Tetal I and Tetal II classes LOA 305′ TDISP 1,600 tons (Tetal I – 2 in service, 2 retired; Tetal II – 2 in service, 2 unfinished, to be dismantled). Tetal II class can be distinguished by large helicopter facilities at stern.
Tetal II class Contraamiral Eustatiu Sebastian F-264 during Romanian Navy Day, Aug. 2018. US Navy Official 4651716 MC2 Jonathan Nelson
This should be all units of both Tetal classes left in commission at Mangalia: Tetal I class Amiral Petre Bărbuneanu (F-260 – 1983) and Vice-Amiral Eugeniu Roșca (F-263 – 1987) Tetal II class Contraamiral Eustațiu Sebastian (F-264 – 1988) and Contraamiral Horia Macellariu (F-265 – 1991)
ROS Amiral Petre Bărbuneanu F-260, Tetal 1 type at Constanta. Courtesy of Alan Holder-Twomlow
Zborul class (Soviet Tarantul class) LOA 184′ TDISP 450 tons (3 active, service starting in 1989)
ROS Lăstunul F-190 and other boats at Constanta. Courtesy of Alan Holder-Twomlow
Zborul Class missile boats including ROS Zborul F-188 and ROS Pescăruşul F-189, ca. 2011. MAPN / CC BY-SA
Epitrop Class LOA 121′ TDISP 215 tons (3 possibly still active, 11 built, service starting 1979) Romanian-built torpedo boat based on a Soviet Osa class missile boat.
A starboard view of two Romanian Navy Osa I Class fast attack missile boats Shoimul (194) and Vulturul (195), 1992. US Navy Official DN-SN-92-09492 Unknown / Public domain
Fast Attack Craft
Shanghai Class LOA 127′ TDISP 130 tons (24 built, some in China and some locally, all now retired)