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CONVERTED MERCHANT VESSELS
auxiliary gunboats of WWII


100 - 1000 t displacement/ BRT tonnage vessels


Alula (1917, 430, 1-76/40, 1940-1943); Camogli (1905, 449, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Cirene (1912, 500, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Dante de Lutti (1911, 370, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Fata (1930, 260, 1940-1943); Gallipoli (1911, 418, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Giovanni Berta (1924, 644, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Giuseppe Biglieri (1924, 644, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Levanzo (1906, 350, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Levrera (, 230, 1940-1943); Lido (1902, 250, 1-76/40, 1940-1943); Mario Bianco (1911, 385, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Mario Sonzini (1924, 630, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Otranto (1911, 385, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Palmaiola (1916, 562, 1-76/30, 1940-1943); Pellegrino Matteucci (1924, 630, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Porto Corsini (1912, 380, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Riccardo Grazioli-Lante (1912, 400, 2-76/40, 1940-1943); Rimini (1912, 420, 1-76/40, 1940-1943); Rondine (1930, 260, 1940-1943); Scilla (1904, 470, 1-76/40, 1940-1943); Valoroso (1913, 434, 2-76/40, 1940-1943)

Project history

Former merchant vessels converted to gunboats.

Modernizations

None.

Naval service

No significant events.