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    Archimede (1881 - 1903)
    (Navigazione Generale Itlaliana Line)      

    Built by Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland, 1881. 2,837 gross tons; 350 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Compound engine, single screw. Service speed 12 knots. 626 passengers (20 first class, 56 second class, 550 third class).Iron hull. Sister to the GOTTARDO, WASHINGTON.

    Built for Navigazione Generale Itlaliana Line, Italian flag, in 1881 and named Archimede. Italy-New York service. Renamed Cairo in 1903. Italy-Egypt service. Wrecked near Alexandria on March 5 in 1905.

    Passengers:
    13 Aug 1900: Rosario Girimonte (#1647)
    15 Mar 1903: Francesco Antonio Gerimonte (#9)
    Brittania (1897 - 1908)
    (Anchor Line)      

    Built by D. and W. Henderson and Co Ltd, Glasgow, Scotland, 1879. 3,069 gross tons; 350 (bp) feet long; 38 feet wide. Compound engine, single screw. Service speed 11 knots. 654 passengers (654 third class).Iron hull with two decks. Three masts and one funnel.

    Built for Anchor Line, British flag, in 1879 and named Britannia. Glasgow-Bombay and later Mediterranean-New York service. Scrapped in 1908.

    Passengers:
    14 May 1888: Battisto Argento (#86)
    Canada (1911 - 1952)
    (Fabre Line)      

    Built by Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterranee, La Seyne, France, 1911. 9,648 gross tons; 476 (bp) feet long; 56 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 15 1/2 knots. 2,166 passengers (120 first class, 196 second class, 1,850 third class).Two funnels and two masts.

    Built for Fabre Line, French flag, in 1911 and named Canada. Mediterranean-New York service. Used as a hospital ship during World War II. Ended service in 1952.

    Passengers:

    17 Apr 1920: Angelina Ferrara (#412)
    Canada     (1913 - 1913)
    (Unione Austriaca Line)

    Built by Blohm & Voss Shipbuilders, Hamburg, Germany, 1898. 10,237 gross tons; 517 (bp) feet long; 62 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 12 1/2 knots. 2,700 passengers (300 second class, 2,400 third class).One funnel and two masts. Four decks and steel hull.

    Built for Hamburg-American Line, German flag, in 1898 and named Bulgaria. Hamburg-New York, Hamburg-Baltimore and Hamburg-Boston service. Survived an extraordinary hurricane during homeward voyage in 1898. Sold to Unione Austriaca, Austrian flag, in 1913 and renamed Canada. Trieste-Quebec City-Montreal service. Sold to Hamburg-American Line, German flag, in 1914 and reverted to Bulgaria. Laid-up at Baltimore at the start of World War I in August 1914. Seized by United States Army Transports, American flag, in 1917 and renamed USS Hercules. Refitted as an Army transport. Transferred to U.S. Shipping Board, in 1919 and renamed Philippines. Laid-up 1920-24. Scrapped at New York in 1924.

    Passengers:

    19 Mar 1913: Antonio Girimonte (#1528)
    19 Mar 1913: Ercole Girimonte (#2566) (DID NOT SAIL)
    08 Jun 1913: Giuseppe Gaetano Girimonti (#838)
    Lazio (1906 - 1913)
    (Navigazione Generale Itlaliana Line)

    Built by Palmer’s Shipbuilding & Iron Company, Newcastle, England, 1899. 9,203 gross tons; 470 (bp) feet long; 56 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 13 knots. 2,270 passengers (70 first class, 2,200 third class).Steel hull with two decks and four masts, one funnel.

    Built for British Shipowners Limited, British flag, in 1899 and named British Princess. Antwerp-New York service. Later ran for Phoenix Line. Sold to Navigazione Generale Itlaliana Line, Italian flag, in 1906 and renamed Lazio. Rebuilt as a passenger ship for Italy-New York service. Renamed Palermo in 1913. Italy-New York service. Torpedoes and sunk by a German submarine off Spain on November 2, 1916.

    Passengers:
    18 Aug 1907: Ernesto Pasquale Gerimonti (#16)
    24 May 1913: Giovanni Paolo Girimonti (#2279)
    Martha Washington (1908 - 1933)
    (Cosulich Line)

    Built by Russell & Co, Port Glasgow, Scotland, 1908. 8,347 gross tons; 460 (bp) feet long; 58 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 17 knots. 2,190 passengers (60 first class, 130 second class, 2,000 third class).Two funnels and two masts. Two decks and shelter deck, steel.

    Built for Austro-Americana Line, Austrian flag, in 1908 and named Martha Washington. Trieste-New York service. Laid up at New York 1914-17 owing to World War I. Seized by US Government, in 1917. Troopship service. Sold to Cosulich Line, Italian flag, in 1922. New York to Algiers, Venice and Trieste, later South America service. Sold to Lloyd Triestino, Italian flag, in 1933 and renamed Tel Avi. Burned and scrapped in 1934.

    Passengers:

    19 Aug 1923: Vincenzo Girimonte (#549)
    Neustria (1883 - 1909)
    (Fabre Line)

    Built by Claparede & Compan, Rouen, France, 1883. 2,932 gross tons; 328 (bp) feet long; 40 feet wide. Compound engine, single screw. Service speed 10 knots. 1,008 passengers (8 first class, 1,000 third class).One funnel, two masts, iron construction, straight stem.

    Built for Fabre Line, French flag, in 1883 and named Neustria. Marseilles-New York service. Chartered by Fabre Line, French flag, in 1898. Spanish-American War troopship service. Lost without trace in the North Atlantic in 1909.

