List of major surface ships of the Ottoman steam navy

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This is a list of major ships of the Ottoman Steam Navy:

Contents

Wooden-hulled warships[edit]

Ship of the line (Kalyon)[edit]

Peyk-i Zafer (screw ship of the line)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Peyk-i Zafer[1]
("Satellite of Victory")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Sinop, Sinop
LPP 66.6m, B 17.0m, D 8.8m
3125t BM, Wood
9.5kts
750
Steam, 1 shaft
2 tubular, 315t coal
Horizontal direct acting 2 cyl., 2500ihp, R Naipier
86xguns (1842), 32x62pdr, 30x45pdr, 16x33pdr (1860)
1840
1841
1841
1842
1842
1878
1894 sold for breaking up.

Kosova (screw ship of the line)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Kosova[1]
(Kosovo)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 93.8m, LPP 90.3m, B 17.8m, D 7.3m
3464t BM, Wood
-
800
Steam, 1 shaft
4, -
1 set horizontal single acting, 3600ihp, Maudslay
32x62pdr, 34x45pdr (1865), 1x203mm ML A, 34x45pdr (1875), Disarmed (1878)
1851
1855
1858
1864
1864
1883

Fethiye class (screw ship of the line)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Fethiye[1]
("Conquest")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 69.4m, B 17.2m, D 8.2m
3526t BM / 3380t, Wood
9kts
800
Steam, 1 shaft
2, 350t coal
1 single acting 2cyl., R Naipier
32x62pdr, 30x45pdr, 4x33pdr (1858), 1x150pdr A, 34x45pdr (1875), Disarmed (1889)
1853
1853
30 Nov 1856
1858
1858
1903
1911 sold for breaking up.
Şadiye[1]
("Happiness")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, İzmit, İzmit
LPP 69.4m, B 17.2m, D 8.2m
3526t BM / 3380t, Wood
9kts
800
Steam, 1 shaft
2, 350t coal
1 single acting 2cyl., R Naipier
32x62pdr, 30x45pdr, 4x33pdr (1858), 1x150pdr A, 34x45pdr (1875)
1853
1853
1856
1858
1858
1878
1904 sold for breaking up.

Frigate (Fırkateyn)[edit]

Mecidiye class (paddle frigate)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mecidiye[2]
(Abdülmecid I)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 69.1m, B 11.7m, D 5.1m
1443t BM, Wood
9kts
320
Steam, side paddle
2, 150t coal
1 direct actiong 2 cyl., 900ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
2xlong 10 inch iron Paixhan guns on traversing carriages on upper deck, 4x32pdr upper deck, 24x32pdr main deck (1847), 4x32pdr main deck (1857)
1845
1846
1846
1847
1847
1896
1903 breaking up at Ereğli[disambiguation needed].
Tâif[2]
(Ta’if)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 69.1m, B 11.7m, D 5.1m
1443t BM, Wood
9kts
320
Steam, side paddle
2, 150t coal
1 direct actiong 2 cyl., 900ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
2xlong 10 inch iron Paixhan guns on traversing carriages on upper deck, 4x32pdr upper deck, 24x32pdr main deck (1847), 12x32pdr main deck (1857)
1845
1846
1847
1847
1847
1867
1868 breaking up at Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul.
Sâik-i Şâdî[2]
("Sender of Happiness")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 69.1m, B 11.7m, D 5.1m
1448t BM, Wood
9kts
320
Steam, side paddle
2, 150t coal
1 direct actiong 2 cyl., 900ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
2xlong 10 inch iron Paixhan guns on traversing carriages on upper deck, 4x32pdr upper deck, 24x32pdr main deck (1847), 12x32pdr main deck (1857)
1845
1846
1847
1847
1847
1867
1869 breaking up at Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul.
Feyzâ-i Bahrî[2]
("Abundance of the Sea")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 69.1m, B 11.7m, D 5.1m
1443t BM, Wood
9kts
320
Steam, side paddle
2, 150t coal
1 direct actiong 2 cyl., 900ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
2xlong 10 inch iron Paixhan guns on traversing carriages on upper deck, 4x32pdr upper deck, 24x32pdr main deck (1847), 12x32pdr main deck (1857), Disarmed (1867)
1845
1846
1848
1848
1848
1878
1880 breaking up at Istanbul.

Muhbir-i Sürûr (screw frigate)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Muhbir-i Sürûr[3]
("Informer of thrones"[citation needed])
Tersâne-i Âmire, Iskenderiye, Alexandria
LOA 69.5m, LPP 67.1m, B 12.0m, D 5.0m
1477t BM, Wood
10kts
350
Steam, 1 lifting screw
2, 200t coal
1 horizontal 2cyl., 900ihp, Miller & Ravenhill
22x60pdr (1850), 2x65mm QF K (1892)
1846
1846
1847
1848
1848 (Egypt Sarkiye)
1849 presented by Abbas I to Abdülmecid I.
1850 Ottoman Navy Muhbir-i Sürur.
1899 decommissioned
1904 sold for breaking up.

Kervân-i Bahri (steam frigate)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Kervân-i Bahrî[3]
("Caravan of the Sea")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 63.1m, B 15.1m, D 6.9m
1592t, Wood
9kts
275
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 250t coal
1 set direct actiong 2cyl., R Naipier
42xguns (1857), 2xguns (1868)
1852
1852
1853
1857
1856
1875
1878 breaking up at Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul.

Ertuğrul (steam frigate)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Ertuğrul[3]
(Ertuğrul)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 76.2m, B 15.1m, D 7.1m
2344t BM, Wood
10kts
400
Steam, 1 shaft
2, 350t coal
1 set direct acting 2 cyl., 2200ihp, Ravenhill, Salkeld
30x60pdr, 10x30pdr (1864), 1x203mm BL A, 30x60pdr, 10x30pdr (1876), 8x150mm BL K, 5x150mm BL A, 4x60mm K, 2x47mm RV H, 2x24.5mm N, 1xTT 455mm (WH)
1854
1855
1863
1865
1864
1888 sea cadet training ship
13 Sep 1890 sunk by heavy weather off Kii Ōshima, Higashimuro District. 584 lives lost.

Hüdâvendigâr class (screw frigate)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Hüdavendigâr[4]
(Murad I)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, İzmit, İzmit
LPP 75.2m, B 15.2m, D 7.1m
2897t BM, Wood
10kts
580
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 325t coal
1 set direct acting 2cyl., 2770ihp
16x60pdr upper deck, 20x32pdr main deck (1865), Disarmed (1882)
1856
1858
Oct. 1860
1864
1864
1882 exercise vessel for Fethiye.
1890 decommissioned
Nov. 1909 sold for breaking up.
Nâsr-ül Azîz[4]
("Holy Helper")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Gemlik, Gemlik
LPP 75.2m, B 15.2m, D 7.1m
2897t BM, Wood
10kts
580
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 325t coal
1 set direct acting 2cyl., 2770ihp
16x60pdr upper deck, 20x32pdr main deck (1865)
1856
1858
1861
1865
1865
22 Dec 1876 lost in heavy weather on the way from Bar to Alexandria at Pakus Island.

Selimiye (steam frigate)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Selimiye[4]
(Selim III)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 85.3m, B 17.9m, D 7.1m
6422t, Wood
10kts
580
-
2, 350t coal
1 set horizontal 2cyl., 2600ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
20x30pdr upper deck, 34x40pdr main deck (1870), 1x203mm ML A, 54x30pdr (1876), 2x203mm ML A, 6x150mm ML A, 3x57mm QF H, 2x25mm N (1879), 2x203mm ML A, 2x120mm ML A, 2x150mm K, 2x57mm QF H, 3x24mm N
1865
1866
1869
1870
1870
1879 stationary gunnery-training ship
1909 decommissioned
1911 sold for breaking up.

Peyk-i Meserret class (screw frigate)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Peyk-i Meserret[5]
("Satellite of Joy")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Sinop, Sinop
LPP 68.5m, B 11.2m, D 52m
3132t BM, Wood
250
Steam, 1 shaft
2 boc type, Tersâne-i Âmire, -
1–2 cyl. compound, vertical, 1800ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
2x100mm (1876), Disarmed (1877)
1868
1872
1874
1876
1876
1877 collier
16 Sep 1889 sunk in heavy weather off Kefken Island. 16 officers and 89 ratings lost.
Peyk-i Nusret[5]
("Satellite of God's help")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Sinop, Sinop
LPP 68.5m, B 11.2m, D 52m
3132t BM, Wood
250
Steam, 1 shaft
2 boc type, Tersâne-i Âmire, -
1–2 cyl. compound, vertical, 1800ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
2x100mm, Disarmed (1886)
1865 as Mukaddeme-i Nusret
1872
1875
1877
1877 as Peyk-i Nusret
1877 collier
1885 laid up at Istanbul used as stationary coal depot.
1904 decommissioned.
Mukaddeme-i Şeref[5]
("Honored introduction"[citation needed])
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Gemlik, Gemlik
LPP 68.5m, B 11.2m, D 52m
3132t BM, Wood
250
Steam, 1 shaft
2 boc type, Tersâne-i Âmire, -
1–2 cyl. compound, vertical, 1800ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
2x100mm, Disarmed (1879), 4x47mm QF H (1892)
1868
1873
1875
1876
1876
1879 collier
1890 laid up at Smyrna used as stationary coal depot.
1904 decommissioned.
Rehber-i Tevfik[5]
("Guidance of God's favour")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Suda, Suda
LPP 68.5m, B 11.2m, D 52m
3132t BM, Wood
250
Steam, 1 shaft
2 boc type, Tersâne-i Âmire, -
1–2 cyl. compound, vertical, 1800ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
2x100mm
1868
1873
1879
1880
1880
1882 stationary torpedo training ship at Istanbul.
1895 engine and boilers removed, fitted in Medar-i Tevfik
1896 floating storehouse for Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul
1904 decommissioned.

Mehmed Selîm (steam frigate)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mehmed Selîm[6]
(Mehmed Selim Efendi)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, İzmit, İzmit
LPP 59.9m, B 10.0m, 6.4m
120t
12kts
275
Steam, 1 shaft
2, 250t coal
1–2 cyl. compound vertical, 1800ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
10x150mm K, 4x37mm QF, 4x25mm/4barrelled N (1880), 10x150mm K, 4x57 QF K, 4x37mm (1895), 1x47mm QF (1900)
1874
1877
14 Aug 1879
1880
1880
1889 laid up in poor condition
1895 stationary staining ship
1900 stationary torpedo school ship
1907 decommissioned, barrack vessel at Istanbul
1923 sold for breaking up.

Corvette (Korvet)[edit]

Eser-i Cedîd (paddle corvette)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Eser-i Cedîd[6]
("Innovation")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 61.3m, B 11.4m, D 4.4m
1018t BM /814t N, Wood
120
Steam, sidepaddle
2, 250t coal
1–2 cyl. compound vertical, 1800ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul
10x150mm K, 4x37mm QF, 4x25.4mm/4-barrelled N (1880), 10x150mm K, 4x57mm QF K, 4x37mm (1900), 1x47mm QF
1840
1841
19 May 1841
1842
1842
1860 transport
1884 collier
1889 decommissioned
1894 sold for breaking up.

