Adriatica Line
('Adriatica' Società di Navigazione)

Italy


(From the collection of David Levine)
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Sailings (issued August 1937)

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Sailings April-June 1937 (issued May 1937)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Celio
Rodi
Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Piraeus, Istanbul
Calitea Trieste, Venice, Fiume, Brindisi, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria.
Return voyages omitted Fiume.
(Partial schedule as far as Piraeus only.)
Piero Foscari Genoa, Naples, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria.
(Partial schedule as far as Piraeus only.)
Filippo Grimani Trieste, Venice, Bari, Brindisi, Piraeus, Rhodes, Izmir.
(Partial schedule as far as Piraeus only.)

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Sailings effective May 1938 (issued May 1938)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Calitea Trieste, Venice, Fiume, Brindisi, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria.
Return voyages omitted Fiume.
Rodi Venice, Bari, Brindisi, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria.
Return voyages: Alexandria, Rhodes, Piraeus, Brindisi, Bari, Trieste, Venice.
Città di Bari Brindisi, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria
Egeo Genoa, Naples, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria
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Venice, Trieste, Fiume, Yugoslavian and Albanian ports, Piraeus, Italian islands in the Aegean (Patmos, Leros, Kalymnos, Kos), Rhodes.
Return voyages: Rhodes, Italian islands of the Aegean, Izmir, Piraeus, Corfu, St. Quaranta, Brindisi, Valona, Durazzo, Gravosa, Split, Zara, Fiume, Trieste, Venice.

Sailings January-December 1939 (issued February 1, 1939) for:
Esperia, Egeo, Calitea, Marco Polo, Filippo Grimani, Palestina, Gerusalemme, Galilea

Ports of call:
Genoa, Naples, Syracuse, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria, Haifa, Beirut;
Trieste, Venice, Fiume, Brindisi, Piraeus, Rhodes, Alexandria, Haifa, Beirut;
Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Piraeus, Istanbul;
Trieste, Brindisi, Larnaca, Jaffa, Tel-Aviv, Haifa, Beirut

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Sailings May-October 1949
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Diana Genoa, Marseilles, Naples, Piraeus, Istanbul
Carso
T. Campanella
Genoa, Marseilles, Piraeus, Istanbul.
(Freight only.)
Loredan
Otranto
Rovigo
Trieste, Venice, Istanbul.
(Freight only.)

Sailings January-December 1952 (issued December 1951) for:
Barletta

Ports of call:
Venice, Bari, Brindisi, Piraeus, Istanbul

Sailings January-December 1952 (issued December 1951) for:
Esperia, Enotria

Ports of call:
Genoa, Naples, Syracuse, Alexandria, Beirut, Bari, Brindisi, Venice, Trieste

Sailings April-December 1952 (issued April 1952) for:
Campidoglio

Ports of call:
Trieste, Venice, Bari, Brindisi, Piraeus, Alexandria, Port Said, Beirut, Mersina, Famagusta, Rhodes, Izmir

Sailings January-December 1953 (issued October 1952) for:
Esperia, Enotria

Ports of call:
Genoa, Naples, Syracuse, Alexandria, Beirut, Bari, Brindisi, Venice, Trieste
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Sailings February-December 1956 (issued September 1955) for:
Campidoglio

Ports of call:
Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Bari, Piraeus, Alexandria, Port Said, Beirut, Famagusta, Rhodes, Istanbul, Izmir

(Image courtesy of Giovanni Belfiore)
Sailings December 1955-December 1956
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Esperia Typical itineraries:
1) Genoa, Naples, Syracuse, Alexandria, Beirut (winter/spring).
Called occasionally at Larnaca between Beirut and Alexandria on return voyages.
2) Venice, Brindisi, Alexandria, Beirut.
Return voyages: Beirut, Alexandria, Bari, Venice, Trieste, Venice (summer/autumn).
Called at Port Said during summer/early autumn either before or after Beirut.
Enotria Typical itineraries:
1) As 1) for Esperia, except Syracuse only called at on homeward voyages and no calls at Larnaca (summer/autumn).
2) As 2) for Esperia, except no calls at Port Said (winter/spring).

