built by A & J Inglis Pointhouse Glasgow,
Yard No 292

Last Name: LIMBARA (1946)
Previous Names: 1910: TERRANOVA 1928: LIMBARA 1944: INNSBRUCK
Propulsion: steam, triple expansion, single screw, 12 knots
Launched: Thursday, 10/03/1910
Built: 1910
Ship Type: Passenger ship
Tonnage: 462 grt
Length: 153.9 feet (BP)
Breadth: 26.6 feet
Owner History:
Ferrovie dello Stato, Civitavecchia
1926 Cia Sardia di Armamento e Navigazione, Genoa
1937 'Tirrenia' SA di Nav
1940 Italian Navy requisition
1943 Seized by Germany 9/1943, Kreigsmarine hospital ship
1946 'Tirrenia' SA di Nav., Genoa
Status: Scrapped - 01/1964

Remarks: Completed: May 1910
Sunk by air attack at Venice 10/6/1944, raised and repaired
Scrapped at Palermo
Previous update by Bruce Biddulph

Last updated: by George Robinson from the original records by Stuart Cameron

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