Sinop class (screw corvette)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Sinop[6]
(Sinop)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg J & R White, Southampton
LPP 53.2m, B 9.3m, D 4.5m
780t BM, Wood, copper-sheathed
10kts
150
Steam, 1 shift
2 box type, 120t coal
1 set single acting, 1 cyl., 640ihp, Humphreys, Tennant & Dykes
16x33pdr (1859), 2x150mm BL L/25 K, 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 3x37mm QF, 2x25mm N (1885), 3x50mm L/22 K, 3x37mm QF K
1857
1858
1858
1859
1860
1901
İzmir[6]
(İzmir)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg J & R White, Southampton Steam, 1 shift
2 box type, 120t coal
1 set single acting, 1 cyl., 640ihp, Humphreys, Tennant & Dykes
16x33pdr (1859)
1857
1858
1859
1859
1860
1901
Bursa[6]
(Bursa)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Money Wigram, Blackwall, London Steam, 1 shift
2 box type, 120t coal
1 set single acting, 1 cyl., 650ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
16x33pdr (1859), 2x150mm BL L/25 K, 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 3x37mm QF, 2x25mm N (1885)
1857
1858
1859
1859
1859
1899
Edirne[6]
(Edirne)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Money Wigram, Blackwall, London Steam, 1 shift
2 box type, 120t coal
1 set single acting, 1 cyl., 640ihp, Humphreys, Tennant & Dykes
16x33pdr (1859), 2x150mm BL L/25 K, 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 3x37mm QF, 2x25mm N (1885)
1857
1858
1859
1859
1859
1901

Beyrût class (screw corvette)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Beyrût[7]
(Beirut)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Money Wigram, Thames
LPP 52.8m, B 8.0m, D 3.9m
609t BM / 599t N, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
120
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 120t coal
1x2cyl., 450ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
12x33pdr (1860), 2x120 BL L/25 K, 4x37mm QF (1880), 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 2x37mm QF, 2x25mm N (1903)
1857
1858
1859
1859
1860
1907 decommissioned at Basra.
1907 breaking up.
Sedd-ül Bahir[7]
(Hellespont)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg J & R White, Southampton
LPP 52.8m, B 8.0m, D 3.9m
609t BM / 599t N, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
120
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 120t coal
1x2cyl., 450ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
12x33pdr (1860), 2x120 BL L/25 K, 4x37mm QF (1880)
1857
1858
1859
1859
1860
1891 decommissioned
1902 dismantled hull boroken up.
İskenderiye[7]
(Alexandria)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 52.8m, B 8.0m, D 3.9m
609t BM / 599t N, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
120
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 120t coal
1x2cyl., 450ihp, Humphrys, Tennant & Dyke
12x33pdr (1860), 1x45pdr, 2x11pdr (1863), 12x33pdr (1860), 1x45pdr, 2x11pdr, 4xRV (1869), 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 2x76mm, 2-25mm N (1879), 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 2x37mm QF (1903)
1860
1860 as Hüdâvendigâr
1862
1863
1863
1907
Zuhâf[7]
(Zouave)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 52.8m, B 8.0m, D 3.9m
609t BM / 599t N, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
120
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 120t coal
1x2cyl., 450ihp, Humphrys, Tennant & Dyke
12x33pdr (1860), 1x45pdr, 2x11pdr (1863), 12x33pdr (1860), 1x45pdr, 2x11pdr, 4xRV (1869), 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 2x76mm, 2-25mm N (1879)
1860
1861
1862
1863
1863
1891
1902 broken up.
Utarit[7]
(Mercury)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Gemlik, Gemlik
LPP 52.8m, B 8.0m, D 3.9m
609t BM / 599t N, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
120
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 120t coal
1x2cyl., 450ihp, Humphrys, Tennant & Dyke
12x33pdr (1860), 1x45pdr, 2x11pdr (1863), 12x33pdr (1860), 1x45pdr, 2x11pdr, 4xRV (1869), 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 2x76mm, 2-25mm N (1879)
1860
1862
1863
1864
1864
1896
1897 stationary at Kandilli.
1905 broken up at Kandilli.
Meriç[7]
(Maritsa)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Gemlik, Gemlik
LPP 52.8m, B 8.0m, D 3.9m
609t BM / 599t N, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
120
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, 120t coal
1x2cyl., 450ihp, Humphrys, Tennant & Dyke
12x33pdr (1860), 1x45pdr, 2x11pdr (1863), 12x33pdr (1860), 1x45pdr, 2x11pdr, 4xRV (1869), 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 2x76mm, 2-25mm N (1879), 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 2x37mm QF (1903)
1860
1862
1863
1864
1864
1905
1909 sold for breaking up.

Mansûre class (screw corvette)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mansûre[8]
(Mansoura)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 53.1m, LPP 52.6m, B 9.3m, D 4.4m
783t BM, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
130
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 120t coal
1 set 2 cyl., 650ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
12x37pdr (1864), 2x150mm L/22 BL K, 2x120mm BL L/25, 3x37mm QF, 2x25mm N (1888)
1861
1863
1864
1864
1864
1908
13 Aug 1910 sunk in the Golden Horn in heavy weather.
1911 salvaged and broken up. çıkarılıp parçalandı.
Lübnan[8]
(Lebanon)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 53.1m, LPP 52.6m, B 9.3m, D 4.4m
783t BM, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
130
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 120t coal
1 set 2 cyl., 650ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
12x37pdr (1864)
1861
1862
1864
1864
1864
Apr. 1867 sunk off Milo Island in heavy weather.
Muzaffer[8]
("Triumphant")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, İzmit, İzmit
LOA 53.1m, LPP 52.6m, B 9.3m, D 4.4m
783t BM, Wood, copper sheathed
10kts
130
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 120t coal
1 set 2 cyl., 650ihp, Maudslay, Sons & Field
12x37pdr (1864), 2x150mm L/22 BL K, 2x120mm BL L/25, 3x37mm QF, 2x25mm N (1888)
1861
1863
1864
1865
1864
1908
1912 broken up at Istanbul.

Heybet Nümâ (corvette)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Heybet Nümâ[8]
("Awe inspiring")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 98.9m, B 9.7m, D 4.7m
1958t, Composite, sheathed and coppered
12kts
190
Steam, 1 shaft
6 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire, 280t coal
1xVTE, 2786ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul
1x150mm L/25 QF K, 6x120mm L/25 K, 6x47mm QF K (1895), 2x150mm BL L/25 K, 2x120mm BL L/25 K, 4x47mm QF K (1898)
1879
1881
30 Jan 1890
1895
Apr. 1895
1907
31 Jul 1909 sold for breaking up.
1911 left Istanbul to İzmit, loaded with scrap copper. Sunk near Yalova.

Zuhâf class (corvette)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Zuhâf[9]
(Zouave)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
Flag of the German Empire.svg Germania AG, Kiel Yr No 60
LPP 57.9m, B 7.3m, D 3.5m
643t, Steel
10kts (1904)
82
Steam, 1 shaft
2 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, 80t coal
1xVTE, 640ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul
1x120mm L/25 BL K, 4x37mm QF H, Disarmed (1916)
1890
1892
31 Aug 1894
1896
Oct. 1896
May 1915 reserve vessel
1916 laid up
1917 survey vessel
Oct 1918 laid up at Istanbul
1924 sailed for Gölcük, laid up
1932 decommissioned
1936 broken up at Gölcük.
Kilid Bahir[9]
(Kilitbahir)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
Flag of the German Empire.svg Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 61
LPP 57.9m, B 7.3m, D 3.5m
643t, Steel
10kts (1904)
82
Steam, 1 shaft
2 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, 80t coal
1xVTE, 640ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul
1x120mm L/25 BL K, 4x37mm QF H
1890
1892
31 Aug 1894
1896
Oct. 1896
1909 decommissioned, laid up at Basra
Aug. 1914 sunk as block ship off Basra.

Armoured warships[edit]

Armoured frigate (Zırhlı fırkateyn)[edit]

Osmâniye class (broadside ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Osmâniye[10]
(Osman I)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg R. Napier & Son, Glasgow Yd No 255
LOA 91.4m, LPP 89.3m, B 16.9m, D 7.9m
4221t BOM (1865) / 6400t (1896), Iron
6kts (1891) / 10 kts (1895)
26 officers, 335 ratings (1865)
Steam 1 shaft, 2 shaft (1894)
6 box type R Naipier (1865), 750t coal (1864)
1 horizontal direct acting, R Naipier (1865), 2xVTE, 3735ihp, Ansaldo (1894)
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 10x36pdr A (1865)
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 4x47mm QF H, 2x25.4mm 4 barrelled N (1884)
2x240mm L/35 BL K, 8x150mm L/25 BL K, 5x105mm L/25 BL K, 2x47mm QF, 7x25.4mm 4 barrelled N (1894)
1862
Mar. 1863
2 Sep 1864 (Gazi Osman)
27 Jun 1865
Nov. 1865 (Osmâniye)
31 Jul 1909
1923 sold for breaking up.
Azîziye[10]
(Abdülaziz)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg R. Napier & Son, Glasgow Yd No 256
LOA 91.4m, LPP 89.3m, B 16.9m, D 7.9m
4221t BOM / 6400t, Iron
6kts (1891) / 10 kts (1895)
26 officers, 335 ratings (1865)
Steam 1 shaft, 2 shaft (1894)
6 box type R Naipier (1865), 750t coal (1864)
1 horizontal direct acting, R Naipier
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 10x36pdr A (1865)
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 4x47mm QF H, 2x25.4mm 4 barrelled N (1884)
2x240mm L/35 BL K, 8x150mm L/25 BL K, 5x105mm L/25 BL K, 2x47mm QF, 7x25.4mm 4 barrelled N (1894)
1862
May 1863
Dec. 1864 (Abdül Aziz)
1865
Aug. 1865 (Azîziye)
31 Jul 1909
1923 sold for breaking up.
Orhâniye[10]
(Orhan I)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg R. Napier & Son, Glasgow Yd No 257
LOA 91.4m, LPP 89.3m, B 16.9m, D 7.9m
4221t BOM / 6400t, Iron
6kts (1891) / 10 kts (1895)
26 officers, 335 ratings (1865)
Steam 1 shaft, 2 shaft (1894)
6 box type R Naipier (1865), 750t coal (1864)
1 horizontal direct acting, R Naipier
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 10x36pdr A (1865)
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 4x47mm QF H, 2x25.4mm 4 barrelled N (1884)
2x240mm L/35 BL K, 8x150mm L/25 BL K, 5x105mm L/25 BL K, 2x47mm QF, 7x25.4mm 4 barrelled N (1894)
1862
1863
26 Jun 1865
1866
1866
31 Jul 1909
1913 sold for breaking up.
Mahmûdiye[10]
(Mahmud II)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Thames Iron Works, Blackwall, London Yd No 99e
LOA 91.4m, LPP 89.3m, B 16.9m, D 7.9m
4221t BOM / 6400t, Iron
6kts (1891) / 12,5 kts (1895)
26 officers, 335 ratings (1865)
Steam 1 shaft, 2 shaft (1894)
6 box type R Naipier (1865), 750t coal (1864)
1 horizontal direct acting, Ravenhill, Salkeld
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 10x36pdr A (1865)
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 4x47mm QF H, 2x25.4mm 4 barrelled N (1884)
2x240mm L/35 BL K, 8x150mm L/25 BL K, 5x105mm L/25 BL K, 2x47mm QF, 7x25.4mm 4 barrelled N (1894)
1863
1864
13 Dec 1864
1865
1866
31 Jul 1909
1913 sold for breaking up.

