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Turkish destroyer TCG Zafer
|Builders:||C.T. Riva Trigoso, Italy|
|Preceded by:||Adatepe class destroyer|
|Displacement:||1225 tonnes standard, 1635 tonnes full load|
|Propulsion:||2 shaft Parsons geared steam turbines, 3 Thornycroft type boilers, 35,000 hp (26,100 kW)|
|Range:||3,500 nm at 15 knots|
|Armament:||4 - 120mm guns (2x2)
2 - 40mm AA guns
2 machine guns
6 - 533mm torpedo tubes (2x3)
The Tinaztepe class were two destroyers built in Italy for the Turkish Navy in the 1930s.
These ships were versions of the contemporary Italian Folgore class destroyer or Freccia class destroyer and were purchased while being built for the Italian Navy. In contrast with other Italian destroyers built for export they had their main armament mounted in two twin turrets.
|Tınaztepe||C.T. Riva Trigoso, Riva Trigoso||27 July 1931||6 June 1932||February 1954|
|Zafer||C.T. Riva Trigoso, Riva Trigoso||30 September 1931||6 June 1932||February 1954|
- Robert Gardiner, Conway's All The World's Fighting Ships, 1922-1946, Naval Institute Press, 1980, p. 407.