The design was prepared by Rear Admiral Edgardo Ferrati, and was intended to match the latest foreign battleships, such as the British Queen Elizabeth class. [52], The first two ships entered service in August 1940, shortly after Italy joined World War II. Italian Cruisers: the Ships’ History - 10/08/2019 - News - World of Warships Italian Cruisers: Branch Review - 11/06/2019 - News - World of Warships Italian Cruisers: How To - Nov 6, 2019 - World of Warships Official Channel - YouTube ↑ Regia Marina (Wikipedia) ↑ Battleships of Italy (Wikipedia) The fleet has started a process of renewal that will see 50 ships retired by 2025 and replaced by 30 multi-mission ships. Light cruisers. MODERN FLEETS. This is a list of active Italian Navy ships. To defend its Adriatic coast in wartime, Austria-Hungary had previously built a series of smaller ironclad warships, including coastal defense ships, and armored cruisers. [14], The first design in the second generation of Italian dreadnoughts, the Conte di Cavour class was also designed by Edoardo Masdea. [5] The Italian Navy built five further battleships to two similar designs: the Conte di Cavour and Andrea Doria classes. The list is arranged alphabetically by country. List of Community Contributors. [30], Dante Alighieri was the first dreadnought battleship built by the Italian Navy, and was designed by Rear Admiral Edoardo Masdea. [17] The fourth ship, Impero, was never finished and was instead sunk by American bombers and scrapped after the end of the war. In support of the fleet there are 10 mine countermeasure vessels, 6 coastal patrol boats/special forces patrol boats and a various auxiliary ships. These ships sacrificed two of the 12-inch guns to obtain a powerful secondary battery of twelve 8-inch (203 mm) guns. Both ships were present at the First Battle of Sirte, though only Andrea Doria engaged British forces. On 24 January 1923 the Italian Royal Air Force (Regia Aeronautica) was formed as an independent arm, separate from the air services of the Army and Navy and in 1925 the establishment of an Air Ministry put the new service on a secure footing. Ocean going fleet units include: 2 light aircraft carriers, 3 small 8,000 tonnes amphibious transport docks, 4 air-defence destroyers, 3 general-purpose frigates, 9 anti-submarine frigates, and 8 attack submarines. Belfast is an Edinburgh-class British Light Cruiser that was moved … This list may not reflect recent changes (). This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total. Therefore, a new dreadnought-type battleship was needed. The Austro-Hungarian Navy (Kaiserliche und Königliche Kriegsmarine, shortened to k.u.k. [32], The ship had a very limited service life. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Naval ensign of Italy. [6] Both the Italian and Austro-Hungarian navies adopted cautious fleet policies and neither chose to risk their capital ships in a major engagement; as a result, the Italian battle line spent the war in harbor and did not see combat. These ships, which weighed in excess of 40,000 long tons (41,000 t) standard displacement, violated the naval arms limitation system created by the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922. The ships were discarded shortly after the end of the war, both having been stricken in 1920. Audace class destroyers (1972–2006): 2 vessels 8. Within a matter of days the first U-boats were sailing from the Norwegian port of Bergen, while others were sent to patrol as far south as the Canary and Cape Verde Islands off northwest Africa. Vittorio Veneto was undamaged, and later that month took part in the Battle of Cape Spartivento. [20], The pattern of experimentation in Italian capital ship construction continued with the Regina Margherita class. [7] Nevertheless, the dreadnought Leonardo da Vinci was destroyed by a magazine explosion in August 1916. The list of ironclads includes all steam-propelled warship (supplemented with sails in various cases) and protected by iron or steel armor plates that were built in the early part of the second half of the 19th century, between 1859 and the early 1890s. Entries are listed by initial year of service descending. Starting in the 1890s, the Italian Regia Marina (Royal Navy) began building a series of modern battleships. Battle of the Atlantic - The Allied loss of Norway brought German warships and U-boats many hundreds of miles closer to the Atlantic convoy routes. Characteristics of all models are realistically reproduced on the basis of technical elements of warships and aircraft from the first half of the 20th century. Ten guns were arranged in twin turrets superfiring over triple turrets forward and aft, and a third triple turret was placed amidships. [25][26], All four ships served in the 1st Division of the Italian fleet during the Italo-Turkish War, and were the workhorses of the operations off North Africa and in the eastern Mediterranean. 