Fâtih (broadside ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Fâtih[11]
(Mehmed II)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Thames Iron Works, Blackwall, London Yd No 30f
LOA 112.2m, B 18.3m, D 8.5m
6127t BOM / 10.761t, Iron
14kts
1200
Steam 1 shaft
8 box type J Penn, 750t coal
1 horizontal single expansion 2 cyl, 8344ihp, Maudslay
33x72pdr A, 1x240mm ML A, 5x210mm ML A
1864
Mar. 1864
25 Apr 1868
1868
6 Feb 1867 purchased by Prussia
War Ensign of Prussia (1816).svg 20 Feb 1869
(SMS König Wilhelm)
3 May 1904 harbour service
4 Jan 1921 sold for breaking up.

Fettâh (broadside ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Fettâh[12]
("Conqueror")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 91,4m, LPP 89,3m, B 16,9m, D 7,9m
4221t (BOM) / 6400t, Iron
12kts
400
Steam 1 shaft
6 box type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 750t coal
1 horizontal direct acting, Tersâne-i Âmire
1x229mm MLR A, 14x203mm MLR A, 10x36pdr A
1864
23 Apr 1865 cancelled.
-
-
-
-
-
-

Mesûdiye (central battery ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mesûdiye[13]
("Happiness")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Thames Iron Works, Blackwall, London Yd No 80f
LOA 102.4m, B 17.9m, D 7.9m
8938t (1873), 9190t (1903), Iron
10kts (1884), 17kts (1903)
1200 (1873), 800 (1903), 665 (1914)
Steam 1 shaft, 2 shaft (1903)
8 rectangular, Thames Iron Work (1873), 16 Niclausse water-tube, Ansaldo (1903), 600t coal
1 horizontal single expansion 2 cyl, 7431ihp, Thames Iron Works (1873), 2 triple expansion 4 cyl, 11,135ihp, Ansaldo (1903)
12x254mm MLR A, 3x178mm MLR A (1873), 12x254mm MLR A, 3x178mm MLR A, 6x76 QF K, 6x25.4mm H (1891), 2x234mm MLR L/40 BL V, 12x152mm L/45 QF V, 14x76mm QF K, 2x47mm QF, 10x57mm QF (1903), 12x152mm L/45 QF V, 14x76mm QF V, 2x47mm QF (1914)
1871
1872
28 Oct 1874
1875
Dec. 1875
5 Sep 1914
Sep. 1914 floating battery off Çanakkale.
13 Dec 1914[14] sunk by torpedo attack of British submarine HMS B11 near Erenköy.

Mahmûdiye (central battery ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mahmûdiye[15]
(Mahmud II)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Thames Iron Works, Blackwall, London Yd No 99e
LOA 102,4m, B 17,9m, D 7,9m
9120t, Iron
13kts
1200
Steam 1 shaft
4, 600t coal
2 compound vertical, 6580ihp, Maudslay
16x240mm ML A
1871
1873
16 Nov 1875 (Mahmûdiye)
15 Nov 1880
Feb. 1876 renamed Hamidiye
20 Feb 1878 purchased by British government.
Naval Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg 1880 (HMS Superb)
-
15 May 1906 sold for breaking up.

Hamidiye (central battery ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Hamidiye[16]
(Abdülhamid II)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Sir W G Armstrong Whitworth & Co Ltd., Blackwall, London
LOA 89.0m, LPP 87.6m, B 16.9m, D 7.5m
6594t, Iron
13kts
350
Steam 1 shift
4 box type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 600t coal
1 single expansion 2cyl, 6800ihp, Mauslay
4x238mm ML A, 10x150mm L/35 BL K (1894)
1871
Dec. 1874
Feb. 1885
1893 Intended name Nusretiye
1894 stationary training vessel for torpedo-boats
1903
11 Nov 1909 offered for breaking up.
1913 sold for breaking up.

Peyk-i Şeref class (armoured ram)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Peyk-i Şeref[16]
("Satellite of Glory")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Samuda & Son, London
LPP 74,6m, B 15,8m, D 6,4m
4870t, Iron
12kts
250
Steam 1 shaft
4, -
1 horizontal direct acting, 4040ihp, Maudslay
4x305mm ML, 4x20pdr, 2xTT 335mm
1874
1874
12 Feb 1876
1878
19 Jul 1878 purchased by British government.
19 Jul 1878 Naval Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg (HMS Belleisle)
1904 sold for breaking up.
Burc-ı Zafer[16]
("Fortress of Victory")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Samuda & Son, London
LPP 74,6m, B 15,8m, D 6,4m
4870t, Iron
12kts
250
Steam 1 shaft
4, -
1 horizontal direct acting, 4040ihp, Maudslay
4x305mm ML, 4x20pdr, 2xTT 335mm
1874
1875
23 Jan 1878
1881
13 Feb 1878 purchased by British government.
13 Jul 1882 Naval Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg (HMS Orion)
1913 sold for breaking up.

Armoured corvette (Zırhlı korvet)[edit]

Âsâr-ı Tevfik (barbette battery ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Âsâr-ı Tevfik[17]
("Works of God's favour")
Flag of France.svg SA des Ferges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LPP 83.0m, 16.0m, D 6.5m
4687t, Iron
8kts (1895), 15kts (1906), 9kts (1910)
450 (1870), 350 (1907)
Steam 1 shaft
6 box type, La Seyne, 6 Niclausse cyl., Germania, 400t coal
1 horizontal compound expansion, La Seyne
8x220mm ML A (1870), 6x220mm ML A, 2-210mm BK K, 2x25.4mm N (1891), 3x150mm L/40 QF K, 6x57mm QF K, 2x34mm QF K (1906)
1865
(Egypt, Ibrahimiye)
1867
1868
29 Aug 1868 transferred to Ottoman Navy
1870
Flagship of Navy Minister Arif Hikmet Pasha.[18]
11 Feb 1913 (25 Jan 1913[14]) run aground on an uncharted sandbank while approaching to Podima (present day: Yalıköy, Çatalca).[19]

Âsâr-ı Şevket class (barbette battery ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Âsâr-ı Şevket[20]
("Works of God's greatness")
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne Yd No 364
LOA 61.9m, LPP 64.4m, B 12.9m, D 5.0m
2583t (BOM) / 2047t, Iron
8kts (1878)
170
Steam 1 shaft
4 box type, La Seyne, 4, Tersâne-i Âmire (1891), 300t coal
1 horizontal compound expansion, 1750ihp, La Sayne
1x230mm ML A, 4x180mm ML A (1870), 1x230mm ML A, 4x180mm ML A, 2x87mm BL K, 2x63.5mm BL K, 2x37mm RV H, 1x25.4mm N
1887 (Egypt, Kahira)
1867
1868
29 Aug 1868 transferred to the Ottoman Navy
3 Mar 1870
1903
31 Jul 1909 offered for breaking up.
Necm-i Şevket[20]
("Star of God's greatness")
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne Yd No 365
LOA 61.9m, LPP 64.4m, B 12.9m, D 5.0m
2583t (BOM) / 2047t, Iron
8kts (1878)
170
Steam 1 shaft
4 box type, La Seyne, 4, Tersâne-i Âmire (1891), 300t coal
1 horizontal compound expansion, 1750ihp, La Sayne
1x230mm ML A, 4x180mm ML A (1870), 1x230mm ML A, 4x180mm ML A, 2x87mm BL K, 2x63.5mm BL K, 2x37mm RV H, 1x25.4mm N
1865 (Egypt, Muzaffer)
1867
1868
29 Aug 1868 transferred to the Ottoman Navy
1869
3 Mar 1870
1929
1899–1909 starionary ship at Salonika
1909 barracks vessel at Constantinople

Lûtf-i Celîl class (coast defense turret ship)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Lûft-i Celîl[20]
("Divine Grace")
Flag of France.svg SA des Chantiers et Atelier de la Gironde, Bordeaux
LOA 64.4m, LPP 62.1m, B 13.6m, D 4.4m
1741t (BOM) / 2540t, Iron
10kts (1870)
12 officers, 110 ratings
Steam, 2 shaft
2 locomotive type, Chantiers ed Ateliers de la Gironde
1 horizontan compound expansion 2cyl., 2000ihp, Chantiers ed Ateliers de la Gironde
2x225mm ML A, 2x178mm ML A (1870), 2x225mm ML A, 2x178mm ML A, 1x120mm BL K (1875)
1867 (Egypt)
1868
1869
29 Aug 1868 transferred to the Ottoman Navy
1870
Mar. 1870
10 May 1877 sunk by Russian field guns off İriali (Danube).
Hıfz-ı Rahman[20]
("Merciful Protector")
Flag of France.svg SA des Chantiers et Atelier de la Gironde, Bordeaux
LOA 64.4m, LPP 62.1m, B 13.6m, D 4.4m
1741t (BOM) / 2540t, Iron
10kts (1870)
12 officers, 110 ratings
Steam, 2 shaft
2 locomotive type, Chantiers ed Ateliers de la Gironde
1 horizontan compound expansion 2cyl., 2000ihp, Chantiers ed Ateliers de la Gironde
2x225mm ML A, 2x178mm ML A (1870), 2x225mm ML A, 2x178mm ML A, 1x120mm BL K (1875), 2x225mm ML A, 1x150mm BL K, 1x120mm BL K, 4x37mm QF H, 2x25.4nn RV N (1891)
1867 (Egypt)
1868
1869
29 Aug 1868 transferred to the Ottoman Navy
1870
Mar. 1870
1909
11 Nov 1909 sold for breaking up.

