1951 31.5.2004 2,178 75,94 16 ex Perseo
Captured 1944 by Germany Navy
New launched 2.6.1951 by Cantieri Navali Riuniti
Ancona as Proteo
Delivered 31.5.2004 to Bulgarian Navy as 224(Протео)
Rescue Ships
Cantiere Navale Picchiotti
Viareggio

 
Raffaele Paolucci
[364][365]
1970 12.09.1970 09.01.2001 70 30 32 officially used as ambulance vessel and Italian Republic President's yacht
but rumors reports it was, really, a spy vessel
6.2006 sold to private owner
  Marechiaro
[366]
1929 7.5.1936 1.2.1957 127 ex Ercole
Launched as Città di Sorrento owned by Riunite Società Sorrentine di Navigazione – Sorrento
Smulders Schiedam shipyards
Netherlands

 
Anteo
[367]
20.12.1912 28.3.1914 19.5.1954 1,362

Factory vesselEdit

Class Picture Ships Displacement
Tonnes
Commissioned Retired Note
Littoral factory vessels
LCT(2) - MOC 1201
 
MOC 1201 (A 5331) [368]
MOC 1206 (A 5336)
MOC 1207 (A 5337)
MOC 1208 (A 5338)
453 4.5.1945
1.10.1952
1951
1951
31.10.2008 [369]
1955
1989
1984
MOC 1201 Launched 17.11.1941 as HMS LCT(2)-167 > LCT® 167 > 1945 as NSC(L)34 > delivered to Italian Navy 4.5.1945 as MZ-34 > 1.5.1950 as MOC 1201 for torpedo support
MOC 1206 Launched 4.10.1941 as HMS LCT(2)-140 > LCT® 140 > 1945 as NSC(L)77 > 8.1946 as Parma - Lloyd Mediterraneo, Roma > Sell 1.12.1950 to Italian Navy > Commissioned 1.10.1952 as MOC 1206
20.12.1955 stranded in Red Sea...
Preserved to Haifa Museum as INS Af Al Pi Chen
MOC 1207 Launched 3.1.1942 as HMS LCT(2)-170 [370] > HMS NSC(L)-50
MOC 1208 Launched 17.1.1942 as HMS LCT(2)-171 > LCT® 171 >HMS NSC(L)-51
LCT(3) - MOC 1202
 
MOC 1202 (A 5332)
MOC 1203 (A 5333) [371]
MOC 1204 (A 5334) [372]
MOC 1205 (A 5335) [373]
MOC 1209 (A 5339)
712 1.9.1951
1.12.1950
4.10.1951
3.12.1951
1951
1.4.1999
1998
2008
1998
1956
MOC 1202 Launched 3.1.1942 as HMS LCT(3)-330; then Città di Civitavecchia; 1948 delivered to Italian Navy as GLS 438 > Sell 1.5.1950 to Italian Navy as MOC 1202 > 1.9.1951 delivery and used for minesweeper support
MOC 1203 Launched 28.4.1942 as HMS LCT(3)-420 > 2.1948 as Sandalia - Lloyd Mediterraneo, Roma > Sell 1.12.1950 to Italian Navy as MOC 1203
Delivered 18.6.2002 to Albanian Navy as A223 [374][375]
MOC 1204 Launched 25.7.1942 as HMS LCT(3)-347; then Fiumicino
MOC 1205 Launched 1942 HMS LCT(3)-307; then Cagliari > Sell 1.12.1950 to Italian Navy
MOC 1209 Launched as HMS LCT(3)-, then La Fionda
Factory vessels
Antonio Pacinotti
 
Antonio Pacinotti [376] 3,113 1924 12.1952 Launched 20.4.1922 as Città di Sassari
converted in 1925 to submergible support ship for Italian Royal Navy, Antonio Pacinotti
1949 converted to factory and support vessel

Headlights service vesselEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Headlights service ships
Norderwerft - Hamburg

 
Rampino (A 5309)[377] 1921 1942 1.10.1976 645 47.3 7 Launched by Reinhold Holtz shipyards as Johanne Klattes for Nicolaus Ebeling - Hamburg, company
Sell 1937 to Lucio Ercole – Italy, company as Spigola
Sell 1942 to Italian Royal Navy and converted to cable laying vessel, since 19.4.1943 as Rampino
Since 1953 converted to Headlights service ship as Rampino (A 5309)
LCT(3) - MTF 1301 Sir William Arrol - Meadowside, Scotland (U.K.)
 
