|Ship Class||Oriani-class Destroyer|
|Builder||OTO Livorno, Tuscany, Italy|
|Commissioned||1 Dec 1937|
|Sunk||28 Mar 1941|
|Displacement||1,559 tons standard; 2,470 tons full|
|Machinery||Three Thornycroft boilers, two Parsons steam turbines, two shafts|
|Power Output||48,000 shaft horsepower|
|Range||2,190nm at 18 knots|
|Armament||2x2x120mm guns, 2x2x37mm guns, 6x13.2mm guns, 2x3x533mm torpedo tubes, 56 mines|
Contributor: C. Peter Chen
ww2dbaseDestroyer Vittorio Alfieri was sunk during the Battle of Matapan in Mar 1941.
Last Major Revision: Dec 2007
Vittorio Alfieri Operational Timeline
|1 Dec 1937||Vittorio Alfieri was commissioned into service.|
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