Avnillâh class (casemate ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Avnillâh[21]
("Divine Assistance")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Thames Iron Works, Blackwall, London Yd No 44f
LOA 71.9m, LPP 68.9m B 10.9m, D 5.0mm
1399t (BOM) / 2362t, Iron
10kts (1877), 8kts (1892)
15 officer, 130 ratings (1870), 200 (1906)
Steam 1, 1 shaft, 2 shaft (1906)
4 box type, Thames Iron Works (1870), 2 cyl. water-tube type, Tersâne-i Âmire (1906), 220t coal
1 horizontal compound expansion, 2200ihp, Maudslay
4x230mm ML A (1870), 4x150mm L/40 QF K, 6x75mm QF K, 10x57mm QF K, 2x47mm QF K (1906), 4x57mm QF K (1910)
1867
1868
21 Apr 1869
1870
1870
24 Feb 1912[14] sunk by gunfire by Giuseppe Garibaldi and Varese during the Battle of Beirut in 1912.
Muîn-i Zafer[21]
("Aid to Victory")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Thames Iron Works, Blackwall, London
LOA 71.9m, LPP 68.9m B 10.9m, D 5.0m
1399t (BOM) / 2362t, Iron
10kts (1877), 8kts (1892)
15 officer, 130 ratings (1870), 200 (1906)
Steam 1, 1 shaft, 2 shaft (1906)
4 box type, Thames Iron Works (1870), 2 cyl. water-tube type, Tersâne-i Âmire (1906), 220t coal
1 horizontal compound expansion, 2200ihp, Maudslay
4x230mm ML A (1870), 4x150mm L/40 QF K, 6x75mm QF K, 10x57mm QF K, 2x47mm QF K (1906), 2x75mm QF K, 4x57mm QF K (1910), Disarmed (1913)
1867
1868
Jun. 1869
1870
1870
1932
1910 stationary ship at Smyrna
1913 torpedo training vessel off Heybeliada
1920 barrack vessel at İzmit
1928 submarine depot ship at Erdek

Feth-i Bülend (casemate ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Feth-i Bülend[22]
("Great Conquest")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Thames Iron Works, Blackwall, London Yd No 46f
LPP 72.0m, B 11.9m, D 5.2m
1601t (BOM) / 2762, Iron
10kts (1877), 8 kts (1892), 9 kts (1906), 7kts (1910)
16 officers, 153 ratings (1870), 220 (1906), 150 (1910)
Steam, 1 shaft
6 box type, Thames Iron Works (1870), 2 cyl. water-tube type, Tersâne-i Âmire (1906), 300t coal
4x222mm ML A (1870), 4x222mm ML A, 1x170mm ML A, 2x87mm BL K (1882), 4x222mm ML A, 2x87mm BL K, 2x63mm BL K, 2x37mm RV H, 1x25.4mm H (1890), 4x150mm L/40 QF K, 6x75mm QF K, 6x57mm QF K (1907), Disarmed (1911)
1867
May 1868
1869
1870
1870
31 Oct 1912[14] sunk by torpedo by Greek torpedo boat No 11 with the loss of seven crew, including ship's imam.

Mukaddeme-i Hayır (casemate ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mukaddeme-i Hayır[22]
("Good Introduction")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
Feth-i Bülend 'in yerli modeli
LPP 72.0m, B 11.9m, D 5.2m
1601t (BOM) / 2762t, Iron
8kts (1892)
16 officers, 153 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
4 box type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 270t coal
1 horizontal compound expansion, 3250ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
4x222mm ML A (1874), 4x222mm ML A, 2x87mm BL K, 2x63.5mm BL K, 2x37mm RV H, 2x25.4mm N (1882)
1868
1870
28 Oct 1872
1874
1874
Sep. 1923
the first armoured ship built in the Ottoman Empire[18]
1923 breaking up began at İzmit

İclâliye (barbette battery ironclad)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
İclâliye[23]
("Glorious")
Flag of Austria-Hungary (1869-1918).svg SA Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino, San Rocco, Muggia Yd No 51
LOA 66.0m, LPP 63.6m B 12.8m, D 4.8m
1650t (BOM) / 2228t, 10kts (1877), 6kts (1896)
16 officers, 132 ratings (1871), 180 (1891)
Steam, 1 shaft
2 box type, Stabilimento Tecnico, 250t coal
1 horizontal compound expansion, 1800ihp, Stabilimento Tecnico
3x178mm ML A, 2x228mm BL A (1871), 2x278mm BL K, 1x152mm L/22 BL K, 2x87mm BL K, 2x63.7mm BL K, 2x37mm RV, 2x25.4mm N (1885), Disarmed (1914)
May 1868 (Egypt)
May 1868
1869
29 Aug 1868'de Osmanlı Bahriye'ye transfer.
Feb. 1871
1928
Feb. 1914 barrack vessel for navy school at Heybeliada
Feb. 1919 stationary cadet training ship at Kasımpaşa
1928 sold for breaking up at Gölcük

River monitor (Zırhlı Duba)[edit]

Feth-ül İslâm class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Feth-ül İslâm[24]
("Conquer of Islam")
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LOA 31.5m, LPP 30.5m, B 9.8m, D 1.7m
335t, Iron
8kts
50 (1865)
Steam, 1 shaft, 2 screws
2, La Seyne, 20t coal
2 high-pressurem 1cyl., 290ihp, La Seyne
2x150mm ML A (1865), 2x150mm ML A, 6x76mm ML A (1871), 2x177mm K, 2x76mm K (1884), Disarmed (1901)
1863
1864
1864
1865
1865 (Danube)
1878 laid up at Constantinople
1908
1909 sold for breaking up.
İşkodra[24]
(Shkodër)
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LOA 31.5m, LPP 30.5m, B 9.8m, D 1.7m
335t, Iron
8kts
50 (1865)
Steam, 1 shaft, 2 screws
2, La Seyne, 20t coal
2 high-pressurem 1cyl., 290ihp, La Seyne
2x150mm ML A (1865), 2x150mm ML A, 6x76mm ML A (1871)
1863
1864
1865
1865
1865 (Lake Skadar)
1871 (Danube)
16 Jul 1877 captured by Russian forces
Naval Ensign of Russia.svg 6 Oct 1877 Russian Imperial Navy Sistovo
23 Nov 1889 stricken.
Böğürtlen[24]
(name of a kaza in Scutari Vilayet)
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LOA 31.5m, LPP 30.5m, B 9.8m, D 1.7m
335t, Iron
8kts
50 (1865)
Steam, 1 shaft, 2 screws
2, La Seyne, 20t coal
2 high-pressurem 1cyl., 290ihp, La Seyne
2x150mm ML A (1865), 2x150mm ML A, 6x76mm ML A (1871)
1863
1864
1865
1865
1865 (Danube)
1878 laid up at Constantinople
1880
1886 sold for breaking up.
Podgoriçe[24]
(Podgorica)
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LOA 31.5m, LPP 30.5m, B 9.8m, D 1.7m
335t, Iron
8kts
50 (1865)
Steam, 1 shaft, 2 screws
2, La Seyne, 20t coal
2 high-pressurem 1cyl., 290ihp, La Seyne
2x150mm ML A (1865), 2x150mm ML A, 6x76mm ML A (1871)
1863
1864
1865
1865
1865 (Danube)
17 Jun 1877 captured by Russian forces
Naval Ensign of Russia.svg 6 Oct 1877 Russian Imperial Navy Nikopol
23 Nov 1889 stricken.
Semendire/
Memdûhiye[24]
(Smederevo)
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LOA 31.5m, LPP 30.5m, B 9.8m, D 1.7m
335t, Iron
8kts
50 (1865)
Steam, 1 shaft, 2 screws
2, La Seyne, 20t coal
2 high-pressurem 1cyl., 290ihp, La Seyne
2x150mm ML A (1865), 2x150mm ML A, 6x76mm ML A (1871), 2x76mm K (1880)
1863
1864
1865
1865
1865
1878 laid up at Constantinople
1879 renamed Memdûhiye
1902
1909 sold for breaking up.

Hizber class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Hizber[24]
("Lion")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 43.9m, B 9.4m, D 1.6m
513t (BOM) / 404t, Iron
6kts (1886)
51 (1876), 38 (1886)
Steam, 1 shaft
1, Tersâne-i Âmire, 18t coal
1–2 cyl., 400ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
2x120mm ML K (1876), 2x120mm ML K, 2x76mm QF K, 2x34.5mm N (1886)
1870
1872
Sep. 1873
1876
1876
1879 laid up at Constantinople
1909
1991 sold for breaking up.
Seyfî[24]
("of Sword")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 43.9m, B 9.4m, D 1.6m
513t (BOM) / 404t, Iron
6kts (1886)
51 (1876)
Steam, 1 shaft
1, Tersâne-i Âmire, 18t coal
1–2 cyl., 400ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
2x120mm ML K (1876)
1870
1872
Sep. 1873
1876
1876
26 May 1877 sunk by Russian torpedo cutter near Măcin

Battleships[edit]

Abdül Kadir (battleship)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Abdül Kadir[24]
(Abdülhamid II)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
L 103.6m, B 19.8m, D 7.1m
8100t, Steel
18kts
-
Steam, 2 shaft
6, Tersena-i Amire, 600t coal
2 VTE 3 cyl., 12.000ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
4x280mm K, 6x150mm K, 8x88mm QF K, 8x37mm QF K, 6xTT 533mm SK
1890
Oct. 1892
1906 partly plated, work stopped
1909 slipway cleared.
-
-
-
-

Turgut Reis class (battleship)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Turgut Reis[25]
(Turgut Reis)
Flag of the German Empire.svg AG Vulcan, Stettin Yd No 199
LOA 115.7m, LPP 113.9m, B 19.5m, D 7.6m
10.013t / 10.670 (full road), Steel
10kts (1911)
600
Steam, 2 shaft
12, Vulcan, 1050t coal
2 triple expansion 3cyl., 10,110ihp, Vulcan
4x280mm L/40 K, 2x280mm L/35 K, 6x105mm L/35 QF K, 8x88mm L/30 QF K, 12xMG, 4xTT 450mm SK (1910), 4x280mm L/40 K, 2x280mm L/35 K, 6x105mm L/35 QF K, 6x88mm L/30 QF K, 12xMG, 3xTT 450mm SK (1912), 4x280mm L/40 K, 2x280mm L/35 K, 6x88mm L/30 QF K, 12xMG, 3xTT 450mm SK (1916), 2x280mm L/40 K, 6x105mm L/35 QF K, 2x88mm L/30 QF K, 2xTT 450mm SK (1927)
1889 (Brandenburg-class battleship)
1890
14 Dec 1891
1893
5 Jun 1894 (War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg SMS Weissenburg)
31 Aug 1910 18:30 (Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Turgut Reis)
1933
1924–1933 stationary school ship at Gölcük
1933 decommissioned, barrack vessel for dockyard workers
1950 breaking up began at Gölcük.
Barbaros Hayreddin[25]
(Hayreddin Barbarossa)
Flag of the German Empire.svg Kaiserliche Werft, Wilhelmshaven Yd No 13
LOA 115.7m, LPP 113.9m, B 19.5m, D 7.6m
10.013t / 10.670 (full road), Steel
10kts (1911)
600
Steam, 2 shaft
12, Kaiserliche Werft, 1050t coal
2 triple expansion 3cyl., 10,110ihp, Kaiserliche Werft
4x280mm L/40 K, 2x280mm L/35 K, 6x105mm L/35 QF K, 8x88mm L/30 QF K, 12xMG, 4xTT 450mm SK (1910), 4x280mm L/40 K, 2x280mm L/35 K, 6x105mm L/35 QF K, 6x88mm L/30 QF K, 12xMG, 3xTT 450mm SK (1912)
1889 (Brandenburg-class battleship)
30 Jun 1891
1893
24 Apr 1894 (War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg SMS Kurfürst Friedrich Wilhelm)
31 Aug 1910 18:30
(Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Barbaros Hayreddin)
Sunk by British submarine HMS E11 in the Sea of Marmara. 253 lives lost.[26]

