Cosulich Line
('Cosulich' Soc Triestina di Navigazione)

Italy

Austro-Americana, also known as Unione Austriaca after the Cosulich brothers bought an interest in the line in 1903,
was based in Trieste in Austria-Hungary. When that empire was dissolved after WW1 and Trieste became a part of Italy,
Austro-Americana was reorganized as Cosulich Line, which was merged into Italian Line in 1937.

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Austro-Americana
Sailings March-September 1913 (issued March 1, 1913)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Kaiser Franz Joseph I
Martha Washington
Typical voyage:
Trieste, Split or Dubrovnik, Patras, Palermo, Algiers.
Return: Algiers, Naples, Patras, Corfu, Trieste.

(The ports of call listed above were parts of voyages to/from New York and possibly other cities in North America. No other ports than those above are listed in the booklet.)

Argentina
Oceania
Laura
Alice
(one round voyage only)
Typical voyage:
Trieste, Patras, Palermo, Algiers.
Return: Algiers, Naples, Patras, Venice, Trieste or Algiers, Naples, Patras, Trieste.

(The ports of call listed above were parts of voyages to/from New York and possibly other cities in North America. No other ports than those above are listed in the booklet.)

Alice
Laura
(one voyage only)
Oceania (one round voyage only)
Trieste, Split or Dubrovnik, Naples, Barcelona, Las Palmas.
Return voyages: Las Palmas, Barcelona, Naples, Trieste.

(The ports of call listed above were parts of voyages to/from Brazil and/or La Plata. No other ports than those above are listed in the booklet.)

Francesca
Columbia
Sofia Hohenberg
(one round voyage only)
Trieste, Split or Dubrovnik, Patras, Almeria, Las Palmas.
Return voyages: Las Palmas, Almeria, Naples, Trieste.

(The ports of call listed above were parts of voyages to/from Brazil and/or La Plata. No other ports than those above are listed in the booklet.)

Sofia Hohenberg
Columbia
(one round voyage only)
Trieste, Split or Dubrovnik, Patras, Almeria, Las Palmas.
Return voyages: Las Palmas, Valencia, Naples, Trieste.

(The ports of call listed above were parts of voyages to/from Brazil and/or La Plata. No other ports than those above aret listed in the booklet.)

Sailings January-December 1928 (issued January 1928)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Saturnia
Vulcania
Typical voyages:
Trieste, Naples, Marseilles, New York.
Return: New York, Marseilles, Naples, Patras, Trieste.
Presidente Wilson Trieste, Spalato, Patras, Palermo, Naples, Lisbon, New York.
Return voyages: New York, Boston, Lisbon, Palermo, Naples, Patras, Spalato, Trieste.
Lloyd Triestino:
Helouan
Vienna
Trieste, Venice (Aug 1927-Feb 1928), Brindisi, Alexandria.
Return voyages: Alexandria, Brindisi, Venice (Feb-Aug 1928), Trieste.

Sailings June 1930-May 1931 (issued June 1930) for:
Saturnia, Vulcania

Ports of call:
New York, Boston, Azores, Lisbon, Gibraltar, Marseilles, Cannes, Naples, Patras, Trieste

Sailings January-December 1932 (issued January 1932) for:
Saturnia, Vulcania

Ports of call:
New York, Boston, Azores, Madeira, Casablanca, Lisbon, Gibraltar, Algiers, Cannes, Naples, Palermo, Messina, Patras, Ragusa (Dubrovnik), Venice, Trieste

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This page last updated April 7, 2009.