    Passengers:

    31 May 1890: Ignazio Girimonte (#1661)
    31 May 1890: Rosario Girimonte (#1647)
    29 May 1900: Francesco Girimonte (#495)
    Olympia (1871 - 1898)
    (Anchor Line)      

    Built by Charles Connell & Company, Glasgow, Scotland, 1871. 2,210 gross tons; 307 (bp) feet long; 34 feet wide. Compound engine, single screw. Service speed 11 knots. 725 passengers (75 first class, 150 second class, 500 third class).Three masts and one funnel, iron hull. Two decks.

    Built for Anchor Line, British flag, in 1871 and named Olympia. Various service routes including Naples-New York service. Scrapped in France in 1898.

    Passengers:

    22 Apr 1895: Angelo Piciullo (#415)
    Verona (1907 - 1913)
    (Italia Line)

    Verona (1913 - 1918)
    (Navigazione Generale Itlaliana Line)

    Built by Workman, Clark and Co. Ltd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1907. 8,240 gross tons; 482 (bp) feet long; 58 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 knots. 2,560 passengers (60 first class, 2,500 third class).One funnel and two masts.

    Built for Italia Line, in 1907 and named Verona. Italy-New York service. Transferred to Navigazione Generale Itlaliana Line, Italian flag, in 1913. Torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off Italy in 1918.

    Passengers:

    30 Dec 1914: Vincenza Maria Mazza (#564)
    30 Dec 1914: Anna Girimonte (#840)
    Prinzess Irene (1900 - 1917)
    (North German Lloyd)

    Built by A/G Vulcan Shipyard, Stettin, Germany, 1900. 10,881 gross tons; 540 (bp) feet long; 60 feet wide. Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 15.5 knots. 2,354 passengers (268 first class, 132 second class, 1,954 third class).Two funnels and two masts.

    Built for North German Lloyd, German flag, in 1900 and named Prinzess Irene. Bremerhaven-New York and Bremerhaven-Australia service. Interned at New York 1914-17. Transferred to United States Navy, American flag, in 1917 and renamed USS Pocahontas. Troop transport service. Transferred to U.S. Shipping Board, in 1919. Chartered by U.S. Mail Steamship Company, in 1919. New York-Mediterranean service. Sold to North German Lloyd, German flag, in 1921 and renamed Bremen. Resumed Bremerhaven-New York service. Renamed Karlsruhe in 1928. Bremerhaven-Gulf of Mexico service. Scrapped at Bremerhaven in 1932.

    Passengers:

    19 May 1905: Giuseppe Losquadro (#3744)
    18 Feb 1906: Michele Girimonte (#761)
    18 Feb 1906: Francesco Girimonte (#1715)
    18 Feb 1906: Raffaele Girimonte (#2224)
    24 Mar 1911: Salvatore Donato Girimonte (#2218)
    07 Feb 1913: Serafina Girimonte (#1560)
    America (1908 - 1909)
    (La Veloce Line)

    America (1909 - 1928)
    (Navigazione Generale Itlaliana Line)

    Built by Cantieri Navale Riuniti, Muggiano, Italy, 1908. 8,996 gross tons; 476 (bp) feet long; 55 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 1/2 knots. 2,650 passengers (30 first class, 220 second class, 2,400 third class).

    Built for La Veloce Line, in 1908 and named America (1908). Transferred to Navigazione Generale Itlaliana Line, Italian flag, in 1909. Italy-New York service. Scrapped in 1928.

    Passengers:

    24 Mar 1910: Giuseppe Girimonte (#3820)
    25 Aug 1910: Michele Domenico Girimonte (#1050)
    17 Jul 1912: Pasquale Girimonte (#2584)
    30 Aug 1912: Giuseppe Francesco Gerimonte (#1762)
    20 Feb 1913: Gabriele Candio Girimonte (#1151)
    12 Nov 1921: Giovanni Girimonte (#1710)
    20 Nov 1923: Salvatore Girimonte (#2210)
    San Guglielmo (1911 - 1918)
    (Sicula-Americana)

    Built by D. and W. Henderson and Co Ltd, Glasgow, Scotland, 1911. 8,341 gross tons; 470 (bp) feet long; 56 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 15.5 knots. 2,425 passengers (50 first class, 175 second class, 2,200 third class).Two funnels and two masts.

    Built for Sicula-Americana, in 1911 and named San Guglielmo. Italy-New York service. Torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off Italy in 1918.

    Passengers:
    20 May 1913: Francesco Pasquale Girimonti (#1081)
    Empress of Canada (1922 - 1943)     
    (Canadian Pacific Steamships)

    Built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Company, Glasgow, Scotland, 1922. 21,517 gross tons; 627 (bp) feet long; 77 feet wide. Steam turbine engines, twin screw. Service speed 20 knots. 832 passengers (488 first class, 106 second class, 238 third class).Two masts and two funnels. Steel hull and three decks. Crew 530.

    Built for Canadian Pacific Steamships, British flag, in 1922 and named Empress of Canada. One voyage to New York in 1924 from Vancouver; then Pacific svc service. Capacity for 926 Asiatic steerage passengers. Torpedoed and sunk on March 13, 1943.

