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ARMED MERCHANT CRUISERS

America Broken up 1928
Ancona Sunk 7.11.15 by German U 38
Bosnia Sunk 10.11.15
Bulgaria
Candia
Caprera Sunk 5.2.18, W Med by German U 64
Citta Di Bengasi Sunk 8.9.43, Naples
Citta Di Cagliari Returned to owner 1919
Citta Di Catania Sunk 3.8.43 off Brindisi, by British submarine
Citta Di Messina Sunk 23.6.16, Straits of Otranto by Austrian U 15
Citta Di Palermo Sunk 8.1.16, off Brindisi, by mine 
Citta Di Sassari Sunk 1.12.17, off Cape Mele by German U 65
Citta Di Siracusa Distilling ship in the 1930s
Domenico Balduino
Duca D'Aosta Broken up 1929
Duca Degli Abruzzi Broken up 1929
Duca Di Genova Sunk 6.2.18
F D Guerrazzi Returned to owner 1919, sunk 26.4.45 Genoa, scuttled by Germans
Memfi
Misurata Sunk 3.5.17
Montenegro
Oceania
Orione
Perseo
Porto Di Suez Returned to owner 1919

Porto Maurizio

Porto Torres Returned to owner 1918
Principe Di Udine Broken up 1929
Principessa Mafalda Sunk 25.10.27
Principe Umberto Sunk 8.6.16 by torpedo
Regina Elena Sunk 4.1.18 by torpedo
Regina Margherita
Re Vittorio Broken up 1928
Romania Sunk 16.4.18
Sassari Used also as a decoy ship
Serbia Sunk 27.6.18
Taormina Broken up 1929
Tebe
Tolemaide Returned to owner 1919
Tomaso Di Savoia Broken  up 1928
Umberto I Sunk 14.8.17 by German UC 35
Verona Sunk 11.5.18 by torpedo
FOLGORE             Displacement: 107.8t              Armament: 1-4.7in/50
SS Zeta 1914 Sunk Nov 1917 on Piave river by Austrian gunfire, re-floated, discarded 1919
GALLINARA
Nostra Signora del Boschetto 1908 Sunk at night by Austrian gunfire from destroyer Lika23.
GIANICOLO              Displacement: 262.3t; 139.9t net              Armament: 2-57mm, 2-25mm four barrel Nordenfelt MG         Complement 2-?
Societa Marittima e Fluviale 1908 Stricken 1918
 
Malamocco 1916 Stricken 1920
 
PANTELERIA                    Armament:2-47mm guns              Complement: 16
Cuore di Gesu 1.7.1915 Sunk by torpedo S of Taranto 14.8.1916
SAETTA                    Displacement: 107.8               Armament: 1-4.7in/50
SS Lowcen 1915 Sunk by Austrian gunfire on 17.12.19, re-floated & repaired then Stricken 1919
USTICA                Armament: 2-47mm guns                   Complement:16
Raffaele Padre 1.7.1915 Stricken 1919
 
Sorrento 22.12.83 Stricken 1928
Displacement: 989-1052t                 Armament: 4-3in/40 AA             Complement: 3-42
 

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