Reşadiye class (battleship)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Reşadiye[26]
(Mehmed V)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Vickers Ltd., Barrow Yd No 425
LOA 170.5m, LPP 160.8m, B 27.9m, 8.5m
23,000t / 25,250t (full road), Steel
21kts
-
Version of King George V-class battleship.
Steam turbines, 4 shafts
15, Babcock & Wilcox, -
4 turbines, 26,500shp, Parsons
10x340mm L/45 A, 16x152mm L/50 QF A, 4xTT 533mm
8 Jun 1911
1 Aug 1911
3 Aug 1913
1914
1 Aug 1914 seized by the British government
19 Aug 1914 Naval Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg HMS Erin
19 Dec 1922 sold for breaking up.
Fâtih Sultân Mehmed[26]
(Mehmed II)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Vickers Ltd., Barrow Yd No 460
LOA 170.5m, LPP 160.8m, B 27.9m, 8.5m
23,000t / 25,250t (full road), Steel
21kts
-
Version of King George V-class battleship
Steam turbines, 4 shafts
15, Babcock & Wilcox, -
4 turbines, 26,500shp, Parsons
10x340mm L/45 A, 16x152mm L/50 QF A, 4xTT 533mm
29 Apr 1914
11 Jun 1914
Jul. 1914 work stopped by order of the British government
Aug. 1914 dismantled on the slipway.
-
-
-
-

Sultân Osmân-ı Evvel (battleship)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Sultân Osmân-ı Evvel[26]
(Osman I)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Armstrong Whitworth, Newcastle
LOA 204.7m, B 27.1m, D 8.2m
27.500t (full road), Steel
22kts
-
Stem turbine, 4 shafts
22, Babcock & Wilcox, 3200t coal, 620t oil
4 turbine, 34,000shp
14x305mm L/45 A, 20x152mm QF A, 6x75mm QF A, 2x75mm QF A, 3xTT
1911 (Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil, Rio de Janeiro)
14 Sep 1911
22 Jan 1913
Aug. 1914
9 Jan 1914 sold to the Ottoman government.
2 Aug 1914 seized by the British government.
Aug. 1914 Naval Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg HMS Agincourt
1920 decommissioned
19 Dec 1922 sold for breaking up.

Yavûz Sultân Selîm (battlecruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Yavûz Sultân Selîm[27]
(Selim I)
Flag of the German Empire.svg Blohm & Voss AG., Hamburg, Yd No 200
LPP 186.5m, B 29.5m, D 8.7m
22.979t / 25.400t (full road), Steel
1050 (1914), 1322 Germans, 24 Ottomans (1915), 1280 (1930)
Moltke-class battlecruiser
Steam turbine, 4 shafts
24 Marine, Blohm & Voss, 3100t coal
4 turbines, 85,000shp, Parsons-Vlohm & Voss
10x280mm L/50 K, 12x150mm L/45 K, 10x88mm L/45, 4xTT 500mm SK (1914), 10x280mm L/50 K, 10x150mm L/45 K, 16x88mm L/45, 4xTT 500mm SK (1916), 10x280mm L/50 K, 10x150mm L/45 K, 6x88mm L/45, 2xTT 500mm SK (1930), 10x280mm L/50 K, 12x150mm L/45 K, 8x88mm L/45, 10x40mm, 2xTT 500mm SK (1941)
1909
12 Aug 1909
28 Mar 1911
Jun. 1912
2 Jul 1912 (War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg SMS Goeben)
16 Aug 1914 (Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Yavûz Sultân Selîm)
20 Dec 1950
1930 renamed Yavuz Selim
1936 renamed Yavuz
1971 sold for breaking up to MKE (Seymen).
7 Jun 1973 towed from Gölcük to Seymen.
Jul. 1973 – Feb. 1976 breaking up.

Cruiser (Kruvazör)[edit]

Lûtf-ü Hümâyûn (3rd class unprotected cruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Lûtf-ü Hümâyûn[28]
("Imperial Favour")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 64.0m, B 9.1m, D 3.9m
1313t, Composite, wood sheathed
12kts
-
Steam, 1 shaft
2 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire, 205t coal
1xVTE, 3 cyl., 2160ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
3x170mm L/25 QF K, 6x120mm L/25 K, 6x47mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK (1896), 2x150mm L/40 QF K, 2x120mm L/40 QF K, 4x37mm QF, 2xTT 450 SK (1899), Disarmed (1905)
1880
1882
16 Aug 1892
Jul. 1896
Oct. 1896
1908
Nov. 1911 sold for breaking up.
1921 breaking up completed.

Feyzâ-i Bahri class (cruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Feyzâ-i Bahri[28]
("Abundance of the Sea")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 68,5m, B 10,6m, D 4,2m
1612t, Steel/composite
17kts
-
Steam, 2 shafts
2 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire, -
2xVTE 3 cyl., 3500 ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
6x150mm L/45 QF K, 4x47mm QF H, 5xTT 450mm ST
May 1889
May 1891
1897 works stopped
1906–09 slipway cleared.
-
-
-
-
Şadiye[28]
("Happiness")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 68,5m, B 10,6m, D 4,2m
1612t, Steel/composite
17kts
-
Steam, 2 shafts
2 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire, -
2xVTE 3 cyl., 3500 ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
6x150mm L/45 QF K, 4x47mm QF H, 5xTT 450mm ST
May 1889
9 Nov 1891
1897 works stopped
1906–09 slipway cleared.
-
-
-
-

Hüdâvendigâr class (unprotected cruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Hüdâvendigâr[28]
(Murad I)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 85.4m, 15.2m, 6.1m
4050t, Steel
-
-
Steam, 1 shaft, (2 shafts in 1902)
4 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire (design), -
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire (design)
2x210mm BL K, 6x150mm BL K, 4x100mm BL K, 5xTT 450mm SK (1891 design), 2x150mm L/40 QF K, 6x105mm L/40 QF K, 4x47mm QF K, 4xMG, 4xTT 450 mm SK (1902 design)
1891
1893
1897 works stopped
1902 design modified into 2 screw ship
1905–09 slipway cleared.
-
-
-
-
Selimiye[28]
(Selim III)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LPP 85,4m, 15,2m, 6,1m
4050t, Steel
-
-
Steam, 1 shaft, (2 shafts in 1902)
4 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire (design), -
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., Tersâne-i Âmire (design)
2x210mm BL K, 6x150mm BL K, 4x100mm BL K, 5xTT 450mm SK (1891 design)
1891
Jul. 1891 works started
1892 cancelled
-
-
-
-
-

Peyk-i Şevket class (torpedo cruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Peyk-i Şevket[29]
("Satellite of God's greatness")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 126
LPP 80.1m, B 8.4m, D 4.6m
775t (1907), 850t (1938), Steel
18kts (1915)
125 (1907), 145 (1915)
Steam, 2 shafts
4 Schultz water-tube boilers, Germania, 244t coal
2xVTE, 5100ihp, Germania
2x105mm QF L/40 K, 6x57mm SA L/40 K, 2x37mm QF K, 2xMG H, 3xTT 450mm SK (1907), 2x88mm QF L/40 K, 4x37mm QF K, 2xTT 450mm SK (1938)
18 Jan 1903
Feb. 1906
15 Nov 1906
1907
Nov. 1907
6 Aug 1915 damaged by torpedo from British submarine HMS E11 neare Silivri.
1924 renamed Peyk
1944 decommissioned
1953–1954 broken up at Gölcük.
Berk-i Satvet[29]
("Lightning of the Almighty")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 127
LPP 80.1m, B 8.4m, D 4.6m
775t (1907), 850t (1938), Steel
18kts (1915)
125 (1907), 145 (1915)
Steam, 2 shafts
4 Schultz water-tube boilers, Germania, 244t coal
2xVTE, 5100ihp, Germania
2x105mm QF L/40 K, 6x57mm SA L/40 K, 2x37mm QF K, 2xMG H, 3xTT 450mm SK (1907), 2x88mm QF L/40 K, 4x37mm QF K, 2xTT 450mm SK, 25 mines (1938)
18 Jan 1903
Feb. 1906
1 Dec 1906
1907
Nov. 1907
2 Jan 1915 damaged by Russian mine off Bosporus.
1924 renamed Berk
1945 decommissioned
1953–1954 broken up at İzmit.

Mecidiye (protected cruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mecidiye[30]
(Abdülmecid I)
US flag 45 stars.svg William Camp & Sons, Philadelphia Yd Nr 315
LOA 102.4m, LPP 100.5m, B 12.8m, D 4.8m
3485t / 3967t (full road), Steel
18kts (1914), 20kts (1936)
Steam, 2 shafts
16 Niclausse water-tube boilers, Wiliam Camp & Son., 16 Babcock & Wilcox water-tube boilers (1936), 610t coal
2x152mm QF L/45 B, 8x120mm QF L/45 B, 6x47mm QF B, 6x37mm QF B, 2xTT 457mm WH (1901), 2x152mm QF L/45 B, 2x120mm QF L/45 B, 2xTT 457mm WH (1918), 4x130mm QF L/56 V, 4x76mm QF L/50 S, 2xTT 457mm WH (1927)
1900
7 Nov 1901
25 Jul 1903 (as Abdül Mecid)
Oct. 1903
19 Dec 1903 (as Mecidiye)
3 Apr 1915 sunk by Russian mine 15 nautical miles off Vorontsov Lighthouse (Odessa).
8 Jun 1915 salvaged by the Russians
29 Oct 1915 commissioned as Imperial Russian Navy Naval Ensign of Russia.svg Prut
1 May 1918 seized by the Germans at Sevastopol.
13 May 1918 returned to the Ottoman Navy.
1940 stationary cadet training ship at Gölcük.
1 Mar 1947 decommissioned, laid up at Gölcük.
1952 sold for breaking up.
1952–1956 broken up.

Hamidiye (protected cruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Hamidiye[31]
(Abdülhamid II)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Newcastle Yd No 732
LOA 112.0m, LPP 103.6m, B 14.5m, D 4.8m
3904t, Steel
16kts (1915)
400 (1904), 340 Ottoman, 15 German (1915)
Steam, 3 shafts
16 Niclausse water-tube boilers, 600t coal
2xVTE 4 cyl., 12,000ihp, Hawthorn, Leslie
2x150mm QF L/45 A, 8x120mm QF L/50 A, 6x37mm QF A, 2xTT 457mm (1904), 2x150mm QF L/45 A, 6x120mm QF L/50 A, 2x46mm QF L/50, 2x37mm QF A, 2xTT 457mm (1915), 2x150mm L/45 QF K, 8x75mm QF L/45 K, 2xTT 457mm, 70 mines (1927)
1900
Apr. 1902
25 Sep 1903
17 Dec 1903
Apr. 1904
21 Nov 1912 damaged by Bulgarian torpedo off Varna.
1940 cadet training ship
Mar. 1947 decommissioned
1949–1951 Navy museum at Kabataş
10 Sep 1964 sold for breaking up.
1966 breaking up completed.

Drama (protected cruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Drama[32]
(Drama)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo-Armstrong & Cie, Sestri Ponente Yd No 156
LOA 111.8m, B 14.5m, D 5.5m
3760t / 4466t (full road), Steel
22.9kts (trial)
21 officers, 286 ratings (design)
Steam, 3 shafts
-, -
2xVTE 4 cyl., 11,530ihp, Ansaldo
2x152mm QF A, 8x180mm QF A, 8x47mm QF A, 6x37mm QF, 2xTT 457mm
Apr. 1904
1907
11 Nov 1912
Mar. 1913
Sep. 1912 seized by Italian government
25 Mar 1913 Royal Italian Navy Flag of Italy (1861-1946) crowned.svg RN Libia.
11 Mar 1937 decommissioned.