    Passengers:
    23 Jul 1937: Francis H. Geremonte (#1247)
    23 Jul 1937: May Eckford (#2424)
    Aller (1886-1904)
    (North German Lloyd)

    The ALLER was 4,966 gross tons, length 438.1ft x beam 47.8ft, two funnels, four masts, single screw and a speed of 17 knots. Accommodation for 150-1st, 90-2nd and 1,000-3rd class passengers. Built by Fairfield Co, Glasgow, she was launched for North German Lloyd on 18th Feb.1886 and started her maiden voyage from Bremen to Southampton and New York on 24th Apr.1886. In 1897 her masts were reduced to two, and she started her last Bremen - New York sailing on 18th Sep.1897. She subsequently sailed Genoa - Naples - New York until starting her final voyage on 6th Nov.1902 and was scrapped in 1904. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2]

    Passengers:
    Sep 1898: Antonio Saverio Girimonti (#330)
    Lahn (1887-1904)
    (North German Lloyd)

    The LAHN was built by Fairfield Co Ltd, Glasgow in 1887 for Norddeutscher Lloyd (North German Lloyd]. She was a 5,099 gross ton ship, length 448.4 ft x beam 49ft, two funnels, four masts, single screw and a speed of 18 knots. There was accommodation for 224-1st, 106-2nd and 700-3rd class passengers. Launched on 7/9/1887, she sailed from Bremen on her maiden voyage to Southampton and New York on 1/2/1888. In 1896, her masts were reduced to two and on 1/10/1901 she commenced her last Bremen - Southampton - New York voyage. She was transferred to the Genoa - Naples - New York service on 13/11/1901 and commenced her last voyage on this route on 4/2/1904. Later the same year, she was sold to the Russian navy and renamed RUSS. She was scrapped in 1927. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.553]

    Passengers:
    11 Sep 1902: Angelo Giuseppe Raffaele Girimonte (#316)
    20 Feb 1903: Ercole Girimonte (#2566)
    Palatia (1894-1904)
    (Hamburg America Line)

    The PALATIA was built by A.G.Vulcan, Stettin in 1894 for the Hamburg America Line. She was a sister ship to the PATRIA and PHOENICIA and was the first of three ships with this name owned by the company (the other two being cargo ships). Her details were - 7,326 gross tons, length 460ft x beam 52ft, one funnel, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots. There was accommodation for 60-1st and 2,000-3rd class passengers. Launched on 8/12/1894, she sailed from Hamburg on 28/4/1895 on her maiden voyage to New York. She commenced her last voyage from Hamburg to Boulogne and New York on 31/3/1902 and on 10/5/1902 commenced sailing between Genoa, Palermo, Naples and New York. Her last sailing on this service started on 26/4/1904 (10 round voyages) and she was sold to the Russian Navy later the same year and renamed NIKOLAIEV. She was converted to an auxiliary cruiser and mine schoolship. In 1917 she was renamed NORODOVOLETZ and on 6/6/1920, foundered at Petrograd (Leningrad, St.Petersburg). In 1925 she was scrapped. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.401] [Merchant Fleets by Duncan Haws, vol.4, Hamburg America Line]

    Passengers:
    21 May 1903: Anna Maria Girimonte (#859)
    21 May 1903: Costanza Girimonte (#1535)
    18 Nov 1903: Vito Losquadro (#165)
    Tartar Prince (1895 - 1902)
    (Prince Line)

    3,272 gross tons, length 342.7ft x beam 43.2ft, clipper stem, one funnel, two masts, single screw and a speed of 12 knots. Accommodation for 45-1st and 1,000-3rd class passengers. Built by Short Bros, Sunderland (engines by Blair & Co Ltd, Stockton), she was launched for the Prince Line in Jan.1895. Used on the South American service until 1897 when, on 10th Nov. she sailed from Newcastle for New York. On 30th Nov.1897 she started sailings between New York - Naples - Genoa - Leghorn - Genoa - Naples - New York. Her last crossing on this service started on 11th Jun.1902 when she sailed from Leghorn for Genoa, Naples, Palermo and New York. Transferred to a new route between New York and South Africa, she was destroyed by fire on her second voyage on 25th Nov.1902. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1233]

    Passengers:
    Apr 1902: Gaetano Girimonte (#568)
    Apr 1902: Giovanni Girimonte (#1710)
    Konigin Louise (1896 - 1919)
    (North German Lloyd)

    The KONIGIN LOUISE was a 10,566 gross ton ship, length 525ft x beam 60ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 15 knots. There was accommodation for 227-1st, 235-2nd and 1,564-3rd class passengers. Built by AG Vulcan, Stettin for North German Lloyd, she was launched on 7th Oct.1896. Her maiden voyage started on 22nd Mar.1897 when she left Bremen for New York. However, she had to call in at Falmouth on 29th March and left there for New York on 22nd April. On 17th Nov.1897 she commenced her first voyage from Bremen via the Suez Canal to Australia and on 25th Feb.1904 started her first Genoa - Naples - New York sailing. She started her last sailing on this service on 25th May 1911 and started her tenth and last Bremen - Australia voyage on 25th Oct.1911. On 16th Mar.1912 she resumed Bremen - New York sailings, and on 18th Apr.1914 started her first Bremen - Philadelphia - Baltimore voyage. Her third and last sailing on this route commenced 25th Jun.1914 and in Aug.1914, on the outbreak of the Great War, she was laid up at Bremen. Surrendered to Britain in April 1919, she was placed under the management of the Orient Line and renamed OMAR. Sold to the Byron Line in 1924 and renamed EDISON, she started Piraeus - Patras - Naples - New York sailings on 16th Oct.1924. In Aug.1928 she came under the ownership of the National Greek Line and started her last New York - Boston - Piraeus crossing on 29th Dec.1932. In 1935 she was scrapped at Genoa.[North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.559]

    Passengers:
    23 Jun 1905: Luigi Anselmo Girimonte (#2223)
    08 Mar 1907: Antonio Girimonte (#1714)
    16 Aug 1907: Francesco Leonardo A. Girimonte (#314)
    27 Nov 1908: Angelo Giuseppe Raffaele Girimonte (#316)
    Hamburg (1899-1914)
    (Hamburg America Line)