(Image courtesy of Giovanni Belfiore)
Brochure for inclusive tours (incl. sailings) 1956
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Barletta
San Marco
San Giorgio
Ports in Italy, Greece and Turkey

Sailings January-December 1957 (issued February 1957) for:
Barletta

Ports of call:
Trieste, Venice, Ancona, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, Bari, Brindisi, Patras, Itea, Piraeus, Thessaloniki, Candia (Heraklion), Kalamata
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Sailings January-December 1957 (issued March 1957) for:
San Marco
San Giorgio

Ports of call:
Trieste, Venice, Bari, Brindisi, Piraeus, Istanbul, Izmir;
Genoa, Marseilles, Naples, Piraeus, Istanbul, Izmir
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(Image courtesy of Giovanni Belfiore)
Brochure for inclusive tours (incl. sailings) 1959
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Ausonia
Esperia
Ports in Italy, Egypt and Lebanon

(Image courtesy of Giovanni Belfiore)
Sailings 1970
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Enotria
Messapia
Ports in Italy, Piraeus, ports in Cyprus and Israel

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Sailings January-December 1974 (issued 1973)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Ausonia 1) Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Beirut, Famagusta, Izmir, Bari, Venice, Trieste (autumn/winter).
2) Venice, Brindisi, Rhodes, Beirut, Adalia, Heraklion, Nauplia, Katakolon, Dubrovnik, Bari, Venice (spring/summer).
3) Venice, Brindisi, Katakolon, Kusadasi, Istanbul, Varna, Odessa, Santorini, Corfu, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Bari, Venice (spring/summer).
Enotria 1) Trieste, Venice, Bari, Piraeus, Limassol, Haifa, Famagusta, Piraeus, Brindisi, Trieste (autumn/winter)
2) Trieste, Venice, Bari, Piraeus, Haifa, Limassol, Piraeus, Brindisi, Venice, Trieste (spring/summer).
Messapia 1) Genoa, Piraeus, Limassol, Haifa, Piraeus, Naples, Marseilles, Genoa (autumn/winter).
2) Genoa, Naples, Piraeus, Rhodes, Limassol, Haifa, Heraklion, Naples, Genoa (spring/summer).
San Giorgio 1) Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Piraeus, Istanbul, Izmir, Piraeus, Patras, Dubrovnik, Bari, Trieste (autumn/winter).
2) Genoa, Naples, Piraeus, Istanbul, Izmir, Piraeus, Naples, Marseilles, Genoa (autumn/winter).
3) Genoa, Naples, Delos/Mikonos, Istanbul, Izmir, Piareus, Marseilles, Genoa (spring/summer).
San Marco Same itineraries as 1) and 2) of San Giorgio above.
3) Trieste, Venice, Dubrovnik, Brindisi, Piraeus, Istanbul, Izmir, Mikonos, Santorini, Bari, Venice, Trieste (spring/summer).
Brennero
Stelvio
1) Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Beirut, famagusta, Lattakia, Mersin, Iskenderun, Izmir, Heraklion, Naples, Marseilles, Genoa (winter).
2) Genoa, Naples, Catania, Famagusta, Beirut, Lattakia, Iskenderun, Mersin, Heraklion, Izmir, Bari, Trieste (winter).
3) Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Beirut, Famagusta, Lattakia, Iskenderun, Rhodes, Heraklion, Naples, Barcelona, Marseilles, Genoa (spring/summer).
4) Genoa, Naples, Catania, Famagusta, Beirut, Lattakia, Adalia, Rhodes, Heraklion, Izmir, Bari, Venice, Trieste (spring/summer).
5) Genoa, Naples, Catania, Beirut, Famagusta, Lattakia, Iskenderun, Mersin, Heraklion, Izmir, Naples, Marseilles, Genoa (autumn).
Bernina Same itineraries as 1) - 4) of Brennero and Stelvio above.
5) Trieste, Venice, Brindisi, Beirut, Famagusta, Lattakia, Iskenderun, Mersin, Heraklion, Izmir, Bari, Trieste (autumn).
Illiria Venice, Dubrovnik, Itea, Piraeus, Delos/Mikonos, Kusadasi, Kos, Rhodes, Heraklion, Nauplia, Katakolon, Venice.

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