Midilli (light cruiser)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Midilli[33]
(Mytilini)
Flag of the German Empire.svg AG Vulcan, Stettin
Yd No 312
LOA 138.7m, LPP 136.0m, B 13.5m, D 5.1m
4570t / 5587t (full road), Steel
25kts (trial)
350 (1914). 426 Germans, 6 Ottomans (1915)
Steam, 4 shafts
16 marine, AG Vulcan, 1200t coal, 106t oil
2 AEG-Vulcan steam turbines, 33,740shp
12x105mm L/45 K, 2xTT 500mm SW (1914), 2x150mm L/45 K, 10x105mm L/45 K, 2xTT 500mm SH (1916), 8x150mm L/45 K, 2xTT 500mm SW (1917)
1910 Magdeburg-class light cruiser
1911
16 May 1911
1912
10 May 1912 (Kriegsmarine War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg SMS Breslau)
16 Aug 1914 transferred to the Ottoman Navy, renamed Midilli
20 Jan 1918 sunk after hitting four mines during the Battle of Imbros (40.05 N 26.02 E).

Armstrong type scout cruiser[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Armstrong type[34] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Armstrong Whitworth, Newcastle upon Tyne
LOA 128.9m, LPP 121.9m, B 12.5m, D 4.1m
3550t (design), -
27kts (design)
-
3 shafts, Parsons turbine
11 Yarrow small tube boilers, 700t coal, 250t oil
1 cruising turbine, 24.000shp
2x152mm L/50, 4x3pdr, 2x3inch, 2xTT 533mm
1914
-
-
-
Two scout cruisers were ordered.
When the war broke out the little work done on them ceased.

Torpedo boats[edit]

Torpedo steam boat (Torpido stimbotu)[edit]

Burhâneddîn class (2nd class torpedo boat)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Burhâneddîn[35]
(Burhaneddin Efendi)
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LOA 31.7m, LPP 30.8m, B 3.6m, D 1.7m
38t, Iron
17kts (trial), 10kts (1887)
4 officers, 20 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, La Seyne, 4.7t coal
1 compound 2 cyl., 525ihp, La Seyne
1x34mm RC N, 1x25mm RC N, 2xTT 355mm WH, 1xMacEvoy spar torpedo
May 1885
1885
Aug. 1885
1885
Oct. 1885
1902 unfit for service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
Nov. 1909 towed away.
Tevfik[35]
("Divine assistance")
Flag of France.svg SA des Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LOA 31.7m, LPP 30.8m, B 3.6m, D 1.7m
38t, Iron
17kts (trial), 10kts (1887)
4 officers, 20 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, La Seyne, 4.7t coal
1 compound 2 cyl., 525ihp, La Seyne
1x34mm RC N, 1x25mm RC N, 2xTT 355mm WH, 1xMacEvoy spar torpedo
May 1885
1885
Aug. 1885
Nov. 1885
Nov. 1885
1902 unfit for service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
Nov. 1909 towed away.

Mecidiye class (2nd class torpedo boat)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mecidiye[35]
(Abdülmecid I)
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 31.7m, LPP 30.8m, B 3.6m, D 1.7m
38t, Iron
17kts (trial), 10kts (1887)
4 officers, 20 ratings
local version of Burhaneddin class
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 4.7t coal
1 compound 2 cyl., 450ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
1x34mm RV N, 1x25mm RV N, 2xTT 355mm WH
May 1883
Feb. 1886
1887
1889
Jun. 1889
1902 unift for service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
Nov. 1909 towed away.
Eser-i Terakki[35]
("Work of Progress")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 31.7m, LPP 30.8m, B 3.6m, D 1.7m
38t, Iron
17kts (trial), 10kts (1887)
4 officers, 20 ratings
local version of Burhaneddin class
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 4.7t coal
1 compound 2 cyl., 450ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
1x34mm RV N, 1x25mm RV N, 2xTT 355mm WH
May 1883
Feb. 1886
1887
1890
Aug. 1890
1902 unift for service
Nov. 1909 auctioned for scrapping
Nimet[35]
("Blessing")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 31.7m, LPP 30.8m, B 3.6m, D 1.7m
38t, Iron
17kts (trial), 10kts (1887)
4 officers, 20 ratings
local version of Burhaneddin class
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 4.7t coal
1 compound 2 cyl., 450ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
1x34mm RV N, 1x25mm RV N, 2xTT 355mm WH
May 1883
May 1886
1888
1893
Nov. 1893
1902 unift for service
Nov. 1909 auctioned for scrapping
Şanaver[35]
("Messenger of Glory")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
LOA 31.7m, LPP 30.8m, B 3.6m, D 1.7m
38t, Iron
17kts (trial), 10kts (1887)
4 officers, 20 ratings
local version of Burhaneddin class
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Tersâne-i Âmire, 4.7t coal
1 compound 2 cyl., 450ihp, Tersâne-i Âmire
1x34mm RV N, 1x25mm RV N, 2xTT 355mm WH
May 1883
May 1887
Jun. 1889
-
Engine and boiler not fitted
Hull laid up at builder's yard
Nov. 1909 auctioned for scrapping

Timsah (3rd class torpedo boat)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Timsah[36]
("Crocodile")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg De Vignes, Chertsey, London
LOA 28.6m, B 3.7m, D 1.4m
30t, Iron
18kts (trial), 10kts (1889)
2 officers, 15 ratings (1887)
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Des Vignes, 4.8t
1 compound 2 cyl., 400ihp
2xTT 356mm WH
1885
1885
1885
1885
1885 as Scirocco (British plesure steamer)
1887 sold to Ottoman government
1887 commissioned
1889 utility boat at Salonika
1897 yacht for the fleet commander
1903 decommissioned
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1912 broken up.

Şemşir-i Hücûm (3rd class torpedo boat)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Şemşir-i Hücûm[37]
("Attack Sword")
Flag of France.svg SA des Ferges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
LOA 19.0m, B 2.3m, D 0.8m
14t, 0.7t coal
15kts (trial), 9kts (1889)
1 officer, 2 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, La Seyne, 0.7t coal
1 compound 2 cyl., 120ihp, La Seyne
2xTT 356mm WH
May 1885
1885
1885
1886
1886
Non-autonomous craft carried in ironclad Hamidiye
1896 decommissioned
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1912 broken up.

Torpedo boat (Torpido botu)[edit]

Mahabbet class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Mahabbet[37]
("Friendship")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Des Vignes, Chertsey, London
LOP 38.1m, B 4.6m, D 1.9m
14t, Iron
21kts (trial), 12kts (1886)
3 officers, 17 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, La Seyne, 0.7t coal
1 coumpound 2cyl., 120ihp, La Seyne
2xTT 356mm WH
1886
1886
Dec. 1886
1887
May 1887
1892 out of service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping.
Satvet[37]
("Force")
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Des Vignes, Chertsey, London
LOP 38.1m, B 4.6m, D 1.9m
14t, Iron
21kts (trial), 12kts (1886)
3 officers, 17 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, La Seyne, 0.7t coal
1 coumpound 2cyl., 120ihp, La Seyne
2xTT 356mm WH
1886
1886
Dec. 1886
1887
May 1887
1892 out of service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping.

Gilyum class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Gilyum[38]
(Wilhelm II)
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing Yd No 273
LOA 37.7m, LPP 36.9m, B 4.8m, D 1.3m
85t, 18t coal
21kts (trial), 18kts (1887)
5 officers, 13 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Schichau, 18t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 980ihp, Schichau
2x37mm RV K, 2xTT 428mm SK
1885
1885
1886
10–13 Apr 1886
Jun. 1886
1903 unfit for service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1910 towed away.
Sâikı[38]
("Motive")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing Yd Nr 274
LOA 37.7m, LPP 36.9m, B 4.8m, D 1.3m
85t, 18t coal
21kts (trial), 18kts (1887)
5 officers, 13 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Schichau, 18t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 980ihp, Schichau
2x37mm RV K, 2xTT 428mm SK
1885
1885
1886
10–13 Apr 1886
Jun. 1886
1903 unfit for service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1910 towed away.
Tîr-i Zafer[38]
("Arrow of Victory"[citation needed])
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing Yd Nr 275
LOA 37.7m, LPP 36.9m, B 4.8m, D 1.3m
85t, 18t coal
21kts (trial), 18kts (1887)
5 officers, 13 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Schichau, 18t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 980ihp, Schichau
2x37mm RV K, 2xTT 428mm SK
1885
1885
1886
10–13 Apr 1886
Jun. 1886
1903 unfit for service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1910 towed away.
Seyf-i Bahrî[38]
("Sword of the Sea")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing Yd Nr 276
LOA 37.7m, LPP 36.9m, B 4.8m, D 1.3m
85t, 18t coal
21kts (trial), 18kts (1887)
5 officers, 13 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Schichau, 18t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 980ihp, Schichau
2x37mm RV K, 2xTT 428mm SK
1885
1885
1886
10–13 Apr 1886
Jun. 1886
1903 unfit for service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1910 towed away.
Vesîle-i Nusret[38]
("Opportunity of God's help")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing Yd No 277
LOA 37.7m, LPP 36.9m, B 4.8m, D 1.3m
85t, 18t coal
21kts (trial), 18kts (1887)
5 officers, 13 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Schichau, 18t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 980ihp, Schichau
2x37mm RV K, 2xTT 428mm SK
1885
1885
1886
10–13 Apr 1886
Jun. 1886
1903 unfit for service
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1910 towed away.