    Built by A.G. Vulcan, Stettin in 1899 and planned as the BAVARIA, this was a 10,532 gross ton ship, length 499.3ft x beam 60.2ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 15 knots. There was passenger accommodation for 172-1st, 106-2nd and 1,780-3rd class. Launched on 25th Nov.1899 as the HAMBURG for the Hamburg America Line's Far East service, she started her maiden voyage on 12th Mar.1900 when she left Hamburg for the Far East via Suez. On 2nd Jun.1904 she commenced her first Hamburg - Southampton - Cherbourg - New York sailing and on 13th Apr.1905 started her first Naples - New York sailing. Her last Genoa - Naples - New York crossing started on 18th Jul.1914 and in August 1914, on the outbreak of the Great War, she was interned at New York. Chartered to the International Red Cross, she was renamed RED CROSS and on 13th Sep.1914 started a single round voyage between New York, Rotterdam and New York to repatriate US citizens, then reverted to her previous name of HAMBURG. In April 1917, on the entry of the USA into the war, she was seized by US Authorities, renamed POWHATAN and used as a hospital ship and later by the US Army Transport Corps. In 1920 she was chartered to the Baltic SS Corp. of America, refitted to carry 240-cabin and 1,500-3rd class passengers, and renamed NEW ROCHELLE. She started New York - Danzig sailings on 5th Aug.1920 and commenced her third and last New York - Havre - Danzig - Havre - New York voyage on 20th Nov.1920. In 1921 she came under the ownership of US Mail SS Co, was altered to carry 350-cabin and 900-3rd class passengers and started New York - Bremen - Danzig sailings on 12th Feb.1921. Renamed HUDSON in May 1921,she continued the New York - Bremen - Danzig service. Later the same year she went to United States Line and sailed New York - Bremen. In 1922 she was renamed PRESIDENT FILLMORE and continued on the same service until starting her final Bremen - New York crossing on 20th Nov.1923. In 1924 she went to the Dollar Line, San Francisco for their round-the-world service and in 1928 she was scrapped in the USA. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.410] [Merchant Fleets by Duncan Haws, vol.4, Hamburg America, Adler and Carr Lines] [Great Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vol.1]

    Passengers:
    22 Oct 1905: Giuseppe Gaetano Girimonti (#838)
    27 Mar 1907: Michele Domenico Girimonte (#1050)
    Konig Albert (1899-1921)
    (North German Lloyd)

    The KONIG ALBERT was built by A.G.Vulcan, Stettin in 1899 for Norddeutscher Lloyd [North German Lloyd]. She was a 10,643 gross ton ship, length 499.3ft x beam 60.2ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 15 knots. There was accommodation for 227-1st, 119-2nd and 1,799-3rd class passengers. Launched on 24/6/1899, she sailed on her maiden voyage from Hamburg, via the Suez Canal to the Far East. She completed 8 round voyages on this service and was then transferred on 14/3/1903 to the Bremen - Cherbourg - New York route for a single voyage. On 16/4/1903 she went to the Genoa - Naples - New York run and stayed mainly on this service until commencing her last voyage on 11/6/1914. At the outbreak of the Great War, she took refuge in Italy but in May 1915 was seized by Italy, renamed FERDINANDO PALASCIANO and was used as a hospital ship. In 1920 she was chartered to Navigazione Generale Italiana and on 15/6/1920 commenced her first voyage Genoa - Naples - New York. She completed 6 round voyages on this route, the last one commencing 13/4/1921 and then, in 1922 became the ITALIA, and was used as a floating exhibition ship. She was scrapped in Italy in 1926.

    Passengers:
    14 Mar 1903: Savino Giramonti (#2219)
    03 Aug 1906: Antonio Saverio Girimonti (#330)
    Balilla (1900-1904)

    Built by Sir James Laing & Sons Limited, Sunderland, England, 1888. 2,733 gross tons; 309 (bp) feet long; 41 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 12 knots. 1,000 passengers (1,000 third class).One funnel and three masts.

    Built for Compagnie Havre Pennisulaire, French flag, in 1888 and named Ville de Belfort. France-East Africa service. Sold in 1900 and renamed Balilla. Italy-New York service. Renamed Citta di Reggio in 1904. Sold to British owners, British flag, in 1906 and renamed Maritta. Scrapped in 1909.

    Passengers:
    Mar 1902: Francesco Leonardo A. Girimonte (#314)
    Neckar (1900-1917)
    (North German Lloyd)

    The NECKAR was built by J.C.Tecklenborg, Geestemunde in 1900 for Norddeutscher Lloyd [North German Lloyd]. This was a 9,835 gross ton ship, length 499.3ft x beam 58.1ft, one funnel, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots. Accommodation was provided for 148-1st, 116-2nd and 2,500-3rd class passengers. Launched on 8/12/1900, she sailed from Bremen on her maiden voyage to New York on 4/5/1901. On 8/10/1901 she commenced her first voyage from Bremen via Suez to Australia, but after one round voyage, she transferred on 12/5/1902 to the Naples - New York service. On 19/6/1902 she started her first Bremen - Baltimore sailing and susequently ran between Bremen - New York &/or Baltimore, or Mediterranean - New York. On 4/11/1905 she sailed from New York to the Mediterranean with 1st, 2nd and 3rd class passengers, and subsequently carried 369-2nd, 217-3rd and 2,865-4th class. On 16/5/1912 she commenced her first Bremen - Philadelphia - Baltimore voyage, and her last Bremen - Baltimore run commenced on 2/7/1914 (arr 14/7/1914) She then took refuge in Baltimore until she was seized by the US authorities in April 1917. She was renamed ANTIGONE and used by the US government until 20/3/1921 when she sailed from New York on a single round voyage to Bremen and Danzig, under charter to US Mail SS Co. carrying 200-cabin class and 550-3rd class passengers. On 5/5/1921 she was renamed POTOMAC and started a similar voyage, and on 10/8/1921 started her third and last one way voyage on this service. She sailed from Bremen for New York on 3/9/1921 for United States Lines and on 1/3/1922 commenced her fifth and final voyage on this route. In 1928 she was scrapped in Holland. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.564]

    Passengers:
    10 Mar 1904: Giuseppe Natale Girimonti (#668)
    Citta' di Torino (1901 - 1914)
    (La Veloce Line)

    Built by N. Odero fu Alessandro and Co., Genoa, Italy, 1901. 4,041 gross tons; 363 (bp) feet long; 43 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engine, single screw. Service speed 12 knots. 1,536 passengers (40 second class, 1,496 third class).One funnel and two masts.

