SS Giulio Cesare Archival Collection

Giulio Cesare (1920) Navigazione Generale Italiana

Built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Newcastle, England. Tonnage: 21,657. Dimensions: 602' x 76' (634' O.I.). Quadruple-screw, 19J^ knots. Four steam turbines. Two masts and two funnels. Laid down, December 13, 1913. Launched, February 7, 1920. Maiden voyage: Genoa-Naples-South America, May 4, 1922. Delay in completion of liner was due to World War I. Services: (a) North Atlantic (b) South Atlantic. Transferred to Italia Line in 1932. Placed in South Africa service in 1933. Acquired by Lloyd Triestino in 1935. Capsized and sunk at Trieste in May 1945. The hulk was broken up for scrap in 1947. Sister ship: Duilio.

Giulio Cesare (1951) Italia Line

Built by Cantieri Biuniti Dell' Adriático, Monfalcone, Italy. Tonnage: 27,694. Dimensions: 649' x 87' (680' o.l.). Twin- screw, 21 knots. Motorship. Single mast and one funnel. Keel laid, July 28, 1949. Launched, May 18, 1950. Maiden voyage from Italy to South America, October 27, 1951. Passengers: 180 first, 288 cabin, 714 tourist. Transferred to the North Atlantic service in 1956. Sister ship: Augustus.

Front Cover of a Second Class Passenger List from the SS Giulio Cesare of the Italia Line, Departing 22 May 1952 from Buenos Aires to Genoa via Barcelona and Villfranca

1952-05-22 SS Giulio Cesare Passenger List

  • Steamship Line: Italia Line
  • Class of Passengers: Second Class
  • Date of Departure: 22 May 1952
  • Route: Buenos Aires to Genoa via Barcelona and Villafranca
  • Commander: Captain Filippo Rando.

 

Principal Connections of the Italia Line, Cosulich Line, and Lloyd Triestino, from Genoa to South Africa, Gibraltar to South Africa, and Gibraltar to New York, from 15 September 1935 to 5 December 1935.

Principal Connections of the Italia Line, Cosulich Line, and Lloyd Triestino, from Genoa to South Africa, Gibraltar to South Africa, and Gibraltar to New York, from 15 September 1935 to 5 December 1935. Connecting Ships Included the Giulio Cesare, Duilio, Rex, and Roma. Transatlantic Ships Included the Conte di Savoia and Giulio Cesare. SS Rex Passenger List, 13 September 1935. GGA Image ID # 1ee5cb43d8

 

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