Albania,Adriatic Sea

Ansaldo San Giorgio I was built in Genoa and launched in 1918 for the Italian company Gio Ansaldo. She was renamed in 1928 to Probitas, and had a rather mundane career as a freighter without many notable events. The only exception was a court trial in the USA in 1935 over a dispute of a cargo of berries which had been delivered in a rather poor state. She was sunk 25. September 1943 under an air raid and rest today on her port side on a depth of 5 to 20 meter at Santa Quaranta, south of Sarande.

Former names:
Ansaldo San Giorgio I
392,9 x 51,7 x 27,6 f
Tons: Built: Home Port:
5084 grt
Genoa ( IT ) 1918
Genoa ( IT )

Picture: Probitas
Courtesy of Altervista

Last updated: December 2020