    Built for La Veloce Line, in 1901 and named Citta di Torino. Genoa Palermo Naples New York service. Sold to Sitmar Line, Italian flag, in 1914 and renamed Costantinopoli. Then the Lloyd Triestino Line in 1932. Scrapped in 1933.

    Passengers:
    12 Feb 1905: Antonio Ferrara (#413)
    Moltke (1901 - 1915)
    (Hamburg America Line)

    Pesaro (1915 - 1925)
    (Lloyd Sabaudo)

    PESARO / MOLTKE 1901
    Built as the MOLTKE by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg in 1901 for the Hamburg America Line. Her details were 12,335 gross tons, length 525.6ft x beam 62.3ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 16 knots. There was accommodation for 390-1st, 230-2nd and 550-3rd class passengers. Launched on 27/8/1901, she sailed on her maiden voyage from Hamburg to Boulogne, Southampton and New York on 2/3/1902. On 3/4/1906 she commenced her first sailing between Naples, Genoa and New York and her last voyage, Genoa - Naples - New York - Genoa on 23/6/1914. She was interned at Genoa in 1914 and on 25/5/1915 she was seized by Italy and renamed PESARO. She commenced her first voyage for the Italian company, Lloyd Sabaudo, on 23/4/1919 when she sailed from Genoa for Marseilles and New York. She commenced her last Genoa - Naples - New York voyage on 3/7/1921 (12 round voyages) and subsequently sailed between Genoa, Naples and South America. She was scrapped in 1925 in Italy. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.407]

    Passengers:
    (Moltke)
    20 May 1906: Vincenzo Girimonte (#1572)

    (Pesaro)
    05 Jul 1921: Giovanni Girimonte (#726)
    Citta di Napoli (1902-1910)
    (La Veloce)

    The CITTA DI NAPOLI was built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast in 1871 as the REPUBLIC for the White Star Line. She was a 3,984 gross ton ship, length 420ft x beam 40.9ft, one funnel, four masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of 14 knots. There was accommodation for 166-1st and 1,000-3rd class passengers. Launched on 4th Jul.1871, she left Liverpool on her maiden voyage to Queenstown and New York on 1st Feb.1872. Her last voyage on this service commenced 16th Jan.1889 and she was then sold to Holland America Line and renamed MAASDAM. Re-engined by G.Forrester & Co, Liverpool, and refitted to carry 150-1st, 60-2nd and 800-3rd class passengers, she started Rotterdam - New York sailings on 15th Mar.1890. In 1899 she was again refitted to accommodate 2nd and 3rd class passengers only, and on 6th Mar.1902 commenced her last voyage between Rotterdam, Boulogne and New York. In 1902 she went to Italian owners and was renamed VITTORIA and later the same year was sold to La Veloce of Genoa and renamed CITTA DI NAPOLI. Refitted to carry 1,424-3rd class passengers, she started sailings between Genoa, Naples and New York on 30th Sep.1902. Her thirtieth and last voyage on this route commenced 27th Apr.1907 and she was sold in 1908 and scrapped at Genoa in 1910. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P. Bonsor, vol.2, p.756]

    Passengers:
    02 Oct 1906: Tomasso Girimonte (#2284)
    Arabic (1902 - 1915)
    White Star Line

    She was a 15,801 gross ton ship, length 600.7ft x beam 65.5ft, one funnel, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 16 knots. Laid down by Harland and Wolff, Belfast as the MINNEWASKA for the Atlantic Transport Line. She was taken over by White Star Line while building and was launched as the ARABIC on 18th Dec.1902. Her maiden voyage started on 26th June 1903 when she left Liverpool for New York. On 14th Apr.1905 she commenced her first Liverpool - Boston voyage and on 20th June 1907 resumed Liverpool - New York sailings. She returned to the Liverpool - Boston route on 1st Aug.1911 and in 1913 her 1st class accommodation was reclassified as 2nd class. Resumed Liverpool - New York voyages on 23rd Dec.1914 and on 19th Aug.1915 was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U.24, while off the Old Head of Kinsale, Ireland with the loss of 44 lives.[North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.761-2]

    Passengers:

    07 May 1911: Mary Clear (#4167)
    07 May 1911: William Clear (#4168)
    Roma (1902-1928)
    (Fabre Line)

    2,671 gross tons, length 411.1ft x beam 46.1ft, two funnels, two masts, single screw, speed 15 knots. accommodation for 54-1st and 1,400-3rd class passengers. Launched on 14th Aug.1901 by Forges & Chantiers de la Mediteranee, La Seyne for the Fabre Line, Marseilles, she started her maiden voyage on 30th Apr.1902 from Marseilles to Naples and New York. Calls at Lisbon, Azores and Providence R.I. were also made. In 1912 accommodation for 60-2nd class passengers was added and in Apr.1928 she made her last Marseilles - New York voyage. Dec.1928 scrapped at La Seyne. [North Atlantic Seaway, vol.3 , p.1134 by N.R.P.Bonsor]

