List of Italian destroyers

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Italian Destroyer "Durand de la Penne" in 2004

This is a list of destroyers of the Regia Marina and Marina Militare, sorted by era and class.

Regia Marina[edit]

World War I[edit]

  • Fulmine
  • Lampo class
  • Nembo class
    • in Brindisi: Nembo, Turbine, Espero, Borea, Aquilone
    • in Venice: Zeffiro
  • Soldato class
    • in Taranto: Granatiere
    • in Venice: Bersagliere, Garibaldino, Corazziere, Lanciere, Artigliere, Alpino, Fuciliere, Pontiere, Ascaro
  • Indomito class
    • in La Spezia: Impetuoso
    • in Taranto: Impavido, Insidioso, Irrequieto
    • elsewhere: Indomito, Intrepido
  • Ardito class
  • Audace class
  • Rosolino Pilo class
    • 8 vessels - Rosolino Pilo, Giuseppe Cesare Abba, Pilade Bronzetti, Giuseppe Missori, Antonio Mosto, Ippolito Nievo, Francesco Nullo, Simone Schiaffino
  • Alessandro Poerio class
  • Aquila class
    • 4 vessels, originally ordered by Romania
  • Mirabello class
    • 3 vessels - Carlo Mirabello, Carlo Alberto Racchia, Augusto Riboty
  • La Masa class
    • 8 vessels - Giuseppe La Masa, Angelo Bassini, Agostino Bertani, Benedetto Cairoli, Giacinto Carini, Nicola Fabrizi, Giuseppe La Farina, Giacomo Medici
  • Giuseppe Sirtori class
    • 4 vessels - Giuseppe Sirtori, Giovanni Acerbi, Vincenzo Giordano Orsini, Francesco Stocco

World War II[edit]

"Cacciatorpediniere" Oriani in 1940

Cancelled ships[edit]

Captured ships[edit]

  • Premuda - former Yugoslav destroyer Dubrovnik captured in April 1941
  • Beograd class
    • 2 former Yugoslav destroyers captured in April 1941

Marina Militare[edit]

Post-World War II[edit]

See also[edit]