Italian submarines in World War Two

Bario (UIT-7)

TypeSea going 
ClassTritone (type II) (27) 
Laid down 15 Mar 1943 Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico, Monfalcone
Launched23 Jan 1944
Commissioned16 Dec 1961
End service9 Sep 1943
Loss date16 Mar 1945
Loss position45° 47'N, 13° 33'E
History Captured by the Germans on 9th September 1943 and renamed UIT-7. Not completed and sunk in an Allied air attackon 16th March 1945. Raised and towed to Taranto in 1945. Reconstruction started at the Tosi shipyard at Taranto in 1953. Relaunched on 21st June 1959 as Bario. Renamed Pietro Calvi on completion. Decommissioned in 1971. Stricken on 1st April 1973.


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Ships hit

No ships hit by this submarine.

Patrols and events

 CommanderDateTimePortArr. dateArr. timeArr. portMilesDescription
9 Sep 1943Monfalcone9 Sep 1943MonfalconeCaptured on slip by the Germans, Renamed UIT-7 and launched on 23rd January 1944. Reported completed at Monfalcone on 1st August 1944 and was to be manned by an Italian crew. Scuttled on 1st May 1945.

116 Mar 1945Monfalcone16 Mar 1945MonfalconeSunk during an air raid.

21 May 1945Monfalcone1 May 1945ScuttledScuttled by the Germans.

3 entries. 3 total patrol entries (2 marked as war patrols) and 0 events.

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