    Passengers:
    24 Jun 1902: Salvatore Girimonte (#1892)
    10 Oct 1906: Michele Domenico Girimonte (#1050)
    17 Jul 1907: Ercole Girimonte (#2566)
    03 Nov 1921: Pasquale Girimonte (#2584)
    Italia (1903 - 1923)
    (Anchor Line)

    4,806 gross tons, length 400ft x beam 49.2ft, one funnel, two masts, single screw an a speed of 14 knots. Accommodation for 20-1st an 1,400-3rd class passengers. Built by D.& W.Henderson, Glasgow, she was launched for the Anchor Line of Glasgow on 7th Dec.1903. Her maiden voyage started on 9th Feb.1904 when she left Genoa for Leghorn, Naples and New York. In May 1918 she made her last Mediterranean - New York voyage before being used for three voyages as a North Atlantic troopship. On 31st Dec.1918 she commenced her first Glasgow - New York sailing and resumed New York - Mediterranean sailings on 22nd Jan.1919. Her last voyage between Trieste, Messina, Palermo and New York started on 10th Jul.1922 and on 18th Nov.1922 she resumed Glasgow - New York sailings. After one more voyage on this service (comm.18th Jan.1923), she was scrapped in June 1923. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.1,p.466]

    Passengers:
    30 Apr 1906: Michele Girimonti (#632)
    15 Jun 1906: Luigi Antonio Francesco Girimonte (#317)
    Baltic (1903 - 1933)
    White Star Line

    The Baltic was a 23,876 gross ton ship built in 1903 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast for the White Star Line. Her details were - length 709.2ft x beam 75.6ft, two funnels, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 17 knots. There was accommodation for 425-1st, 450-2nd and 2,000-3rd class passengers. Launched on 21st Nov.1903, she sailed from Liverpool on her maiden voyage to New York on 29th Jun.1904. In 1909 she rescued survivors of the collision between the REPUBLIC and the FLORIDA off the US coast, in which the REPUBLIC sank. On 12th Dec.1918 she commenced her first voyage after the Armistice, from Liverpool to New York and in 1927 her accommodation was altered to carry 393-cabin class, 339-tourist class and 1,150-3rd class passengers. On 17th Sep.1932 she commenced her last voyage from Liverpool to New York and Liverpool and on 17th Feb.1933 sailed for Osaka, Japan where she was scrapped. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.763]

    Passengers:

    29 May 1910: Bridget Clear (#4169)
    Re D'Italia (1906-1929)
    (Lloyd Sabaudo)

    She was a 6,560 gross ton ship, built by Sir J. Laing & Sons Ltd, Sunderland (engines by G. Clark Ltd, Sunderland) in 1906 for Lloyd Sabaudo of Italy. Her details were - length 430ft x beam 52.7ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 15 knots. Accommodation for 120-1st and 1,900-3rd class passengers. Launched on 22nd Dec.1906, she left Genoa on her maiden voyage to Naples, Palermo and New York on 6th Apr.1907. Her first voyage after the Armistice from Genoa to Marseilles and New York started on 27th Apr.1919 and in 1920 was refitted to carry 2nd and 3rd class passengers only. She continued Mediterranean - New York sailings until 1922 when she was transferred to the South America service. On 26th Oct 1923 she resumed the Genoa - Naples - Palermo - New York route for one round voyage and was scrapped at Genoa in 1929. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1367]

    Passengers:
    29 Dec 1908: Gaetano Girimonte (#568)
    29 Dec 1908: Michele Girimonte (#761)
    Adriatic (1906-1934)
    (White Star Line)

    The ADRIATIC was a 24,541 gross ton ship, length 709.2ft x beam 75.5ft, two funnels, four masts, twin screw and a speed of 17 knots. Accommodation for 425-1st, 500-2nd and 2,000-3rd class passengers. Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, she was launched for the White Star Line on 20th Sep.1906 and left Liverpool on her maiden voyage to New York on 8th May 1907. On 22nd May 1907 she sailed from New York for Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton and on 5th Jun.1907 she started Southampton - Cherbourg - Queenstown (Cobh) - New York sailings. Her last voyage on this route started on 26th Jul.1911 and she then resumed Liverpool - New York voyages. Refitted in 1919 to carry 400-1st, 465-2nd and 1,300-3rd class passengers, she resumed Southampton - New York sailings on 3rd Sep.1919. Transferred to the Liverpool - New York route on 13th May 1922 and in 1928 was again refitted to carry 506-cabin, 560-tourist and 404-3rd class passengers. Her last Liverpool - New York sailing started on 25th Feb.1933 and after a period spent cruising, she was laid up at Liverpool. In 1934 the White Star Line and Cunard merged to become the Cunard-White Star Line and the ADRIATIC started a single round voyage on 24th Feb.1934 from Liverpool to Cobh, Halifax, Boston, New York, Boston, Halifax, Galway, Cobh and Liverpool. Subsequently used for cruising, she sailed from Liverpool on 19th Dec.1934 for Osaka where she was scrapped. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.763-4]

    Passengers:
    15 Mar 1913: Angelo Giuseppe Raffaele Girimonte (#316)
    04 Feb 1914: Teresa Girimonte (#1538)
    Themistocles (1907 - 1933)