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Battle of the Atlantic - The Allied loss of Norway brought German warships and U-boats many hundreds of miles closer to the Atlantic convoy routes. Only the two Andrea Doria-class battleships survived in Italian service for any significant length of time after the conclusion of hostilities; both served as training ships until the mid-1950s, when they too were broken up for scrap. The U.S. Navy said on Thursday it awarded a contract worth more than $5.5 billion to Italy's Fincantieri to build its newest class of warships, known as frigates. Ocean going fleet units include; two aircraft carriers, three small 7,500 tonne amphibious assault ships, four destroyers, seven frigates and six attack submarines. There are a total of [ 33 ] entries as part of the Italy Warships List (Current and Former Types) in the Military Factory. BY DECADE. [19], The first of the Italian Navy's modern battleships, the Ammiraglio di Saint Bon class were smaller than their contemporaries due to limitations imposed by the Italian government and indecision in the naval design staff over what kind of battleship should be built. [41][42], The two ships entered service in 1916, and were based in Taranto with the rest of the main fleet for the duration of World War I. No designs are listed on Navweaps prior to the 30s, which indicates the torpedoes were imported, likely from the British. Now Italy runs into the same problem as Russia: lack of unique designs. Their high speed—the fastest of any battleship then built, including the revolutionary, turbine-powered HMS Dreadnought—permitted them to also engage cruisers. Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. Andrea Doria class cruisers (1964–1991): 2 vessels 4. World of Warships Portal; World of Tanks Blitz Portal; World of Tanks Mercenaries Portal; WoWS: Legends Portal; Tools. The negative experience with the Ammiraglio di Saint Bon class convinced the constructors, led by Benedetto Brin, to design a larger battleship that could engage its foreign counterparts. [11] The Italians had 70,000 long tons (71,000 t) worth of battleship tonnage available for new vessels before they would reach their treaty limits, but they avoided new construction in the 1920s due to severe budgetary problems and to avoid a naval arms race with France. Get the latest news and developments here and play for free! Italy (1916-43) About 60 ships Overview of Italian Destroyers. A total of … [10] The remaining battleships of the Ammiraglio di Saint Bon and Regina Elena classes were discarded after the end of the war. Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. The two surviving ships, Littorio and Vittorio Veneto, were surrendered to the Allies and were later broken up for scrap. Postwar … [40] As with the Conte di Cavours, the two Andrea Doria-class battleships were significantly modernized in the late 1930s along similar lines: the central turret was removed, the propulsion system was completely replaced with more efficient machinery, and the secondary battery was replaced with new turret-mounted guns. The number nine spot on our list belongs to the Littorio class battleships of the Regia Marina. By Varatesh, December 17, 2014 in Other. Cruisers. You need to play a total of 50 battles to post in this section. World of Warships, strategy, tips, latest news, ship stats, bonus codes, developments and other content. HOME. After Benito Mussolini fell from power in July 1943, Littorio was renamed Italia. [29] The ships remained in the Italian fleet for a few years after the war, but all were discarded and broken up for scrap by 1927. Giovanni Bausan (1883) - Sold 1920 Etna (1885) - Sold 1921 Vesuvio (1886) - Sold 1911 Dogali (1885)... Torpedo cruisers. After Italy entered World War I in May 1915, work slowed dramatically, as resources were diverted to more pressing needs. [24] The Regina Margherita class had become obsolete by the outbreak of World War I and had been reduced to training ships. Italian cruisers are about to be fully released in World of Warships… Boy, I wish they weren’t coming in that state… I didn’t enjoy testing the Italian cruisers that I consider as inferior to the other roaming cruisers because their only influence compared to the others is their damage output that is far from convincing. Ripartono le manutenzioni dei sommergibili", "La Marina concede in uso ai privati il bacino di carenaggio. [14][15] Nevertheless, the Regia Marina decided to make use of its excess tonnage by the early 1930s, which resulted in the four Littorio-class battleships. Patrol and littoral warfare units include one light patrol frigate, 10 offshore patrol vessels and two corvettes. ... Italy… For this purpose, the ships were armed with the 12-inch (305 mm) gun that had become standard for most pre-dreadnought battleships of the day. Impetuoso class destroyers (1957–1983): 2 vessels 3. Littorio was badly damaged in the November 1940 raid on Taranto, and repairs lasted until March 1941. The class comprised two vessels—Andrea Doria and Caio Duilio—and the design was based on the previous Conte di Cavour with minor modifications. BY TYPE. What links here; Related changes; ... See also: List of Ships. [39], Vice Admiral Giuseppe Valsecchi was responsible for the next battleship design, the Andrea Doria class. Conte di Cavour was badly damaged, and had not been fully repaired when Italy surrendered in September 1943. Unless otherwise indicated, prices are per miniature. There are a total of [ 11 ] Active British Navy Ships (2020) entries in the Military Factory. [18] Of the surviving members of the Conte di Cavour class, Conte di Cavour was scrapped after the end of the war and Giulio Cesare was surrendered to the Soviet Union as war reparations. These ships were larger than the preceding class, and were intended to challenge the Austro-Hungarian Habsburg-class battleships then under construction. Cristoforo Colombo Tier X Italian Battleship 1945 A large battleship that embodied the achievements of Italian shipbuilding of the early 1940's. [23] Brin died during the construction process, and the Italian Navy named the second vessel after him. Ultimately, the ships' small size, weak main battery, and slow speed made them ineffective capital ships, since they we… The dreadnoughts of this class were the largest, fastest, and most powerful battleships of the Italian Navy. 