STM produces the submarine torpedo tube sections for the Reis class

According to a press release published by STM on September 18, 2021, the head section (Torpedo Section) housing the torpedo tubes, which is produced by only a limited number of countries, has been produced in Turkey with indigenous and national means for the first time, with engineering and coordination services provided by STM. The first Torpedo Section produced for Reis class submarines has been delivered to Gölcük Shipyard Command.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 The arrival of first Torpedo Section at Gölcük Shipyard Command (Picture source: STM)

The first Torpedo Section produced and delivered using national resources, will be integrated into TCG MURATREİS, the 3rd submarine of NTSP.

The Reis-class submarines are a group of six license-built submarines based on the Type 214 submarine for the Turkish Navy.

The Reis-class submarines are Type 214 submarines featuring air-independent propulsion (AIP) using fuel cell technology. The boats are able to deploy heavyweight torpedoes, anti-ship missiles, and lay mines.

The submarines have a length of 68.35 meters, an outer diameter of 6.3 meters, a displacement of 1850 tons, and a capacity of 40 personnel.

Submarines will be able to perform long-term operations in confidentiality, high-speed advanced torpedoes, and guided missile that can be thrown to surface targets (including land).