Italian submarines in World War Two

Coastal / Sea going type class Sirena

ClassSirena
TypeCoastal / Sea going
DesignBernardis
Description

Sirena class submarines

SubmarineName shortCommissionedLost
Ametista (AA)Ametista1 Apr 1934
Anfitrite (AN)Anfitrite22 Mar 1934
Diamante (DI)Diamante18 Nov 193320 Jun 1940
Galatea (GT, N.71)Galatea25 Jun 1934
Naiade (NA)Naiade14 Nov 193314 Dec 1940
Nereide (NE)Nereide18 Feb 193413 Jul 1943
Ondina (ON)Ondina19 Sep 193411 Jul 1942
Rubino (RU)Rubino21 Mar 193429 Jun 1940
Sirena (SI)Sirena2 Oct 1933
Smeraldo (SD)Smeraldo29 Nov 1933
Topazio (TP)Topazio26 Apr 193412 Sep 1943
Zaffiro (ZA)Zaffiro4 Jun 19349 Jun 1942

Technical information for Sirena class


Displacement:
(tons)
679 (sf)
842 (sm)
(total)
Length: (m) 60.200 oa
ph
Beam: (m) 6.45 oa
ph
Draught: (draft)4.660 m
Height: m
Power: (hp)1350 (sf)
800 (sm)
Speed:
(knots)
14.000 (sf)
8.000 (sm)
Range:
(miles / knots)
5000/8 (sf)
72/4 (sm)
Torpedoes:6
4/2 (bow / stern tubes)
Mines: No mines carried
Deck gun: 1 x 100/47
144 rounds
AA armament 2 x 1 13.2 mm
Crew: 4/32 (officers/men)
Max depth: ca. 80 m
(262 feet)
sm = submerged, sf = surfaced, ph = pressure hull,
oa = overall, hp = horsepower.

Italian submarine classes