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[27] During World War I, the ships were primarily based in Brindisi, Taranto, and Valona;[28] they saw no action during the war due to the cautious fleet policies adopted by both the Italian and Austro-Hungarian navies. These six dreadnoughts formed the core of the Italian fleet during World War I, as a further four-ship class was cancelled. Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. [1], In the interwar period, the Italian Navy—along with the rest of the major naval powers—was limited by the Washington Naval Treaty, which granted Italy parity with the French Navy. WW2 Italian Destroyers were still called cacciatorpediniere, “torpedo boat hunters”, the equivalent of French contre-torpilleur or general torpedo-boat destroyer, later simpified as “destroyer”. Both ships were involved in the Corfu incident in 1923. The first of the Italian Navy's modern battleships, the Ammiraglio di Saint Bon class were smaller than their contemporaries due to limitations imposed by the Italian government and indecision in the naval design staff over what kind of battleship should be built. There are a total of [ 20 ] WW2 Italian Warships and Submarines (1939-1945) entries in the Military Factory. They were designed under the supervision of Admiral Simone di Pacoret Saint Bon, the namesake of the lead ship, and Benedetto Brin. There are a total of [ 33 ] entries as part of the Italy Warships List (Current and Former Types) in the Military Factory. The winning design is based on the FREMM ("Fregata europea multi-missione") frigate, already in service with the Italian and French navies. Kriegsmarine) built a series of battleships between the early 1900s and 1917. [49][50] The ships were armed with a battery of nine 15-inch guns in three triple turrets, and they incorporated a novel underwater protection system designed by Umberto Pugliese. But due to the policy of restraint adopted by the Italian Navy, Dante Alighieri and the other battleships of the Italian fleet saw no action. The total displacement of the Italian Navy is approximately 275,000 tonnes. The Francesco Caracciolo class was ordered in 1914; the lead ship was laid down that year, and the other three vessels were laid down in 1915. [43] The ships' modernization work was completed after Italy entered World War II. Within a matter of days the first U-boats were sailing from the Norwegian port of Bergen, while others were sent to patrol as far south as the Canary and Cape Verde Islands off northwest Africa. 1. List of active Italian Navy ships is a list of ships in active service with the Italian Navy . The WWII data page lists six 533 (21") and three 450mm (18") candidates. They served in the Italian Navy for another decade until they were discarded in the mid-1950s. [4], By the time that the Regina Elenas had been built in the early 1900s, the British battleship HMS Dreadnought had been completed, a revolutionary design that rendered all previous battleships obsolete. [12][13] These financial limitations also forced the Italians to scrap Dante Alighieri in 1928. As was typical for Italian capital ships of the period, armor protection was reduced in order to secure high speed. As of 2013 the navy maintains approximately 62 ships in commission (excluding minor auxiliary vessels). Tier VII British Cruiser Belfast. [20][21], Both ships served in the active duty squadron early in their careers, and participated in the Italo-Turkish War of 1911–12. Both ships were back in action for the First and Second Battle of Sirte in January and March 1942, respectively. [51] Littorio and Vittorio Veneto were laid down in 1934 and completed in early 1940; a second pair, Roma and Impero, were laid down in 1938. Recommended Posts [-ITA_] Varatesh. Work on the ships stopped completely by March 1916, and the three ships begun in 1915 were scrapped shortly after the end of the war. They were designed under the supervision of Admiral Simone di Pacoret Saint Bon, the namesake of the lead ship, and Benedetto Brin. Naval ensign of Italy. Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) (Koninklijke Marine) The Royal Netherlands Navy's origins date back to the Eighty Years' War (1568–1648), the war of independence from the House of Habsburg who ruled over the Habsburg Netherlands.. During the 17th century the navy of the Dutch Republic (1581–1795) was one of the most powerful naval forces in the world and played an active role in wars … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_active_Italian_Navy_ships The Italian Navy keeps in service a number of auxiliary and support ships. 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