|M-265||ALANYA||21 March 2003||26 July 2005|
|M-266||AMASRA||10 May 2004||26 July 2005|
|M-267||AYVALIK||26 July 2005||22 June 2007|
|M-268||AKÇAKOCA||27 September 2006||17 September 2007|
|M-269||ANAMUR||17 September 2007||10 October 2008|
|M-270||AKÇAY||27 September 2008||15 December 2009|
Displacement: 715 tons full load
Dimensions: 54.5 x 9.6 x 2.5 metres
Speed, Range: 14 knots, 2400 miles at 10 kts.
Crew: 59 (7 officers)
Guns: 1 x 30mm; 2 x 12,7mm MG
Radars: 1007, navigation
Sonars: Marconi, Type 2093 variable depth sonar
In 1999, the German shipyards Abeking & Rasmussen and Lürssen Werft were awarded with the contract about 630 million US Dollar, of building 6 mine hunters. The contract was signed on 30 July 1999. The design is very similar to Type 332 mine hunters in German Navy.
First ship was built in Germany; reminder in Istanbul Naval Yard. Contrary to the widely adopted use of GPR, these ships are made of non-magnetic steel. The design is very similar to Type 332 mine hunters in German Navy. Thus the Turkish Navy became the second navy using non-magnetic steel in NATO for mine hunters besides German Navy
Each ship will have 2 PAP-105 Mk5 mine counter system and Nautis-3M command and control system. The Type 2093 variable depth sonar is hull mounted and can operate up to 200m depth and up to 12 knots.