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This is a list of Egyptian frigates of the period 1640-1870:
They were built in Alexandria, Marseille, Venice or Trieste.[citation needed]

Sail frigates

  • Guerriere/Murchid-i-Djihad 60 - Ran aground during the Battle of Navarino and later scuttled, 1827
  • Ihsania 64 - Blew up during the Battle of Navarino, 1827
  • Leone 60 - Damaged during the Battle of Navarino, 1827, refloated, renamed Sir Djihad
  • Souriya 56 - Ran aground and sank during the Battle of Navarino, 1827
  • l'Egyptienne 60 - Renamed Raschid
  • Kafr-el-Cheyk 58 - Wrecked 1840
  • Damiat 52 (c.1829) - Sunk in the Battle of Sinop, 1853
  • Menousich 60
  • Bahira 60

Sail frigates surrendered by Turkey in 1839 and returned in 1840

  • Nousratie 74
  • Sourie 60
  • Chadie 60
  • Elzraman 60
  • Nesamie 50
  • Nouhan Bahari 50
  • M'sian Zafer 50
  • Chabal Bahari 50
  • Nassim Zafer 40
  • Fazl Illah 40 (ex-Russian Rafail 44, captured 1829)

Steam frigates

  • Mehemet Ali
  • Ibrahim (1868) - BU c. 1890

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