Tirrenia
(Tirrenia S.p.A. di Navigazione)

Italy

Tirrenia was founded in 1932 from the merger of Florio and CITRA. Adria of Fiume joined later in the 1930s.

Tirrenia Flotte Riunite Florio-CITRA
Sailings January-December 1936
Vessel(s) Ports of call
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Naples, Palermo
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Naples, Palermo, Tripoli, Syracuse

Tirrenia Flotte Riunite Florio-CITRA
Sailings 1936
Vessel(s) Ports of call
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Naples, Palermo
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Naples, Palermo, Tunis

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Promotional/general information brochure (no sailings listed) (undated; c. early to mid-1950s)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Città di Alessandria
Città di Messina
Celio

(No vessels mentioned in the brochure but according to the Navi e Armatori website's pages on the history of Tirrenia these were the ones used for some years after the establishment of the Adriatic-Spain line in 1953.)

Venice, Ancona, Bari, Catania, Malta, Messina, Palermo, Naples, Leghorn, Genoa, Imperia (optional), Marseilles, Barcelona, Tarragona, Valencia.
Return voyages: Valencia, Marseilles, Imperia (optional), Savona (optional), Genoa Leghorn, Naples, Palermo, Messina, Malta, Catania, Bari, Trieste, Venice.

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Promotional brochure (no sailings listed) (undated; c. mid-1950s)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Calabria
Campania Felix
Lazio
Sardegna
Sicilia
1) Genoa, Porto Torres

2) Olbia, Civitavecchia

3) Cagliari, Civitavecchia

4) Cagliari, Naples

5) Cagliari, Palermo

6) Naples, Palermo, Tunis

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Promotional brochure (no sailings listed) (undated; c. early 1960s)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Città di Tunisi Naples, Catania, Syracuse, Malta, Tripoli

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This page last updated November 18, 2010.