|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|Generale Antonio Cantore||CE||Odero, Sestri Ponente||11.1919||23.4.1921||7.1921||sunk 22.8.1942|
|Generale Antonio Cascino||CI||Odero, Sestri Ponente||3.1920||18.3.1922||5.1922||scuttled 9.9.1943|
|Generale Antonio Chinotto||CH||Odero, Sestri Ponente||11.1919||7.8.1921||9.1921||sunk 28.3.1941|
|Generale Carlo Montanari||MN||Odero, Sestri Ponente||6.1921||4.10.1922||11.1922||scuttled 9.9.1943|
|Generale Achille Papa||PA||Odero, Sestri Ponente||12.1919||8.12.1921||2.1922||scuttled 9.9.1943|
|Generale Marcello Prestinari||PR||Odero, Sestri Ponente||5.1921||4.7.1922||8.1922||sunk 31.1.1943|
|Displacement standard, t||
|Displacement full, t||870|
72.5 wl 73.5 oa
2.70 normal 3.00 full load
|No of shafts||
2 Tosi steam turbines, 4 Thornycroft boilers
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
3 x 1 - 102/45 Schneider-Armstrong 1917, 2 x 1 - 76/40 Ansaldo 1917, 2 x 2 - 450 TT, 2 DCT
Last representatives of Indomito family. Almost exact repetition of La Masa class, but with moderated to three number of 102mm guns arranged at centre line.
In 1929 they were re-rated as torpedo boats.
1936, all: + mechanical minesweeping gear
1939, all: - 2 x 1 - 76/40; + 2 x 2 - 20 Breda 1935, (2 - 4) x 1 - 8.80
Generale Antonio Chinotto 28.3.1941 was sunk on mine laid by British submarine Rorqual off Palermo. Generale Antonio Cantore 22.8.1942 was lost on a mine laid by British submarine Porpoise at coast of Cyrenaica. Generale Marcello Prestinari 31.1.1943 was lost on a mine laid by British minelayer Welshman in Sicilian channel. Generale Antonio Cascino 9.9.1943 was scuttled by crew at La Spezia. Generale Carlo Montanari 9.9.1943 was scuttled by crew at La Spezia, salvaged by Germans but never commissioned by them and 4.10.1944 sunk by Allied aircraft at La Spezia. Generale Achille Papa 9.9.1943 was scuttled by crew at Genoa, salvaged by Germans, originally called TA7, subsequently renamed SG20 but never commissioned by them.