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Wednesday, July 10th 2013, 3:17am

Republic of Italy Q3/42

Italian Naval Construction Summary: 1942 Q3

Patria e Onore


Factories
25 Total factories.
25 Factories dedicated to production of 25,000 tons of Naval material.
0 factories (designated) dedicated to the production of IP for a total of 0IP.

Material Transactions:
6868t rolled over from Q1/42
2000t acquired from the East African State

33868 tons available for use

Naval Construction Report

Aircraft Carrier Marcantonio Colona receives 3000t while freefloating at Orlando Taranto. 21000t of 37911t assembled. 16911t required, and estimated completion Q1/44.

Battleship Leonardo da Vinci receives 3000t while on one of CRDA Trieste's Class 4 slipways. 9000t of 45,275t assembled. 36275t required, estimated launch Q4/43 and estimated completion Q4/45.

Armored Cruiser Regina Elena receives 3000t while on one of CRDA Trieste's Class 4 slipways. 9000t of 30000t assembled. 21000t required, estimated launch Q1/43 and estimated completion Q2/44.

Cruiser Genoa receives 1625t added while on one of OTO La Spezia's Class 3 slipways. 4875t of 9750t assembled. 4877t required, launched Q3/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Cruiser Milan receives 1625t added while on one of Marghera Fincantieri's Class 3 slipways. 4875t of 9750t assembled. 4877t required, launched Q3/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Destroyer Venszia receives 562t added while freefloating at OTO La Spezia. 1687t of 2250t assembled. 563t required, estimated completion Q4/42.

Destroyer Ascaro receives 562t added while freefloating at Orlando Taranto. 1687t of 2250t assembled. 563t required, estimated completion Q4/42.

Destroyer Pontiere receives 562t added while freefloating at Napoli di Castellammare. 1687t of 2250t assembled. 563t required, estimated completion Q4/42.

Destroyer Ardente receives 562t added while freefloating at Napoli di Castellammare. 1687t of 2250t assembled. 563t required, estimated completion Q4/42.

Destroyer Ardito receives 562t added while freefloating at Marghera Fincantieri. 1687t of 2250t assembled. 563t required, estimated completion Q4/42.

Destroyer Animoso receives 562t added while freefloating at Messia di Castellammare. 1687t of 2250t assembled. 563t required, estimated completion Q4/42.

Destroyer Audace receives 562t added while freefloating at Massawa. 1687t of 2250t assembled. 563t required, launched Q2/42 and estimated completion Q4/42.

Submarines U-9 though U-11 receive 1150t in total in Orlando Taranto's Class 4 drydock. 3450t of 3450t assembled. 0t required, Launched, trials begin Q4/42.

Submarines U-12 though U-14 receive 1150t in total in Messia di Castellammare's Class 4 drydock. 3450t of 3450t assembled. 0t required, Launched, trials begin Q4/42.

Cruiser Vettor Pisani receives 1475t added while in Napoli di Castellammare's Class 3 drydock. 4425t of 7378t assembled. 2953t required, estimated refloating and estimated completion Q1/43.

Cruiser Sant' Achilleo receives 1332t added while in Orlando Taranto's Class 3 drydock. 3996t of 3996t assembled. 0t required, Refloated, trials begin Q4/42.

Cruiser San Bacco receives 1332t added while in Messia di Castellammare's Class 3 drydock. 3996t of 3996t assembled. 0t required, Refloated, trials begin Q4/42.

Destroyer l'Unità layed down with 562t added on OTO La Spezia's Class 1 slipway. 562t of 2250t assembled. 1688t required, estimated launch Q4/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Destroyer Solidarietà layed down with 562t added on Orlando Taranto's Class 1 slipway. 562t of 2250t assembled. 1688t required, estimated launch Q4/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Destroyer Integrità layed down with 562t added on Napoli di Castellammare's Class 1 slipway. 562t of 2250t assembled. 1688t required, estimated launch Q4/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Destroyer Concordia layed down with 562t added in Napoli di Castellammare's Class 1 drydock. 562t of 2250t assembled. 1688t required, estimated launch Q4/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Destroyer Armonia layed down with 562t added on Marghera Fincantieri's Class 1 slipway. 562t of 2250t assembled. 1688t required, estimated launch Q4/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Destroyer Purità layed down with 562t added on Messia di Castellammare's Class 1 slipway. 562t of 2250t assembled. 1688t required, estimated launch Q4/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Destroyer Incorrotti layed down with 562t added on Massawa's Class 1 slipway. 562t of 2250t assembled. 1688t required, estimated launch Q4/42 and estimated completion Q2/43.