    MORAITIS / THEMISTOCLES 1907
    6,045 gross tons, length 400ft x beam 50ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw, speed 13 knots, accommodation for 100-1st and 1,500-3rd class passengers. Launched 16th Apr.1907 by J. Priestman & Co, Sunderland for Hellenic Transport Line, Greece. 1st Jul.1907 maiden voyage Piraeus - Patras - Gibraltar - Bermuda - New York. 5th Sep.1908 last voyage Smyrna - Piraeus - Patras - Algiers - New York (8 Round voyages). 1908 sold to Hellenic Transatlantic S.N. Co renamed THEMISTOCLES. 12th Nov.1908 first voyage Smyrna - Piraeus - Kalamata - Patras - New York. Nov.1912 taken over as Greek military transport. 12th Jul.1913 resumed Piraeus - New York service. 24th Oct.1914 last voyage Piraeus - Kalamata - Patras - New York. 1914 transferred to National Greek Line and 21st Nov.1914 started first voyage Piraeus - Kalamata - Patras - Palermo - New York. 28th Aug.1924 last voyage Piraeus - Kalamata - Patras - New York except for one Piraeus - New York voyage starting on 14th Sep.1927. 1933 scrapped .[North Atlantic Seaway, vol.3,p.1371 by N.R.P. Bonsor]

    Passengers:

    27 Sep 1910: Georgios Maniotis (#120)
    Ancona (1908-1915)
    (Italia Line)

    The ANCONA was owned by the Italia Line of Genoa. She was a 8,188 gross ton ship, length 482.3ft x beam 58.3ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 16 knots. Accommodation for 60-1st and 2,500-3rd class passengers. Built by Workman Clark & Co Ltd, Belfast, she was launched on 19th Dec.1907. Her maiden voyage started on 26th Mar.1908 when she left Genoa for Naples, New York and Philadelphia. In 1909 accommodation for 120-1st class passengers was added and in Sep.1910 she was refitted to carry 60-1st and 120-2nd class. On 7th Nov.1915 she was torpedoed and sunk by an Austrian submarine south of Sardinia while on passage from Italy to New York with the loss of 206 lives. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.3,p.1383]

    Passengers:
    25 Sep 1912: Gaetano Girimonte (#568)
    25 Sep 1912: Francesco Girimonte (#1715)
    08 Jul 1913: Salvatore Donato Girimonte (#2218)
    Caroline (1908-1921)
    (Compagnie Generale Transatlantique)

    The CAROLINE was a 6,693 gross ton ship, built by Chantiers & Ateliers de Provence, Port de Bouc in 1908 for Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (French Line). Her details were - length 413.2ft x beam 52.1ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a service speed of 14 knots. She was built with accommodation for 50-2nd and 46-3rd class passengers, but this was soon increased to 150-2nd and 750-3rd class. Launched on 14/7/1908, she sailed from Havre on her maiden voyage to New York on 26/12/1908. After 25 round voyages on this service, the last starting 27/4/1912; she transferred to the Havre - Quebec - Montreal service in August 1912. Her sixth and last voyage on this route was in July 1914 when the service was curtailed due to the outbreak of the Great War. On 31/7/1920 she commenced Bordeaux - New York sailings with cabin and 3rd class passengers, and started her last crossing on 12/4/1921. In 1929 she was renamed JACQUES CARTIER and became an officers cadets' training ship. She commenced sailings from Havre to New York with cargo only on 1/12/1929 and in December 1931 was laid up at Brest. In 1934 she was scrapped at Genoa. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.2,p.660]

    Passengers:
    25 Oct 1913: Vito Losquadro (#165)
    25 Oct 1913: Caterina Losquadro (#138)
    Sant'Anna (1910 - 1918)
    (Fabre Line)      

    Built by Forges et Chantiers de la Mediterranee, La Seyne, France, 1910. 9,350 gross tons; 470 (bp) feet long; 56 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 knots. 1,970 passengers (70 first class, 150 second class, 1,750 third class).Two masts and two funnels.

    Built for Fabre Line, French flag, in 1910 and named Sant Anna. Mediterranean-New York service. Torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off north Africa (Tunis) on April 11, 1918.

    Passengers:
    30 Sep 1911: Antonio Saverio Girimonti (#330)
    10 Jan 1914: Antonio Girimonte (#1658)
    10 Jan 1914: Antonio Girimonte (#1981)
    28 Feb 1914: Domenico Ierimonte (#3314)
    Stampalia (1912-1916)
    (La Veloce line)

    Built by Cantieri Navale Riuniti, La Spezia, Italy, 1909. 8,999 gross tons; 476 (bp) feet long; 55 feet wide. Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw. Service speed 16 knots. 2,500 passengers (100 first class, 2,400 third class).Two funnels and two masts.

    Built for La Veloce Line, in 1909 and named Oceania (1909). Genoa-Naples-Palermo-New York service. Renamed Stampalia in 1912. Italy-New York service. Torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine in the Aegean Sea on August 16, 1916.

    Passengers:
    10 Sep 1912: Giosafatte Lacalamita (#137)
    17 Mar 1913: Francesco S. Girimonte (#556)
    20 Feb 1914: Tommaso Girimonte (#2284)
    20 Feb 1914: Rosina Maria Girimonte (#2286)
    Patria (1914-1940)
    (Fabre Line)

    11,885 gross tons, length 489.8ft x beam 59.8ft, three funnels, two masts, twin screw, speed 17 knots, accommodation for 140-1st, 250-2nd and 1,850-3rd class passengers. Launched on 11th Nov.1913 by Forges & Chantiers de la Mediteranee, La Seyne for the Fabre Line, Marseilles. She started her maiden voyage on 16th Apr.1914 Marseilles, Naples, Palermo and New York and was on the North Atlantic service for much of WWI. On 24th Apr.1931 she started her last voyage from Marseilles to New York, Boston, Azores, Lisbon and Marseilles. In Jan.1932 she was chartered to Messageries Maritimes for use on their Marseilles - Eastern Mediterranean services. 1940 sold to Messageries Maritimes. June 1940 laid up at Haifa following the surrender of France. Nov.1940 Entered service under British control and was supposed to leave for Mauritius on 23rd Nov. with 1,900 emigrants from Palestine, but the sailing date was postponed and she waited at Haifa with the emigrants still on board. On the morning of 25th Nov. the ship was wrecked by three explosions, heeled over and lay on her side in shallow water with the loss of 279 lives. The perpetrators of this sabotage were never identified. In 1952 the wreck was scrapped. [Great Passenger Ships of the World, vol.2 by A. Kludas - contains photos] [North Atlantic Seaway, vol.3 by N.R.P.Bonsor]

