Well, yes, the Conte di Savoia was scuttled and came to rest in relatively shallow water on an even keel. Her hull was in good condition and there was talk of restoring her as an austerity one class liner for the South American trade. But Italia, wisely, learned a lesson from the mediocre business done by the superliners and the excellent business done by the high quality midsize liners, and decided to go for a modern fleet of purpose built small mid-size ships like Antoniotto Usodemare, Augustus, Andrea Doria and Cristoforo Colombo. So the restorable Conte di Savoia was, in the end, scrapped. If you look closely at shipyard photos of the 'new generation' Italia ships being launched, you can often see the Conte di Savoia in the background on the right side of the frame in bow-angled shots.