- 4 * diesel SEMT Pielstick 12PA6V280 STC2, 21,000 hp (16,000 kW)
- On sensitive areas (munition magazine and control centre)
- 1 * Air/Surface DRBV 15C sentry radar
- 1 * firing control radar for the 100 mm gun
- 1 * DRBN34 navigation radar
- 1 * DRBN34 landing radar
- 1 * Saigon ARBG 1 radio interceptor
- 1 * ARBR 21 radar interceptor
- 2 * Dagaie Mk2 chaff launcher
- 1 * AN/SLQ-25 Nixie tugged noise maker
- 1 * Prairie-Masker noise reduction system
- 1 * Syracuse II
- 1 * Inmarsat
- 8 * Exocet MM40 Block 3C anti-ship missiles
- 1 * 100 mm TR automatic gun
- 2 * 20 mm modèle F2 guns
- 1 * Crotale CN2 launcher (8 missiles on the launcher with 16 reload)
- 1 * helicopter (Panther or NH90)
Guépratte is a general purpose La Fayette-class frigate of the French Marine Nationale. She is the second French vessel named after the 19–20th century admiral Émile Paul Amable Guépratte. The ship was commissioned in 2001 and is currently in service. She is scheduled to remain in service until 2031.
She is the only frigate of the La Fayette class whose complement includes women, with 25 female crewmen on board. In January 2016, the first female commander of a frigate in the Marine Nationale was appointed to command Guépratte.
In 2016, Guépratte deployed as part of the Jeanne d'Arc battle group which included the amphibious assault ship Tonnerre.
In early 2022, Guépratte was deployed in the Indian Ocean but was expected to return to France in May after being relieved by her sister ship Surcouf.
Unlike other frigates of her class, it is not planned that she will incorporate a hull-mounted sonar system as part of her future sensor fit and therefore her potential anti-submarine capability is limited to that which might be provided by her shipborne helicopter. Guépratte is scheduled to undergo a modest structural and technical upgrade (with the elderly Crotale SAM to be removed from the vessel) and, given somewhat reduced general purpose capability, be re-assigned to offshore patrol duties prior to her planned withdrawal from service in 2031.