MTF 1301 (A 5361)
MTF 1302 (A 5362) [378]
MTF 1303 (A 5363) [379]
1942
6.7.1942
1942
7.10.1946
7.10.1946
7.10.1946
'90
'90
'90
HMS LCT(3)-? > 1946 MZ.832 > GLS 432 > 1950 as MTF 1301
HMS LCT(3)-396 > 7.8.1946 as MZ.833 > 1.9.1947 as GLS 433 > 1.5.1950 as MTF 1302
HMS LCT(3)-421 > 1946 MZ.834 > GLS 434 > 1950 as MTF 1303
Panigaglia Cantiere San Giorgio
La Spezia

 
Buffoluto (A 5327)[380][381] 16.4.1924 15.12.1924 24.1.1973 1,071 56,2 12 Launched as ammunition transport vessel and minelayer
Since 7.6.1948 converted to headlights service vessel

Survey vesselsEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Survey vessels
Action Morton Engine and Dry Dock Company Ltd. - Montreal, Quebec

 
Staffetta (A 5307) [382] 4.12.1942 1949 1970 1,378 63 17 Launched as USS Prudent (PG-96)
Delivered 22.9.1947 to Cameli, Italian merchant company, as Elbano
In 1949 buys from Italian Navy and converted, between 1949/1951, as survey vessel: renamed Staffetta
Ostia [383]   CNT Cantiere Navale TriestinoTrieste

 
Azio[384][385] 4.5.1927 1928 1.1.1957 1,040 62,5 15 Launched as minelayer

Research vesselsEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Research vessels
Cantiere Navalmeccanico
Senigallia
(Ancona)

 
Barbara (A 5315) 1970 1975 1988 195 30,5 12 Used in Salto di Quirra polygon as launch and recovery vessel for RPV Meteor CT 20 type XXI
Since 1985 converted to coastal patrol boat P492 Barbara
Since 1988 delivered to Italian Coast Guard as CP 452

Training vesselsEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Sailing vessels
Viareggio (Livorno)
yards

 
Ebe
[386]
1921 1952 1959 360 51,5 14 ex Gabbiano schooner for Lloyd Royal Belge Ltd. di Renfrew
Sell in 1926 to Società Calcare, Calce & Industrie Affini – Napoli
Sell in 1930 to A. Finocchiaro di Genova and renamed San Giorgio
Sell to Italian Navy in 1952
Preserved to Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci" - Milano

TugboatsEdit

Class Picture Ships Displacement
Tonnes
Commissioned Decommissioned Note
Oceanic tugboats
Atlante [387]
 
Atlante (A 5317) [388]
Prometeo (A 5318) [389]
750 1974/1976 201? Commissioned by Visintini - Donada docks
V3-S-AH2
Ciclope
 
Ciclope (A 5319) [390]
Titano (A 5325) [391]
Nereo
1,220 1947
1947
1949
1983
7.1974
9.1956
Delivered 5.1944 as USS MC-1417 Durable > HMS ODT Ataran > 1947 to Italian Navy > 1.1948 as Ciclope
Delivered 4.1944 as USS MC-1415 Power > HMS ODT Atengo > 6.1947 to Italian Navy as Titano
Delivered 7.1944 as USS MC-1419 Helper > HMS ODT Atoyac > 10.1949 to Italian Navy as Nereo
US Army Design #293
Atleta
 
Atleta
Tenace (A 5324) [392]
Forte (A 5321) [393]
Colosso (A 5320) [394]
602 1946
1946
1946
1946
1977
1974
?
'80
Launched 9.1943/4.1944 as US Army LT-152
Launched 9.1943/4.1944 as US Army LT-154
Launched 9.1943/4.1944 as US Army LT-159
Launched 12.1943/4.1944 as US Army LT-214
Vigoroso
 
Gagliardo (A 5322) [395]
Robusto (A 5323) [396]
506 1940
1940
1988
1988
Chirone
 
San Giusto [397] 486 1942 1987 Launched as Chirone for Royal Italian Navy > 1945 to Trieste used by Governo Militare Alleato (Gestione U.GE.NA.) > 1948 named San Giusto > 1956 recommissioned to Italian Navy
Porto Empedocle
 
