The Amerigo or full Amerigo Vespucci, an Italian three-masted full-rigged ship in 1931 and was named after the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci.
The keel was laid for the Amerigo Vespucci to Castellamare in 1930. On February 22, 1931 the ship was launched. It has since been used as a training ship for cadets of the Italian Navy. The vessel is constructed of steel, has a total length of 101 meters, of which the hull is 82.4 meters, and a width of 15.5 meters, and 7.3 meters deep protrudes. The masts are 43 meters, 54 meters and 50 meters high. The sail area is more than 2800m².
As a figurehead, the ship has a life-size statue of the namesake. The home of Amerigo Vespucci is La Spezia.
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