Nâsır class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Nâsır[39]
("Helper")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 31
LOA 39.0m, B 4.8m, D 1.1m
87t, Steel
21kts (trial), 15kts (1890)
6 officers, 21 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Germania, 30t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 1200ihp, Germania
2x37 RV K, 2xTT 428 SK
23 Oct 1886
1887
1887
17 Sep 1889
Dec. 1889
1909
1922 sold for breaking up.
Fâtih[39]
(Mehmed II)
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 32LOA 39.0m, B 4.8m, D 1.1m
87t, Steel
21kts (trial), 15kts (1890)
6 officers, 21 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Germania, 30t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 1200ihp, Germania
2x37 RV K, 2xTT 428 SK
23 Oct 1886
1887
1887
17 Sep 1889
Dec. 1889
1911
1913 sold for breaking up.
Nusret[39]
("God's help")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 33LOA 39.0m, B 4.8m, D 1.1m
87t, Steel
21kts (trial), 15kts (1890)
6 officers, 21 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Germania, 30t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 1200ihp, Germania
2x37 RV K, 2xTT 428 SK
23 Oct 1886
1888
1888
Nov. 1889
Feb. 1890
1909
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1913 broken up.
Şahâb[39]
("Shooting star")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 34LOA 39.0m, B 4.8m, D 1.1m
87t, Steel
21kts (trial), 15kts (1890)
6 officers, 21 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Germania, 30t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 1200ihp, Germania
2x37 RV K, 2xTT 428 SK
23 Oct 1886
1888
1888
Nov. 1889
Feb. 1890
24 Mar 1901 heavily damaged by a boiler explosion at Salonika, 9 lives lost
Towed to Constantinople, laid up
1911 broken up.
Târık[39]
("Morning star")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 35LOA 39.0m, B 4.8m, D 1.1m
87t, Steel
21kts (trial), 15kts (1890)
6 officers, 21 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Germania, 30t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 1200ihp, Germania
2x37 RV K, 2xTT 428 SK
23 Oct 1886
1889
Sep. 1889
Dec. 1889
Mar. 1890
1909
31 Jul 1909 auctioned for scrapping
1911 broken up.
Pervîn[39]
("Pleiades")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 36LOA 39.0m, B 4.8m, D 1.1m
87t, Steel
21kts (trial), 15kts (1890)
6 officers, 21 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Germania, 30t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 1200ihp, Germania
2x37 RV K, 2xTT 428 SK
23 Oct 1886
1889
Sep. 1889
Dec. 1889
May 1890
1911
1913 broken up.
Sehâm[citation needed][39]
("Arrows")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 37LOA 39.0m, B 4.8m, D 1.1m
87t, Steel
21kts (trial), 15kts (1890)
6 officers, 21 ratings
Steam, 1 shaft
1 locomotive type, Germania, 30t coal
1 triple expansion 3 cyl., 1200ihp, Germania
2x37 RV K, 2xTT 428 SK
23 Oct 1886
1889
1889
Feb. 1889
May 1890
21 Apr 1901 sunk at Beirut after a boiler explosion.

Ejder[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Ejder[40]
("Dragon")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Schiffs & Maschinenbau Germania AG, Kiel Yd No 36
LOA 49.2m, B 5.9m, 1.3m
138t, Steel
24kts (trial), 20kts (1895)
5 officers, 17 ratings
Steam, 2 shafts
2 locomotive type, Germania, 50t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2200ihp, Germania
5x37mm RV K, 2xTT 428mm SK
23 Oct 1886
1889
1890
1893
1893
17 Nov 1897 ran aground near Smyrni
towed to Constantinople, laid up
1903 returned to service, unfit for service
1909 decommissioned
1921 broken up.

Berk Efşân class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Berk Efşân[41]
("Lightening Spreader")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople Yd No 41
LOA 59.9m, B 6.6m, D 2.4m
230t, Steel
21kts (trial), 17kts (1896)
8 officers, 42 ratings (1894), 58 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 2 shafts
2 locomotive type, Germania, 75t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 3500ihp, Germania
6x37mm RV K, 2xTT 428mm SK (1886), 4x37mm RV Km 2xTT 428mm SK (1912), 2x47mm L50 QF K, 2x47mm L/30 QF K, 2xTT 428mm SK (1915)
23 Oct 1886
1891
1892
1894
1894
Oct. 1918
1920 returned to service
1924 decommissioned
1928 stricken
1932 broken up.
Tayyâr[41]
("Flying")
Ottoman flag alternative 2.svg Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople Yd No 39
LOA 59.9m, B 6.6m, D 2.4m
230t, Steel
21kts (trial), 17kts (1896)
8 officers, 42 ratings (1894)
Steam, 2 shafts
2 locomotive type, Germania, 75t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 3500ihp, Germania
6x37mm RV K, 2xTT 428mm SK (1886)
23 Oct 1886
1891
1892
1894
1894
1906 unfit for service
1909 decommissioned
1921 broken up.

Hamidiye class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Hamidiye[41]
(Abdülhamid II)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa
LOA 50.6m, LPP 47.8m, B 5.6m, D 1.2m
145t, Steel
26 kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings (1902), 39 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 2 shafts
3 Yarrow water-tube, Ansaldo, 50t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2400ihp, Ansaldo
1x37mm QF H, 2xcTT 450mm SK (1902)
Mar. 1901
1901
1901
1902
1902
30 Sep 1911 sunk by Italian destroyer at Reşadiye (present day: Igoumenitsa).
Abdül Mecid
(Yûnus)[41]
(Abdülmecid I)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa
LOA 50.6m, LPP 47.8m, B 5.6m, D 1.2m
145t, Steel
26 kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings (1902), 39 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 2 shafts
3 Yarrow water-tube, Ansaldo, 50t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2400ihp, Ansaldo
1x37mm QF H, 2xcTT 450mm SK (1902), 1x37mm QF H, 1xTT 450mm SK (1914), 1x47mm QF K, 1xTT 450mm SK
Mar. 1901
1901
1901
1902
1902
May 1908 renamed Yûnus
6 May 1915 grounded off Şarköy
1 Mart 1918 collided with Draç off Tekfurdağı
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
Feb 1919 anti-smaggling duty
1920 decommissioned
1923/24 refittied by Istanbul Deniz Fabrikası
1926 returned to service
1929 decommissioned
1935 broken up.

Akhisar class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Akhisar[42]
(Akhisar)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 131
LOA 50.6m, LPP 47.8m, B 5.6m, D 1.2m
165t, Steel
24kts (trial), 14kts (1915)
4 officers, 26 ratings (1904), 36 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 2 shafts
2 locomotive type, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2400ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK (1904), 1x47mm QF K, 2x37mm QF H, 1xTT 450mm SK (1915)
Dec. 1902
25 Apr 1904
25 Apr 1904
1904
Jun. 1904
11 Dec 1915 aground near Silivri, towed to Constantinople
1916 returned to service
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
Feb. 1919 anti-smuggling duty
1920 decommissioned
1924/25 refitted by Istanbul Deniz Fabrikası
1925 returned to service
1935 broken up.
Alpagot[42]
()
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 132
LOA 50.6m, LPP 47.8m, B 5.6m, D 1.2m
165t, Steel
24kts (trial), 14kts (1915)
4 officers, 26 ratings (1904)
Steam, 2 shafts
2 locomotive type, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2400ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK (1904)
Dec. 1902
1904
30 Apr 1904
1904
Jun. 1904
30 Sep 1911 sunk by Italian destroyer at Reşadiye (present day: Igoumenitsa).

Antalya class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Antalya[43]
(Antalya)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 134
LOP 51.0m, B 5.7m, D 1.4m
165t, Steel
26kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings
Steam, 2 shafts
2 water tube, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2700ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK
1901
Apr. 1904
1904
1905
Dec. 1906
5 Nov 1912 scuttled by crew at Preveza
29 Nov 1912 salvaged by the Greeks
1913 Royal Greek Navy Hellenic Naval Ensign 1935.svg Nikopolis
1919 out of service.
Urfa[43]
(Urfa)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 135
LOP 51.0m, B 5.7m, D 1.4m
165t, Steel
26kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings
Steam, 2 shafts
2 water tube, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2700ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK
1901
Apr. 1904
1904
1905
Dec. 1906
11 Dec 1908 sunk in heavy gale off Salonika.
Ankara[43]
(Ankara)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 136
LOP 51.0m, B 5.7m, D 1.4m
165t, Steel
26kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings
Steam, 2 shafts
2 water tube, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2700ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK
1901
Apr. 1904
1904
1905
Dec. 1906
24 Feb 1912 sunk by gunfire by Italian cruiser Giuseppe Garibaldi and Varese at Battle of Beirut.
Tokad[43]
(Tokat)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 137
LOP 51.0m, B 5.7m, D 1.4m
165t, Steel
26kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings
Steam, 2 shafts
2 water tube, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2700ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK
1901
Apr. 1904
1904
1905
Dec. 1906
29 Sep 1911 deliberately beached near Preveza
Nov. 1912 wreck taken to Preveza
5 Nov 1911 scuttled by crew at Preveza
29 Sep 1912 salvaged by the Greeks
1913 Royal Greek Navy Hellenic Naval Ensign 1935.svg Tatoi
1919 out of service.
Draç[43]
(Durrës)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 138
LOP 51.0m, B 5.7m, D 1.4m
165t, Steel
26kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings (initial), 39 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 2 shafts
2 water tube, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2700ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK (initial), 1x57mm QF K, 2x37mm QF H, 1xTT 450mm SK (1915), 2x37mm QF H (1919)
1901
Apr. 1904
1904
1905
8 Jan 1907
27 Jun 1915 aground off Şarköy
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
Apr. 1919 anti-smuggling duty
1920 decommissioned
1924 returned to service
1924 decommissioned
1926 hulk employed at work barge at Gölcük
1936 broken up.
Kütahya[43]
(Kütahya)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 139
LOP 51.0m, B 5.7m, D 1.4m
165t, Steel
26kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings (initial), 39 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 2 shafts
2 water tube, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2700ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK (initial), 1x57mm QF K, 2x37mm QF H, 1xTT 450mm SK (1915)
1901
Apr. 1904
1904
1905
8 Jan 1907
14 Sep 1916 sunk by mine north of Karaburun.
Mûsul[43]
(Musul)
Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Ansaldo, Armstrong & Cie, Genoa Yd No 140
LOP 51.0m, B 5.7m, D 1.4m
165t, Steel
26kts (trial)
4 officers, 26 ratings
Steam, 2 shafts
2 water tube, Ansaldo, 60t coal
2 triple expansion 3 cyl., 2700ihp, Ansaldo
2x37mm QF H, 2xTT 450mm SK (initial), 1x47mm QF K, 2x37mm WF H, 2xTT 450mm SK
1901
Apr. 1904
1904
1905
8 Jan 1907
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
1924 returned to service
1929 decommissioned
1936 broken up.

Demirhisar class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Demirhisar[44]
(Demir Hisar)
Flag of France.svg Schneider & Cie, Chalon-sur-Saône
LOA 40.2m, LPP 38.0m, B 4.4m, D 1.9m
97t, Steel
26kts (trial), 16kts (1915)
3 officers, 17–20 ratings (1907), 32 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 1 shaft
2 Du Temple water tube, Schneider & Cie, 11.2t coal
1 triple expansion 3cyl., 2200ihp, Schneider & Cie
2x37mm QF H, 3xTT 450mm SK
25 Oct 1906
1906
1907
1907
1907
16 Apr 1915 beached, the crew of one German and twenty-three Ottomans in interned by the Greeks.[45] Later Blown up by the British at Chios.[46]
Sultanhisar[44]
(Sultanhisar)
Flag of France.svg Schneider & Cie, Chalon-sur-Saône
LOA 40.2m, LPP 38.0m, B 4.4m, D 1.9m
97t, Steel
26kts (trial), 16kts (1915)
3 officers, 17–20 ratings (1907), 32 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 1 shaft
2 Du Temple water tube, Schneider & Cie, 11.2t coal
1 triple expansion 3cyl., 2200ihp, Schneider & Cie
2x37mm QF H, 3xTT 450mm SK
25 Oct 1906
1906
1907
1907
1907
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
1924 returned to service
1928 decommissioned
1935 broken up.
Sivrihisar[44]
(Sivrihisar)
Flag of France.svg Schneider & Cie, Chalon-sur-Saône
LOA 40.2m, LPP 38.0m, B 4.4m, D 1.9m
97t, Steel
26kts (trial), 16kts (1915)
3 officers, 17–20 ratings (1907), 32 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 1 shaft
2 Du Temple water tube, Schneider & Cie, 11.2t coal
1 triple expansion 3cyl., 2200ihp, Schneider & Cie
2x37mm QF H, 3xTT 450mm SK
25 Oct 1906
1906
1907
1907
1907
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
1924 returned to service
1928 decommissioned
1935 broken up.
Hamidâbad[44]
(Hamidâbad)
Flag of France.svg Schneider & Cie, Chalon-sur-Saône
LOA 40.2m, LPP 38.0m, B 4.4m, D 1.9m
97t, Steel
26kts (trial), 16kts (1915)
3 officers, 17–20 ratings (1907), 32 Ottomans, 4 Germans (1915)
Steam, 1 shaft
2 Du Temple water tube, Schneider & Cie, 11.2t coal
1 triple expansion 3cyl., 2200ihp, Schneider & Cie
2x37mm QF H, 3xTT 450mm SK
25 Oct 1906
1906
1907
1907
1907
31 Oct 1917 sunk by Russian Derzky-class destroyers Pylky and Bystry at İğneada.[47][48]

