didn't originally plan to make a website of all this, we does not remember
all the web-sources he have used. If you find any information here that was
taken from your site, please mail us and let us know. The sites that we have
used as a source are make with the word
-Source- (oh, how ingenious!)
The sites most recently added stay generally in the upper part of the page.
Navi d'Italia - A furnished site by Ernesto Bruno, containing informations about almost all Italian ships. Unfortunately only in Italian Language. -Source-
www.cineclubgenova.net - The site of the club of videdeomakers in Genoa that has produced the amateur documentary (only in Italian language) Michelangelo, fine di un transatlantico, fine di un'era" (Michelangelo: end of a liner, end of an era). The site is only in Ialian language.
http://www.greatcruisephotos.com/Italia.htm - site by Keith Franson, with plenty photos of cruise ships, but also some interesting photo of some Italian liners.
www.shipspotting.com - a great site about ships, with a forum and a large collection of photos sent by the users. -Source-
www.gianpaolovalenti.com - Blog of an ex-manager of the Italian Line. (only in Italian)
@itsfoto - A collection of photos about vessels, liners and cruise ships, by Uwe Delfs Jespersen (Copenhagen - Denmark)
http://www.ssmaritime.com/ - A site with plenty material about liners and cruise ships. It surely worths to be visited.
www.liners.splinder.com - The blog of Gaetano Anania. An interesting site about liners and the moder cruise ships. (Only in Italian language)
http://www.luxflux.org/n12/drills3.htm - Site about art, which has some images of the tapestries of Michelangelo and Raffaello (only in Italian)
http://www.caronia2.info/ Caronia II Timeline - Charting
the glittering career of Cunard's world-famous
http://www.locomobilia.com - Site by Roger Pena, where you can buy memorabilia about any kind of transports, also some about the Italian Line.
http://greenseaships.blogspot.com/ - Site by Barrett Hochhaus (Arizona - USA), especially dedicated to the naval modelling, ehre you can found other images of the radiocontrolled model of the Raffaello, and many other ships.
http://www.geocities.com/cparkerr/ - A single page but interesting about Michelangelo and Raffaello. -Source-
http://www.comandantesbisa.com - The personal site of the ex-Captain of Michelangelo Giovanni SbisÓ. An interesting site about his long career on the sea. (Only in Italian language)
http://www.worldshipny.com - A wide collection of images on liners and cruise ships related to New York port -Source-
http://www.modellinavali.com - A site about the naval models, with a lot of information and maps, but only in Italian language.
http://www.modelship.info/debrisfield/index1.html - Another site about the naval models, where you can found reviews about many model kits and other links related to naval models.
http://community.webshots.com/user/navitalia - The personal webgallery of Simone Bandini, with images of Italian lners. -Source-
www.pianetanave.altervista.org - Site in phase of construction, by Roberto Muna˛, dedicated to all the navigation companies in general and their ships, among them the Italia Navigazione. (Only in Italian language)