    Passengers:
    03 Feb 1917: Giosafatte Lacalamita (#137)
    29 Mar 1920: Luigi Antonio Francesco Girimonte (#317)
    Conte Verde (1923-1932)
    (Lloyd Sabaudo)

    18,765 gross tons, length 559ft x beam 74.1ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw, service speed 18.5 knots, accommodation for 230-1st, 290-2nd and 1,880-3rd class passengers. Crew 440. Built by Beardmore, Glasgow, she was launched for Lloyd Sabaudo, Genoa on 21st Oct.1922 and started her maiden voyage from Genoa for Buenos Aires on 21st Apr.1923. First voyage Genoa - New York started 13th Jun.1923. In Jan.1932 she was transferred to 'Italia' Flotta Riunte, Genoa and on 28th Aug.1932 started her first Trieste - Shanghai voyage. Later the same year, her ownership passed to Lloyd Triestino, Trieste and her accommodation was refitted to carry 250-1st, 170-2nd and 220-3rd class passengers. On 2nd Sep.1937 she went ashore on Cape Collinson off Hong Kong in a typhoon, and was refloated with great difficulty. Laid up at Shanghai in 1940, she made a few voyages in 1942 as a prisoner of war exchange ship between Japan and China on charter to the Japanese Government. After the Italian surrender, the ship was scuttled by the crew on 9th Sep.1942 at Shanghai before the Japanese could take possession of it. Salvaged and taken to Japan after temporary repairs, she was refitted as a Japanese troop transport and renamed KOTOBUKI MARU. On 8th May 1945 she was sunk near Maizuru at 34.30N 126.30E following a US air raid (believed sunk by mine laid by aircraft). Refloated in Jan.1949 and scrapped in Japan by Mitsui in 1951.[Great Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vol.2] [The World's Merchant Fleets 1939 by Roger Jordan]

    Passengers:
    04 Oct 1923: Domenico Girimonte (#1556)
    16 Feb 1924: Giovanni Girimonte (#726)
    16 Feb 1924: Giuseppina Pasculli (#1115)
    16 Feb 1924: Maria Girimonte (#1121)
    Saturnia (1925-1965)
    (Italia Line)

    The SATURNIA was a 23,940 gross ton ship, length 630ft x beam 80ft, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 19 knots. Accommodation for 305-1st, 460-2nd, 310-intermediate and 700-3rd class passengers. Built by Cantiere Navale Triestino, Monfalcone, she was launched for the Cosulich Line on 29th Dec.1925 and started her maiden voyage from Trieste for Naples, Marseilles and South America on 21st Sep.1927. On 1st Feb.1928 she started Mediterranean - New York sailings and in 1937 was transferred to the ownership of Italia Line. Interned in New York in May 1940, she was seized by the USA in Dec.1941, and in 1945 became the US Hospital Ship FRANCES Y.SLANGER. Returned to Italy in Nov.1946, she reverted to SATURNIA, was rebuilt to carry 240-1st, 270-2nd and 860-tourist class passengers and commenced Genoa - Naples - New York sailings on 20th Jan.1947. Her last voyage on this service started on 3rd Oct.1955 and she then transferred to Mediterranean - US/Canada sailings. On 7th Mar.1965 she commenced her final voyage from Trieste to Venice, Patras, Naples, Palermo, Gibraltar, Lisbon, Halifax, New York, Boston, Lisbon, Gibraltar, Naples, Palermo, Patras, Venice and Trieste. She was scrapped at Spezia the same year.[North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.4,p.1619]

    Passengers:
    31 Jul 1938: Francis H. Geremonte (#1247)
    05 Aug 1950: Luigi Antono Francesco Girimonte (#317)
    Roma (1926-1932)
    (Navigazione Generale Italiana)

    The ROMA was built by G.Ansaldo & Co, Sestri Ponente, Italy in 1926 for Navigazione Generale Italiana. She was a 32,583 gross ton ship, overall length 709ft x beam 82.6ft, two funnels, two masts, four propellers and a speed of 20 knots. There was capacity for 375-1st, 300-2nd, 300-intermediate and 700-3rd class passengers. Launched on 26th Feb.1926, she sailed from Genoa for Naples and New York on 21st Sep.1926. In Nov.1931 she made her last voyage on this service and in 1932 came under the control of the Italian company Italia. She resumed Genoa - Naples - New York sailings for her new owners on 15th Jan.1932, and in Apr.1933 was refitted to accommodate 1st, 2nd, tourist and 3rd class passengers. In February and April 1935 she made two Trieste - New York voyages under charter to Cosulich Line and was then transferred to the Genoa - Naples - South America service. On 29th Apr.1940 she made a single round voyage between Trieste - Venice - New York and Genoa and in 1943 was converted to an aircraft carrier for the Italian navy and renamed AQUILA. She was damaged by bombing at Genoa on 16th Jun.1944, and on 19th Apr.1945 was sunk by aerial torpedoes. The wreck was towed to Spezia in 1945 and was scrapped in 1951. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.4,p.1617]

    Passengers:
    20 Feb 1930: Michele Ierimonte (#3715)
    03 May 1930: Mariantonia Girimonte (#2290)
    03 May 1930: Salvatore Bilotta (#2291)
    03 May 1930: Francesco Bilotta (#2292)
    03 May 1930: Fortunato Bilotta (#2293)
    03 May 1930: Porzia Bilotta (#2294)
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