List of cruisers of Italy

This is a list of all modern cruisers built by Italy, starting from the 1880s.

Protected cruisers

Torpedo cruisers

Scout cruisers

Light cruisers

  • Taranto (1911, ex-German Strassburg) - scuttled 1943, sunk 1943 & 1944, BU 1946 or later
  • Bari (1914, ex-German Pillau) - Sunk 1943, BU 1948
  • Brindisi (ex-Austrian Helgoland) - Stricken 1937, BU
  • Venezia (ex-Austrian Saida) - Stricken 1937, BU
  • Ancona (ex-German Graudenz) - Stricken 1937, BU
  • Capitani Romani class (Only those units marked * were completed)
    • Attilio Regolo* (1940) - Sold to France 1948 and renamed Chateaurenault
    • Scipione Africano* (1941) - Sold to France 1948 and renamed Guichen
    • Pompeo Magno* (1941) - Renamed San Giorgio, rebuilt as large destroyer 1951-55, BU 1980
    • Ulpio Traiano (1942) - Torpedoed 1943
    • Ottaviano Augusto (1942) - Sunk 1943
    • Cornelio Silla (1941) - Sunk 1944
    • Claudio Druso (-) - BU
    • Caio Mario (1941) - Scuttled 1943/44
    • Paolo Emilio (-) - BU
    • Vipsania Agrippa (-) - BU
    • Giulio Germanico (1941) - Renamed San Marco, rebuilt as large destroyer 1951-55, BU 1971/80
    • Claudio Tiberio (-)
  • Etna class (not completed)
    • Etna (1942) - Scuttled 1943, Refloated, BU postwar
    • Vesuvio (1941) - Scuttled 1943, Refloated, BU postwar
  • Cattaro (ex-Yugoslav Dalmacija, captured 1941, ex-German Niobe, purchased 1924) - Torpedoed 1943
  • FR 11 (ex-French Jean de Vienne, captured 1943) - Captured by Germany 1943, sunk 1944
  • FR 12 (ex-French La Galissonniere, captured 1943) - Captured by Germany 1943, sunk 1944

Armored cruisers

Heavy cruisers

Helicopter cruisers

See also

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