Italian submarines in World War Two
|Born||6 Jan 1906||Fiume|
Career informationBEILUL (S.T.V. officer): from 06.09.1939 to November 1940+.
SERPENTE (S.T.V. Navigation Officer): from 30.03.1942 to June 1942+.
Promoted to T.V. on ?
AMETISTA (T.V. C.O.): from 08.03.1943 to 02.06.1943.
ATROPO (T.V. C.O.): From 05.06.1943 to 19.06.1943.
S.9 (T.V. C.O.): From 26.08.1943? to 08.09.1943.
Commands listed for Emerico Siriani
|Ametista (AA)||Coastal / Sea going||T.V.||8 Mar 1943||2 Jun 1943|
|Atropo (AT, N.51)||Minelaying||T.V.||5 Jun 1943||19 Jun 1943|
|S 9 ()||Sea going||T.V.||26 Aug 1943||9 Sep 1943|
Ships hit by Emerico SirianiNo ships hit by this Commander.
War patrols listed for Emerico Siriani
|Submarine||Date||Time||Port||Arr. date||Arr. time||Arr. port||Miles||Description|
|Ametista (AA)||15 Mar 1943||0905||Portolago (Leros)||15 Mar 1943||1114||Portolago (Leros)||6,7||Trials.|
|Ametista (AA)||23 Mar 1943||1455||Portolago (Leros)||23 Mar 1943||1743||Parteni||13,5||Passage Portolago-Parteni.|
|Ametista (AA)||1 Apr 1943||0930||Parteni||1 Apr 1943||1137||Portolago (Leros)||9,5||Passage Parteni-Portolago (Leros).|
|Ametista (AA)||10 Apr 1943||0803||Portolago (Leros)||10 Apr 1943||1204||Portolago (Leros)||18,5||Exercises.|
|Ametista (AA)||18 Apr 1943||0802||Portolago (Leros)||18 Apr 1943||1134||Portolago (Leros)||28||Exercises. On 22nd April 1943, she was reported operational with two periscopes in working order.|
|Ametista (AA)||30 Apr 1943||0810||Portolago (Leros)||30 Apr 1943||1155||Portolago (Leros)||16,7||Exercises.|
|1.||Ametista (AA)||6 May 1943||0903||Portolago (Leros)||27 May 1943||1356||Brindisi||1896,5||Sailed with the submarine Onice until the Kaso Straits and patrolled in Gulf of Sirte, between 32°00'N and 32°50'N, and between 17°00'E and 17°40'E. Returned to Brindisi through 38°36'N, 18°48'E. She was instructed not to attack submarines.|
|6 May 1943||2115||35° 10'N, 26° 40'E||At 2115 hours, a Swedish relief ship was sighted at 20,000 metres.|
|9 May 1943||2130||33° 10'N, 18° 18'E||At 2130 hours, an illuminated ship was sighted at 20,000 metres steering 090°. Ametista closed to about 6,000 meters when the ship was identified as a hospital ship.|
|24 May 1943||0826||32° 44'N, 17° 36'E||At 0826 hours, a ship was sighted at 15,000 metres steering 090°. Ametista closed to 4,500 meters, when the ship was identified as a hospital ship. The submarine got as near as 3,000 metres before turning away.|
|25 May 1943||1230||35° 40'N, 18° 08'E||At 1230 hours, a squadron of eighteen four-engine bombers were sighted at 6,000 metres steering 330°. Ametista dived immediately to a depth of 50 meters.|
|25 May 1943||1350||35° 52'N, 18° 12'E||At 1350 hours, a large aircraft was seen at 8,000 metres and the submarine dived.|
|25 May 1943||1451||35° 53'N, 18° 12'E||At 1451 hours, a squadron of 18 four-engine bombers (probably the same squadron sighted before) was sighted at 6,000 metres on a southerly course. Ametista dived.|
|26 May 1943||0154||37° 40'N, 18° 38'E||At 0154 hours, a hospital ship was sighted steering 090°.|
|27 May 1943||1100||40° 52'N, 18° 16'E||At 1100 hours, the steamer Campidoglio (3,905 GRT, built 1932) was observed proceeding to Brindisi.|
|27 May 1943||1120||40° 56'N, 18° 15'E||At 1120 hours, a hospital ship and two "Protected" steamers were sighted. It was probably the hospital ship Gradisca sailing from Bari for Smyrna (Turkey) where a prisonner of war exchange was to take place.|
|Ametista (AA)||29 May 1943||1800||Brindisi||31 May 1943||1117||Fiume||400||Passage Brindisi-Fiume for refit.|
|2.||Atropo (AT, N.51)||6 Jun 1943||2000||Augusta||10 Jun 1943||0230||Lampedusa||Supply mission to Lampedusa. Uneventful.|
|3.||Atropo (AT, N.51)||10 Jun 1943||0434||Lampedusa||10 Jun 1943||2117||Lampedusa||Left Lampedusa to submerge during daylight hours outside the harbour and returned to complete the disembarkation of her cargo.|
|4.||Atropo (AT, N.51)||11 Jun 1943||0110||Lampedusa||16 Jun 1943||0820||Taranto||932||Return trip from supply mission to Lampedusa (mileage total).|
|11 Jun 1943||2255||34° 40'N, 13° 39'E||At 2255 hours, an aircraft was seen and the submarine dived.|
|11 Jun 1943||2320||34° 40'N, 13° 39'E||At 2320 hours, an aircraft was seen and the submarine dived.|
|S 9 ()||9 Sep 1943||Danzig||9 Sep 1943||Danzig||Seized by the Germans at the armistice. Did not carry out patrols.|
21 entries. 12 total patrol entries (4 marked as war patrols) and 11 events.