|P-321||DENİZKUŞU||15 Jun 1977|
|P-322||ATMACA||28 Jul 1978|
|P-323||ŞAHİN||19 Jul 1979|
|P-324||KARTAL||25 Jul 1981|
|P-326||PELİKAN||17 Dec 1984|
|P-327||ALBATROS||7 Feb 1986|
|P-328||ŞİMŞEK||22 Jul 1988|
|P-329||KASIRGA||23 Oct 1988|
Displacement: 190 tons full load
Dimensions: 42.5 x 7 x 2.4 metres
Speed, Range: 42 knots, 500 miles at 40 kts.
Crew: 39 (4 officers)Weapons:
Guns: 2 x 40mm/90 Bofors
Missiles: 2 x Penguin Mk2 SSM
Torpedoes: 2 x 533mm single launcher for G-7ASensors:
Radars: 1226, navigation
All build in Germany based on the Zobel class used by the German Navy. Can carry up to 4 mines.Their keel is made from light metal and have a wooden planking and aluminum superstructure.
P-325 TCG Meltem was lost in a collision with the Russian training ship Khasan on 25th September 1985. She was later salvaged and scrapped.
Although these boats are getting old they are still in service because they very fast and very hard to detect.