|Class||R 1 (33)|| |
|Laid down ||13 May 1943 ||Odero-Terni-Orlando, Muggiano|
|Launched||29 Sep 1944|
|Loss date||24 Apr 1945|
|Loss position||44° 24'N, 8° 55'E|
|History ||Captured on the slipway by the Germans on 9th September 1943. Renamed UIT-3. Scuttled at Genoa on 24th April 1945. Salvaged postwar and used as oil hulk. In 2011, her conning tower was exposed at the Caserna Angelo Paolucci (also the site of the Ufficio Storico Della Marina Militare) in 2011. It was transferred to Gaeta in 2016 as part of a monument to submariners.|
|Commander||Date from||Date to||Command notes|
No ships hit by this submarine.
Patrols and events
| ||Commander||Date||Time||Port||Arr. date||Arr. time||Arr. port||Miles||Description|
|9 Sep 1943||La Spezia||9 Sep 1943||La Spezia||Captured by the Germans. Renamed UIT 3 and launched on 19 September 1944. |
|24 Apr 1945||Genoa||24 Apr 1945||Scuttled||Scuttled near eastern breakwater. Later raised and became a floating oil tank GR.523. Conning tower moved to Maricapitale (Caserna Angelo Paolucci, site of the Ufficio Storico Della Marina Militare) in 2011. Transferred to Gaeta in 2016 as part of a monument to submariners.|
2 entries. 2 total patrol entries (0 marked as war patrols) and 0 events.