Turkish Navy – Corvettes and Patrol Ships

Corvettes and Patrol Ships

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Ada class corvettes LOA 327′ / 99.7 m TDISP 2,400 tons (4 active, since 2011) Part of MILGEM project that will see further classes of frigate constructed.

USS Ross conducts passing exercise with TCG Heybeliada
TCG Heybeliada F-511 during a passing exercise with USS Ross DDG-71, 2014. [Detail of] US Navy Official 1584110 (PO1 John Herman)
Ada Class corvette Gölcük Kocaeli 2017Ada class corvette Marmaris 2019

Burak-class corvette LOA 264′ / 80.5 m TDISP 1,300 tons (6 active, built late 1970 for French Navy, service with Turkey since 2001) former French D’Estienne d’Orves-class avisos

TCG Bartın_(F-504)_in_İzmir_3
TCG Bartin F-504 in Izmir, 2007. The original uploader was KIZILSUNGUR at Turkish Wikipedia. / CC BY-SA 

Burak class corvette Marmaris 2018Burak class corvette Hacilar Limani 2018

Tuzla class patrol ship LOA 182′ / 55.5 m TDISP 400 tons (26 active)

Tuzla Class patrol boat, 2016. Credit: Ahmettanr.05 / CC BY-SA 

Tuzla-class Marmaris 2018

Kılıç class Fast Attack / Missile Boats LOA 205′ / 62.5 m TDISP 550 tons (9 active, service since 1998)

Kilic class missile_Сі_Бриз_2013_._Тренування_в_морі_кораблів_учасників_навчань_(26765277514)
TCG Meltem P-334 Kılıç class missile boat, ca. 2016. Ministry of Defense of Ukraine / CC BY-SA 

Kılıç class Fast Attack Boats Golcuk 2017

Fast Attack Craft (3 slightly different classes) Yildiz, Doğan, and Rüzgar classes LOA ca. 190′ / 57.9 m TDISP ca. 450 tons (10 active)

TCG_Rüzgâr P-344, 2004 Credit: Jorge Guerra Moreno / CC BY-SA

Turkish Fast Attack Craft Marmaris 2018

TCG Sultanhisar P-111 (1965-2002) Hisar Class Patrol Boat formerly USS PC-1638 built in Portland OR (1963-1964) LOA 175′ / 53.3 m TDISP 295 tons. Museum boat at Inciralti Sea Museum, Izmir.TCG Sultanhisar Izmir 2019

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