Porto Empedocle [398] 482 10.1.1922 31.7.1971 Launched 1914 as Dolphin for Austro-Hungarian Navy
Atlante
 
Atlante (A 5317) [399] 355 1926 1968 Since 1.5.1953 as A 5317
Littoral tugboats
Ischia class [387]
 
Porto d'Ischia Y 436 [400]
Riva Trigoso Y 443 [401]
297 1969 200? Commissioned by CNR docks
Tugboats
Piombino
 
Piombino 222 1916 1978 Launched 1915 as President Piroy in Netherlands
Sant'Antioco
 
Sant'Antioco 192 1937 1975
Volosca
 
Volosca 98 1921 1974 Launched 1897 as Pluto for Austro-Hungarian Navy (T99)
Circeo
 
Circeo 154 1924 '70 Launched 1918 as T 163 for Austro-Hungarian Navy
Sant'Antonio
 
Sant'Antonio 225 1957 1974
San Pietro
 
San Pietro
San Vito
108 1926
1926
1971
1971
Launched 1914 as mercantile Lowcen
Launched 1914 as mercantile Zeta
Lipari
 
Lipari 318 1921 1971 Launched 1917 as Dannsfeld for Germany Navy
Capo Rizzuto
 
Capo Rizzuto (Y 473) 70 1958 1988
US Army Ocean Tugs Design#327-A
Ausonia
 
Ausonia (Y 401)[402]
Panaria (Y 431) [403]
244
232
1948
1948
31.7.1984
1983
Delivery 4.1944 as US Army ST-486
Delivery between 4.1944/11.1944 as US Army ST-711 [404]
US Army Tugs Design#257-A
Albenga
 
Albenga (Y 412)
Boeo (Y 417)
Nisida (Y 437)
192
175
120
1948
1948
1948
1990
30.4.1986
31.12.1992
Delivered 12.1943 as US Army ST 77
Delivered 12.1943 as US Army ST 76
Delivered 3.1944 as US Army ST 333 [404]
US Army DPC Tugs
Miseno
 
Miseno (Y 427) [405]
Montecristo (Y 429) [406]
247
268
1948
1946
1988
1989
Delivered 1944 as US DPC-29 > 1944 as US Army ST-795 > 1950 as Miseno (Y 427)
Delivered 1943 as US DPC-79 > 1944 as US Army ST-762 > 1950 as Montecristo (Y 429)
MOWT, Ministry of War Transport
Empire – near-WARRIOR Type
 
Ustica (Y 448) [407]
Vigoroso
425 1950
1972
1991
19.9.1990
Launched 1935 as MOWT Empire Race > Capo d'Orlando > A 5324
Launched 6.3.1946 and since 1958 to Royal Navy as MOWT Empire Lucy > 7.1962 Ognina by Impresse Marittime Augustea SpA
MOWT, Ministry of War Transport
Empire – Modified WARRIOR Type
 
Ercole (A 5388) [408]
Favignana (Y 424)
522 1971
?
1989
?
Launched as MOWT Empire Belle > ELF > Mare Jonio
Launched as MOWT Empire Phyllis > Hayat (Kuwait) > Brucoli > A 5385
Arsachena
 
Arsachena 180 1932 1991
San Bartolomeo
 
San Bartolomeo
San Benedetto
173 1942
1942
1968
1990
Passero
 
Passero
Linaro
Mesco
87 1934
1934
1934
1983
1986
1989
Sperone
 
Sperone 64 1954 1988
Porto Pisano
1st batch
 
Porto Pisano
Porto Fossone (Y 415)[409]
Porto Recanati
Porto Torres
268 1937
1937
1937
1936
1979
1973
1984
1974
Porto Pisano
2nd batch
 
Porto Vecchio 268 1942 1975
Capo Circeo
 
Capo Circeo 69 1956 1983
Senigallia
 
Ventimiglia 222 1940 1983
Tino
 
Tino [410] 268 1931 1983
Salvore
 
Salvore (A 5391)
Porto Rosso [411]
284
274
1929
1928
1979
1968
Miseno was named, in 1941, Porto Rosso
Linosa
 