Destroyer (Muhrip)[edit]

Samsun class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Samsun[49]
(Samsun)
Flag of France.svg SA Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde, Bordeaux
LOA 58.2m, LPP 56.3m, 6.3m, 2.8m
284t, Steel
28kts (1907), 20kts (1912), 17kts (1915)
7 officersm, 60 rating (1907), 74 Ottomans, 17 Germans (1915)
French Durandal-class destroyer[50]
Steam, 2 shafts
2 Normand, Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde, -
2 triple expansion, 5950ihp, Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde
1x65mm L/50 QF C, 6x47mm L/50 QF C, 2xTT 450mm
1906
Jun. 1906
1907
1907
3 Sep 1907
Oct. 1918 laid up at Istanbul
1924 returned to service
1932 decommissioned
1949 broken up at Gölcük.
Yarhisar[49]
(Yarhisar)
Flag of France.svg SA Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde, Bordeaux
LOA 58.2m, LPP 56.3m, 6.3m, 2.8m
284t, Steel
28kts (1907), 20kts (1912), 17kts (1915)
7 officersm, 60 rating (1907), 74 Ottomans, 17 Germans (1915)
French Durandal-class destroyer[50]
Steam, 2 shafts
2 Normand, Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde, -
2 triple expansion, 5950ihp, Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde
1x65mm L/50 QF C, 6x47mm L/50 QF C, 2xTT 450mm
1906
Jun. 1906
1907
1907
1907
3 Dec 1915 torpedoed and sunk by British submarine HMS E11 off Yalova.
Taşoz[49]
(Thasos)
Flag of France.svg Schneider & Cie, Nantes
LOA 58.2m, LPP 56.3m, 6.3m, 2.8m
284t, Steel
28kts (1907), 20kts (1912), 17kts (1915)
7 officersm, 60 rating (1907), 74 Ottomans, 17 Germans (1915)
French Durandal-class destroyer[50]
Steam, 2 shafts
2 Schneider $ Cie, -
2 triple expansion, 5950ihp, Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde
1x65mm L/50 QF C, 6x47mm L/50 QF C, 2xTT 450mm
1906
Jun. 1906
1906
1907
1907
Oct. 1918 laid up at Istanbul
1925 returned to service
1932 decommissioned
1949 broken up at Gölcük.
Basra[49]
(Basra)
Flag of France.svg SA Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde, Bordeaux
LOA 58.2m, LPP 56.3m, 6.3m, 2.8m
284t, Steel
28kts (1907), 20kts (1912), 17kts (1915)
7 officersm, 60 rating (1907), 74 Ottomans, 17 Germans (1915)
French Durandal-class destroyer[50]
Steam, 2 shafts
2 Normand, Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde, -
2 triple expansion, 5950ihp, Chantier et Ateliers de la Gironde
1x65mm L/50 QF C, 6x47mm L/50 QF C, 2xTT 450mm
1906
Jun. 1906
1906
1907
1907
Oct. 1918 laid up at Istanbul
1925 returned to service
1932 decommissioned
1949 broken up at Gölcük.

Muâvenet-i Millîye class[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Muâvenet-i Millîye[51]
(National Support)
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing Yd No 820
LOA 74.0m, B 7.9m, D 3.0m
765t, Steel
26kts (1912)
6 officers, 84 ratings (1911), 89 Ottomans, 23 Germans (1915)
Steam turbines, 2 schafts
2 marine, Schichau, 116t coal, 74t oil
2 turbines, 17,700shp, Schichau
3xTT 450mm SK (1910), 2x75mm L/50 QF, 2x57mm L/50 QF, 3xTT 450mm SK (1911)
1908 as War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg German S 165
1908
20 Mar 1909
1910
March 1910 sold to Ottoman government
17 Aug 1910 commissioned at Çanakkale
12–13 May 1915 sank battleship HMS Goliath
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
.
Yâdigâr-ı Millet[51]
("Gift of the Nation")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing Yd No 821
LOA 74.0m, B 7.9m, D 3.0m
765t, Steel
26kts (1912)
6 officers, 84 ratings (1911), 89 Ottomans, 23 Germans (1915)
Steam turbines, 2 schafts
2 marine, Schichau, 116t coal, 74t oil
2 turbines, 17,700shp, Schichau
3xTT 450mm SK (1910), 2x75mm L/50 QF, 2x57mm L/50 QF, 3xTT 450mm SK (1911)
1908 as War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg German S 166
1908
24 Apr 1909
1910
March 1910 sold to Ottoman government
17 Aug 1910 commissioned at Çanakkale
9–10 Jul 1917 bombed and sunk by British aircraft at İstinye.
24 Oct 1917 floated and drydocked at Tersâne-i Âmire
Dec. 1918 moored in Golden Horn, later sunk
1924 raised and broken up.
Nümûne-i Hamiyet[51]
("Exemplar of Patriotism")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing Yd No 822
LOA 74.0m, B 7.9m, D 3.0m
765t, Steel
26kts (1912)
6 officers, 84 ratings (1911), 89 Ottomans, 23 Germans (1915)
Steam turbines, 2 schafts
2 marine, Schichau, 116t coal, 74t oil
2 turbines, 17,700shp, Schichau
3xTT 450mm SK (1910), 2x75mm L/50 QF, 2x57mm L/50 QF, 3xTT 450mm SK (1911)
1908 as War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg German S 167
1908
3 Jul 1909
1910
March 1910 sold to Ottoman government
17 Aug 1910 commissioned at Çanakkale
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
1953 broken up commenced.
Gayret-i Vatâniye[51]
("Endeavour of Homeland")
Flag of the German Empire.svg Fr Schichau AG, Elbing No Yd 823
LOA 74.0m, B 7.9m, D 3.0m
765t, Steel
26kts (1912)
6 officers, 84 ratings (1911), 89 Ottomans, 23 Germans (1915)
Steam turbines, 2 schafts
2 marine, Schichau, 116t coal, 74t oil
2 turbines, 17,700shp, Schichau
3xTT 450mm SK (1910), 2x75mm L/50 QF, 2x57mm L/50 QF, 3xTT 450mm SK (1911)
1908 as War Ensign of Germany 1903-1918.svg German S 168
1908
30 Sep 1909
1910
March 1910 sold to Ottoman government
17 Aug 1910 commissioned at Çanakkale
27 Aug 1916 grounded at Varna.

Normand type[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Normand type[52] Flag of France.svg A. Normand, Le Havre
L 87.5m, B 9.0m, D 3.2m
1040t (design), -
32kts (design)
-
2 shafts,
4 Yarrow boilers, -
4 Parsons turbines, 22.000shp
5x100mm, 6xTT 533mm
May 1914
July 1914
-
-
Six destroyers with temporary names No 1-6.
shortened version of Russian Izyaslav class
Construction was suspended at the beginning of the war.

Hawthorn Leslie type[edit]

Four 1100 ton class destroyer were ordered from Armstrong and subcontracted by Armstrong to Hawthorn Leslie. Material prepared for them was used for M-class destroyer HMS Napier (ordered in 1914 launched in 1916 and sold in 1921).[52]

Impavido class[edit]

Four 700 ton class destroyers were ordered from Orlando, shortly before the war. But works were never begun.[52]

Unknown[edit]

Six fast destroyers were authorized in March 1917. But works were never begun.[52]

Submarine (Denizaltı)[edit]

Abdül Hamid class (Nordenfelt type)[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Abdül Hamid[53]
Abdülhamid II
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Des Vignes, Chertsey, London
LOA 30.5m, B 3.6m
100t (surface)/160t (submerged), Steel
6kts (surface)/4kts (submerged)
7
Steam, 1 shaft
1 cyl., 8t coal
1 Lamm locomotive type, 250ihp
2xTT 360mm WH, 2x35mm MG N
23 Jan 1886
-
6 Sep 1886
5 Feb 1887
Built as Nordenfelt 2 in section
fitted by Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
After trials in Golden Horn laid up at Kasımpaşa
1889 landed at Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
1921 scrapped.
Abdül Mecid[53]
(Abdülmecid I)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Des Vignes, Chertsey, London
LOA 30.5m, B 3.6m
100t (surface)/160t (submerged), Steel
6kts (surface)/4kts (submerged)
7
Steam, 1 shaft
1 cyl., 8t coal
1 Lamm locomotive type, 250ihp
2xTT 360mm WH, 2x35mm MG N
23 Jan 1886
-
4 Aug 1887
-
Built as Nordenfelt 3 in section
fitted by Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
4 Aug 1887 commissioned, laid up at Kasımpaşa
1889 landed at Tersâne-i Âmire, Istanbul, Constantinople
1921 scrapped.

Laubeuf type[edit]

Two submarines were ordered from in April 1914 Schneider-Laubeuf design to be delivered by December 1915.[54]

E class[edit]

Two submarines were ordered on 29 April 1914 from Vickers and subcontracted by Vickers to Beardmore & Co. Materials prepared for them were used in the British submarines HMS E25 and HMS E26.[54]

Müstecib Onbaşı[edit]

Name
(Namesake)
Builder
Dimensions
Displacement, Hull
Speed
Complement
Machinery
Boiler, Bunkers
Engines
Armament
Ordered
Laid down
Launched
Trials
Commissioned
Decommissioned
Afterward
Müstecib Onbaşı[55]
(Corporal Müstecib)
Flag of France.svg Arsenal de Toulon, Toulon
L 44.9m, 3.9m, D 3.6m
393t (surface)/425t (submerged), Steel
11kts (surface)/7kts (submerged)
1 officer, 5 rating (Nov. 1915)
Motorship, 2 shafts
-, -
2 Sautter-Harlé diesel/electric motors, 600 bhp
Unarmed
1907
1908
3 Aug 1908
1908
1908 Civil and Naval Ensign of France.svg French Émeraude-class submarine Turquoise (Q46)
30 Oct 1915 grounded off Akbaş, captured by Ottoman forces[55] or sunk by artillery fire

[56]
31 Oct 1915 floated
5 Nov 1915 arrived Istanbul
10 Nov 1915 commissioned, renamed Müstacip Onbaşı
Stationary battery charge vessel for German U-boats
Oct. 1918 decommissioned
1 Jul 1919 returned to the French government
1921 broken up at Istanbul.

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