List of ships of the line of Italy

Venetian "Madonna della Vigna" (first on the left) in battle against Ottoman ships in 1649

This is a list of Italian carracks, galleons and ships of the line of the period 1400-1858:
Italy was formed in 1861 with the union of several states, including the Two Sicilies (with Naples), and Piedmont-Sardinia, including Genoa, some Papal states and Tuscany. Later, Venice and Rome joined. Several of these states had their own naval forces. An * after a name indicates that that ship survived until 1861 and was incorporated into the Regia Marina.


At Battle of Lepanto: Left wing


Right wing


The 18th century

Naples/Two Sicilies

The Garibaldi in the Bay of Naples.

Under Charles III

Under Ferdinand I

Napoleonic period

After the restauration

Under Francis I

Under Ferdinand II

Under Francis II

Papal States


At Battle of Lepanto:

The fleet in 1604

The fleet in 1611

The 17th century

Ships of the line hired in the 18th century

The 19th century


The fleet in 1860



  1. Laudonio, Marco. La Repubblica. "Arsenale Pontificio, la rinascita." Op. cit. Ordine degli Architetti di Roma e Provincia.
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