IT Andrea Doria class

Guided-Missile Cruiser
ships



1964    


Guided-Missile Cruiser Andrea Doria class

A third unit Enrico Dandolo (C 555) was cancelled.

    Derivatives / Succeeded by
IT H Vittorio Veneto class 1969


Specifications

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500crew
6500full load (tn)
149.30length (m)
17.20beam (m)
4.90draught (m)
6000range (nm)
30max speed (knots)
4Naval Engine boilers
2Naval Engine steam turbines
1Missile Launcher Mk 10 Terrier
8Naval Gun Oto Melara 76 mm

Aircraft

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    Typical Max
IT Italian Navy Agusta AS-61 22
IT Italian Navy Agusta AB212 04
IT Italian Navy Sikorsky S-58 H-34 22

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Shipyards

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IT Castellammare di Stabia - Castellammare di Stabia1
IT Fincantieri Riva Trigoso - Sestri Levante1


List of Ships

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ITItalian NavyC 553Andrea Doria55319641992
ITItalian NavyC 554Caio Duilio55419641990
ITItalian NavyC 550Vittorio Veneto class Vittorio VenetoIAJV - 55019692006



3 units


Events

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1958Laid downIT C 554 Caio Duilio
1958-may-11Laid downIT C 553 Andrea Doria
1962LaunchedIT C 554 Caio Duilio
1963-feb-27LaunchedIT C 553 Andrea Doria
1964CommissionedIT C 553 Andrea Doria
1964CommissionedIT C 554 Caio Duilio
1977-nov-29AircraftIT C 554 Caio Duilio ab204 3-13 accident
1988-sep-26Port VisitIT C 554 Caio Duilio Fleet Review: Australia Bi-centennial Naval Salute to Sydney for Australian Bi-centennial Fleet Review
1990DecommissionedIT C 554 Caio Duilio
1990Fate: scrappedIT C 554 Caio Duilio
1992DecommissionedIT C 553 Andrea Doria
2001Fate: scrappedIT C 553 Andrea Doria cantieri Simont di Napoli


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