Linosa
Asinara
Carbonara
131 1937
1937
1937
1972
1981
1978
Tavolara
 
Tavolara 67 1956 1976
Cordevole
 
Cordevole [412] 110 3.12.1916 1976 Launched 1915 as mercantile Dora in Netherlands
Licosa
 
Licosa 108 1936 1975 Launched 1913 as mercantile Ernesto in Germany
Noli
 
Noli 60 1935 1973 Launched 1928 as mercantile Olga
Emilio
 
Emilio 65 1952 1973 Launched 1912 as Corry Dutch Navy
Saturno
 
Saturno 160 1939 1973 Launched 1906 in Great Britain as mercantile Emma
Argentario
 
Argentario [413] 87 1916 1973 Launched 1916 as mercantile Rival II in Netherlands
Abbazia
 
Abbazia [414] 235 1917 '60 Launched 1916 as mercantile Susanna in Netherlands > Lesina
Tagliamento
 
Tagliamento 70 1916 1971 Launched 1913 as mercantile Lena in Netherlands
  Teulada 120 1916 1971 Launched as mercantile Christian in Netherlands
Promontore
 
Promontore 140 1916 1968 Launched 1914 as mercantile Directeur Letzer in Netherlands > Ostia
  Portorose 101 1921 1964 Launched 1917 as T-103 for Austro-Hungarian Navy
Liscanera
 
Liscanera [415] 222 1916 1963 Launched 1916 as mercantile Gertruda in Netherlands
Irene
 
Irene 1952 1960
Lilibeo
 
Lilibeo 144 1916 1959 Launched 1915 as mercantile Endrika in Netherlands
Cefalù
 
Cefalù 132 1936 1957 Launched 1904 in France as mercantile Brandale
Mercurio
 
Mercurio 1944 1957 Launched as mercantile San Raffaele
Sciacca
 
Sciacca 120 1935 1956 Launched 1902 as mercantile Salerno
Astico
 
Astico 80 1916 1956 Launched 1909 as mercantile Christian in Netherlands
  Lampedusa 166 1915 1951 during WWII used for Headlights service vessel
Gaeta
 
Gaeta 250 1917 1951 Launched 1916 as mercantile Guglielmina in Netherlands
Rapallo
 
Rapallo [416] 327 31.8.1937 1950
Rescue tugboats
  Polifemo 1,285 1922 1952 Launched 1921 in Germany as Einigkeit
Riverine tugboats
Mestre
 
Mestre
Chioggia
150 1919
1919
1968
1989
Lagoon tugboats
R.L.1
 
R.L. 1
R.L. 3
R.L. 9
R.L. 10
52 1919
1919
1920
1921
1973
1960
1960
1951
R.L.11
 
R.L. 11 1948 1951
R.L.12
 
R.L. 12 1948 1956
Harbor tugboats
RP 101 [387]
 
RP 103 - Y406 [417]
RP 105 - Y408 [418]
85 1972
1972
201?
201?
commissioned in 1972/1974 by Visintini-Donada docks
RP 113 [387]
 
RP 114 - Y464 120 1979 201?
N.80
 
N.80
N.87
N.88
N.94
47 1919
1923
1923
1924
1974
1975
1985
1965
Launched 1918 as T 69 for Austro-Hungarian Navy
Launched 1918 as T 67 for Austro-Hungarian Navy
Launched 1918 as T 68 for Austro-Hungarian Navy
Launched 1918 as T 65 for Austro-Hungarian Navy
  N.78 28 1922 1985 Launched 1913 as T 91 for Austro-Hungarian Navy
ex ministeriale
 
Colonnello Pozzi
Generale Valfrè
Generale Pollio
100 1939
1939
1940
1982
1951
1951
Colonnello Pozzi launched 1912
San Biagio [419]
 
San Biagio
Sant'Antonio [420]
San Daniele [421]
225 2.5.1957
2.5.1957
2.5.1957
1.11.1975
30.4.1974
1.4.1973
Launched 18.7.1944
Launched 8.8.1944
Launched 27.7.1944 as San Cesareo;
N.2
 