Scraping Report
2099t available for reuse Q2/43 EDIT: Error Correction

A Capitan Romani class cruiser is scraped for 435t in one of OTO La Spezia's Class 3 drydocks.
A Capitan Romani class cruiser is scraped for 435t in one of OTO La Spezia's Class 3 drydocks.
A Turbine class Destroyer is scraped for 231t in OTO La Spezia's Class 1 drydock.
A Ruggiero class Destroyer is scraped for 409t in one of Orlando Taranto's Class 3 drydocks.
A Turbine class Destroyer is scraped for 231t in Orlando Taranto's Class 1 drydock.
A Darado class destroyer is scraped for 231t in Marghera Fincantieri's Class 1 drydock.
Three Brin class Submarines are scraped for 450t total in Marghera Fincantieri's Class 3 drydock.
The Cruiser Bari begins scraping for 622t in Fincantieri Cagliagi's Class 3 drydock, finished Q4/42.
A Leonardo da Vinci class submairne is scraped for 150t in Fincantieri Cagliagi's Class 3 drydock.
A Palestro class Destroyer is scraped for 136t in Mogadishu's Class 1 drydock.


Ships on Trials
Aircraft CarrierAndrea Doria

Infrastructure Projects
None

Current Order of Battle Note: Subject to error correction.
BB. 7(0)+1
CV. 11(1)+1
ACR. 9(0)+1
CL. 19(2)+2
DD. 54(0)+14
Submarines. 94(0)+6
Escorts. 122(0)+0
MAS. 70(0)+0

East African State Activities
2000t of naval material produced and sent to Italy

EAS Navy
1(0)+0 Cruisers
2(0)+0 Coastal Defense ships
1(0)+0 Submarine
20(0)+0 MAS

Summary of Expenditures
26557t out of 33868 t used in Naval construction.
0t out of 25698t used in payments.
26557t expended Q3/42.
7311t rollover to Q4/42.
You smug-faced crowds with kindling eye
Who cheer when soldier lads march by,
Sneak home and pray you'll never know
The hell where youth and laughter go.
-Siegfried Sassoon

This post has been edited 3 times, last edit by "snip" (Jul 17th 2013, 9:40pm)


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Wednesday, July 10th 2013, 5:43am

You scrapped the Capitani Romani cruisers without putting them on the market? Australia was interested in them. You can get a bigger profit from the market that scrapping.

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Wednesday, July 10th 2013, 8:45am

Whats done is done. The final two are slated to go to the breakers in Q4.
You smug-faced crowds with kindling eye
Who cheer when soldier lads march by,
Sneak home and pray you'll never know
The hell where youth and laughter go.
-Siegfried Sassoon

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "snip" (Jul 10th 2013, 8:54am)


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Wednesday, July 10th 2013, 11:51pm

DF, knowing you, you see them as large destroyers and they would end up in Mexico. :-)

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Thursday, July 11th 2013, 12:06am

Nah, they would be far too useful for operations in constrained waters like the DEI or the Solomons to sell off. Plus Australia is actually friendly with Italy and would not risk the chance to buy a Caraciolo or one of the heavy carriers in the future, by reselling to Mexico.

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Thursday, July 11th 2013, 12:16am

Quoted

Originally posted by Desertfox
Nah, they would be far too useful for operations in constrained waters like the DEI or the Solomons to sell off. Plus Australia is actually friendly with Italy and would not risk the chance to buy a Caraciolo or one of the heavy carriers in the future, by reselling to Mexico.

What makes you think I will be selling any of those ships?
You smug-faced crowds with kindling eye
Who cheer when soldier lads march by,
Sneak home and pray you'll never know
The hell where youth and laughter go.
-Siegfried Sassoon

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Thursday, July 11th 2013, 12:39am

Well I don't know, but I did discuss those sales with RA in the past although nothing came of them, and the ships are old enough and you have enough new ones that they could conceivably be sold. Wether they are or not, Australia wont risk the possibility of being blocked from buying because it resold stuff to Mexico.