SS Verona (1908)
|Owner:||Navigazione Generale Italiana, Genoa|
|Port of registry:||Italy|
|Builder:||Workman, Clark and Company, Belfast|
|Launched:||31 March 1908|
|Fate:||Sunk, 11 May 1918, off Cape Peloro by UC-52|
|Tonnage:||8,261 gross register tons (GRT)|
She was torpedoed by German submarine UC-52, under the command of Kapitänleutnant Hellmuth von Doemming off Cape Peloro at Coordinates: . The ship sank within 25 minutes, but many soldiers were saved because land was relatively close and several ships came to their rescue. Still around 880 lives were lost.
- "Launches and Trial Trips: Launches–Irish: Verona". The Marine Engineer and Naval Architect. Vol. 30. 1 May 1908. p. 420.