|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|Le Fier||A C de Bretagne, Nantes||1.1939||12.3.1940||---||incomplete to Germany (TA1), scuttled incomplete 11.8.1944|
|L`Agile||A C de Bretagne, Nantes||4.1939||23.5.1940||---||incomplete to Germany (TA2), sunk incomplete 6.9.1943|
|L`Entreprenant||A C de la Loire, Nantes||1.1939||25.5.1940||---||incomplete to Germany (TA4), sunk incomplete 6.9.1943|
|Le Farouche||A C de la Loire, Nantes||4.1939||19.10.1940||---||incomplete to Germany (TA5), scuttled incomplete 11.8.1944|
|L`Alsacien||A C de la Loire, Nantes||4.1939||1942||---||incomplete to Germany (TA3), BU incomplete 1944|
|Le Corse||A C de la Loire, Nantes||1.1940||4.4.1942||---||incomplete to Germany (TA6), scuttled incomplete 11.8.1944|
|Le Breton||A C de la Loire, Nantes||1/1940||---||---||cancelled 1940|
|Displacement standard, t||
|Displacement full, t||
90.0 pp 95.0 oa
|No of shafts||
2 sets Parsons or Rateau-Bretagne geared steam turbines, 3 Indret boilers
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
2 x 2 - 100/45 M1933, 4 x 2 - 13.2/76, 2 x 2 - 550 TT, 2 DCR
Built under 1937 (4 ships) and 1938 (3 ships) programmes. 5 more boats were ordered under additional 1938b programme and two under the 1938c programme. 6 or 7 ships were laid down only. Building of Le Breton (she was presumably laid down in January, 1940), Le Tunisien, Le Normand, Le Parisien, Le Provencal, Le Saintongeais, Le Nicois and Le Savoyard was cancelled.
Boats presented development of previous class with correction of its lacks. They should carry DP main guns (for the first time on French torpedo ships) at aft end, and AA MGs grouped at fore end. Besides, armour protection of gun mounts, bridge and deck became a novelty.
Germans tried to complete the ships, but no one ship was finished. Under German flag characteristic of ships should change a little. Displacement was supposed about 1087/1443t, and dimensions should be 90/93.2x9.22x3.91m; armament consisted of 3x1 105mm guns at aft end, 2 single 37mm and 9 single 20mm MGs and 2 triple 533mm TT. Almost ready TA2 was sunk by American aircraft, as well as TA4. Parts of TA3 were used for completion of sister ships. TA1, TA5 and TA6 were scuttled by Germans at departure from Nantes.