Category:D'Arsonval (ship, 1941)

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Ship[edit]

  • Built by: Ansaldo Co., Genoa.
  • Length: 77.2 m
  • Breadth: 10.1 m
  • Depth: 3.9 m
  • Displacement 1715 tons
  • A twin paying out-picking up machine was fitted forward, no aft facilities were provided. Two cable tanks with a capacity of 3355 cubic feet were installed.

History[edit]

  • 1941 Named: GIASONE for the Italian Navy. Used for among other work for harbour defence and cable laying. Based at Genoa
  • Taken over by the Germans when the Italians surrendered.
  • Sunk in Marseilles harbour and refloated and refitted by the French PTT at the end of World War II. Renamed: D'ARSONVAL. Based at Brest.
  • December 1964 sold for scrap.

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