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Noteworthy Ships from Monfalcone Shipyard

KAISER FRANZ JOSEPH I                                             

 

First liner built in Monfalcone, when she was launched on the 9th September 1911, the Kaiser Franz Joseph I was also the largest passenger ship yet built in a Mediterranean shipyard. She had an overall length of 152,4 m (500 ft), a gross tonnage of 12,578 t, a service speed of 19 knots obtained from two quadruple expansion steam engines built in Scotland; she could carry 1984 passengers in three classes...

 

 

Kaiserin Elisabeth

 

Saturnia e Vulcania

 

Neptunia e Oceania

 

Pilsudski e Batory

 

Stockholm

 

Esperia

 

Giulio Cesare

 

Galileo Galilei e Guglielmo Marconi

 

Oceanic

 

Eugenio C.

 

 

 

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