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|Name:||Yavuz, MEKO 200 TN|
|Succeeded by:||Barbaros-class frigate|
|In commission:||1987 - present|
|Displacement:||3030 tons full load|
|Installed power:||2 MTU 20V 1163 diesel-engines, 40,000 hp|
|Propulsion:||2 shaft, controllable pitch propellers|
|Range:||4,000 nautical miles (7,000 km) at 20 knots (37 km/h)|
|Complement:||180 (29 officers, 151 enlisted men)|
|Rapid/Rameses suite, Mk 36 decoy|
The Yavuz-class are a group of four frigates that were built for the Turkish Navy. They were designed in Germany and are part of the MEKO family of modular warships; in this case the MEKO 200 design. Two ships were built in Germany and two in Turkey with German assistance. They are similar in design to the larger Barbaros-class frigates of the Turkish Navy, which are improved versions of the Yavuz-class frigate.
The Turkish Navy has an ongoing procurement project for an Electronic Warfare Suite. The intent is to locally produced the ECM, ECCM systems, active decoys, LWR’s, IRST and the necessary user interface systems.
An order for ships was signed by the Turkish government in April 1983 for two MEKO class frigates to be built in Germany and two to be built in Turkey.
|Yavuz (F-240)||Sultan Selim I "Yavuz"||Blohm + Voss, Hamburg||7 November 1985||17 July 1987||In Service 2015|
|Turgutreis (F-241)||Turgut Reis||Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, Kiel||30 May 1986||4 February 1988||In Service 2015|
|Fatih (F-242)||Sultan Mehmed II "Fatih"||Gölcük Naval Shipyard, Kocaeli||24 April 1987||22 July 1988||In Service 2015|
|Yıldırım (F-243)||Sultan Bayezid I "Yıldırım"||Gölcük Naval Shipyard, Kocaeli||22 July 1988||21 July 1989||In Service 2015|
- Gardiner, Robert; Chumbley, Stephen & Budzbon, Przemysław (1995). Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1947-1995. Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press. ISBN 1-55750-132-7.
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