- Class: Aquila (ex-S.S. Roma) - 1 aircraft carrier
- Displacement: 23,350 tons
- Dimensions: 680.1 x 96.5 x 24 ft.
- Machinery: 4-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 140,00 = 30 knots
- Armor: Bulge of reinforced concrete 600 mm., plus horizontal partial protection of 76mm.
- Armament: 8-5.3 in., 12-65 mm. A.A.
- Aircraft: 36 (Re 2001)
- Complement: 1,165 (Navy) + 200 (Air Force)
- Builder: Ansaldo, Genoa
- Built: 1926
- Conversion: commenced Jul 1941
- Service: Originally built as as passenger liner of 30,816 tons, with
service speed of 21 knots. Machinery replaced by turbines from two suspended
light cruisers. Ready for sea trials, but without aircraft, at time of Italian
armistice. Captured by the Germans, she was damaged by bombs on 16 Jun 1944, and then on 19 Apr 1945 by human torpedoes manned by joint Italian-British crews. Scuttled, refloated in 1946, and moved to La Spezia. Dismantled, 1951-2.