Gorgona 162 1916 1975 Launched as mercantile in Netherlands > N.3
N.2
 
N.2 1941 1974 Launched as mercantile Nibbio
N.30
 
N.32 87 1908 1973
N.24
 
N.24
N.26
N.27
77 1911
1911
1911
1964
1956
1971

 
N.47 60 1916 1971 Launched as mercantile N.631
N.1
 
N.1 1941 1965 Launched 1919 as mercantile Ipso
  Licata 85 1916 1965 Launched 1914 in Netherlands as mercantile Harmonie > Isonzo
  Pianosa 183 1915 '60 Launched 1914 in Netherlands as mercantile Waterweg N.2
N.5
 
N.5
N.22
N.23
99 1913
1914
1914
1959
1955
1972
N.28
 
Capraia 128 1903 1957 Launched as N. 29
N.52
 
N.52
N.53
65 1918
1915
1957
1957
Launched in Netherlands as mercantile > Lucia
Launched in Netherlands as mercantile Rival
  N.9 99 1913 1954
  N.4 72 1933 1951 Launched 1917 as mercantile
  N.3 1941 1951 Launched as mercantile Conte di San Robert
Nisida
 
Procida 135 1913 1951
N.35
 
N.35
N.36
104 1915
1915
1951
1951

OthersEdit

Class Picture Shipyard
Origin
Ships Launched Commissioned Retired Displacement
(ton)
Length
(m)
Speed
(kn)
Note
Dredgers
Generale Chiodo Lübecker Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft
 
Generale Chiodo 4.1915 1923 1965 2,700 77,28 Launched for Germany Navy as SOLTHÖRN (SOLTHOERN)
Yard No.130 1701grt / 990nrt, 1500 m3, 2 propellers
Barges
Betta 15   Betta 15
Betta 17
1922
1923
1955
1976
316
Betta 21   Betta 21 1901 1922 1960 300 Launched as DP 6 for Germany Navy
Betta 23   Betta 23
Betta 24
1922
1922
1955
1975
492

AircraftEdit

Model Origin Picture Version History Note
Fixed-wing aircraft
Grumman S-2 Tracker   United States   Grumman S-2F-1 Tracker [422] 45 [423] in service between 1957 and 1978 133069 preserved to Museo Aviazione Rimini
136556 preserved to Museo Storcio Aeronautica Militare - Vigna di Valle (Roma)
136561 preserved to Sigonella (Catania) Naval Air Station
144716 preserved to Elmas (Cagliari) airport
Lockheed PV-2 Neptune   United States   Lockheed PV-2 Neptune [424] 22 in service between 1953 and 1960
Curtiss SB2C Helldiver   United States   Curtiss SB2C Helldiver [425] 42 in service between 1950 and 1958 (of which 26 SB2C-5)
Helicopters
Agusta-Bell AB204 AS   Italy
  United States
Agusta AB204AS [426] 34 commissioned between 1964 and 1973
retired on 1988 [427]
MM80371 3-10 preserved to Sarzana-Luni Naval Air Station
Sikorsky SH-34/S-58 Seabat   United States   HSS-1 Seabat 3 HSS-1 and 13 HSS-1N
Delivered between 1959 and 1964
retired in 1978[428]
153622 4-14 preserved to Sarzana-Luni (La Spezia) Naval Air Station [429]
Agusta-Bell AB-47J   Italy
  United States
  Agusta-Bell AB-47J3 [430] 20 -J3 delivered between 1957 and 1962
retired in 1972
MM80360 2-07 preserved to Sarzana-Luni (La Spezia) Naval Air Station
Agusta-Bell AB-47G   United States
  Italy
  Agusta-Bell AB-47G [431] 7 delivered between 1956
retired in 1972 [432]
MM80294 preserved to Pratica di Mare (Roma) Air Base in Carabinieri air service colors [433]
Agusta A.106   Italy   Agusta A106 2 in test use between 1965 and 1972 Experimental, not in service
5-01 preserved to Sigonella (Catania) Naval Air Station [434]

ROVEdit

Model Origin Picture Service Embarked Note
ROV
SMIN MIN Mk2   Italy 12 commissioned in 1992
phase out by 2005/2008
4 Lerici minehunter class
8 Gaeta minehunter class
Had replaced Whitehead-Riva Calzoni ROV MIN-77 on 4 Lerici minehunter class
phased out
replaced by Gaymarine ROV Pluto GIGAS
SMIN MIN-77   Italy 8 in 1985 4 Lerici minehunter class Replaced by SMIN MIN Mk2 on 4 Lerici minehunter class

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