Libeccio (lit. "south-western wind") is a Maestrale-class destroyer built by Regia Marina in World War II era. She completed building on 2 September 1934.
Libeccio took part in the Battle of Punta Stilo; she was at anchor during the battle of Taranto, in which she suffered light damage from a bomb which didn't explode. Alternating between escorting major warships and escorting convoys towards the North African theater, she was accidentally rammed by a merchantmen on the 14 April 1941. She took part in the unsuccessful defense of the Duisburg convoy; while she was engaged in rescue operations, she was spotted and torpedoed by the submarine HMS Upholder, which caused her sinking on 9 November 1941.
- She has a brown hair.
- Her real-life identification mark "LI" is imprinted on her skirt.