- 4 * diesel engines
- 3 * controllable-pitch propellers
- Thales Smart-S Mk2 air and surface surveillance radar
- Aselsan Alper
- LPI X-Band naval radar
- 2 * Sperry Marine VisionMaster FT S-band navigation radars
- Electronic warfare & decoys:
- Mark 36 SRBOC
- 2 * Ultra Electronics Sea Sentor
- Surface Ship Torpedo Defence (SSTD) systems
- Aselsan Laser Warning Receiver (LIAS)
- Selex Silent Acquisition and Surveillance System (SASS)
- 2 * Aselsan ASELFLIR-300D multisensor electro-optical Advanced Targeting Systems
- Aselsan ARES-2N ECM suite
- 2 * bow mounted Leonardo's (former Oto Melara) Fast Forty 40 mm gun
- 2 * 20 mm Phalanx CIWS Block 1B Baseline 2 rapid-fire cannon
- 2 * ASELSAN STAMP 12.7 mm RWS
- Large landing spot for a heavy helicopter, no hangar
The Bayraktar class are a class of landing ship tanks (LSTs) built in Turkey. The two amphibious ships of the class were built for the Turkish Navy by Anadolu Shipyard (Anadolu Deniz Insaat Kizaklari Sanayi ve Ticaret- ADIK). The LSTs will satisfy the current and future operational requirements of the Turkish Naval Forces Command.
The LSTs are primarily intended for amphibious missions and transportation of troops and equipment, while their secondary missions include humanitarian aid, disaster relief, medical assistance and transportation.
The LSTs incorporate an upper-intermediate-sized monohull design made of steel. Each vessel is designed to meet the sea-keeping and stability requirements of the Turkish Navy, and will have an anticipated service life of 40 years. The ships comply with the IMO MARPOL 73/78 and Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) regulations.
The fast amphibious vessels are equipped with significant armament and are capable of carrying large quantities of arms and ammunition, as well as marines in support of amphibious operations. TCG Bayraktar will also serve as a flagship and a logistic support vessel.
The ships of the class can operate in Sea State-5 conditions and can also be operated at Sea State-6 or higher, with limitations. Additionally the vessels will support limitless helicopter operations at Sea State-4 conditions.