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A Soviet Osa-I class missile boat. Being produced in large numbers and widely exported around the world, it saw combat in a number of naval engagements.

List of missile boat classes.

China[edit | edit source]

Croatia[edit | edit source]

Yugoslavia[edit | edit source]

Egypt[edit | edit source]

Finland[edit | edit source]

France[edit | edit source]

German[edit | edit source]

S79 Wiesel a modern Gepard class fast attack craft of the German Navy

Greece[edit | edit source]

Indonesia[edit | edit source]

Iran[edit | edit source]

Israel[edit | edit source]

Italy[edit | edit source]

Japan[edit | edit source]

JMSDF Hayabusa class missile boat

Korea[edit | edit source]

Norway[edit | edit source]

Pakistan[edit | edit source]

  • Azmat class
  • Jalalat II class
  • Jurrat class(improved Jalalat II class)

Russia/USSR[edit | edit source]

Sweden[edit | edit source]

Taiwan (Republic of China)[edit | edit source]

Thailand[edit | edit source]

  • Ratcharit - used by Thailand, a fast attack missile boat

Turkey[edit | edit source]

USA[edit | edit source]

  • Pegasus class, hydrofoils, all six now decommissioned

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. The Kralj class was originally designed as a new class for the Yugoslav Navy, but by the time of the breakup SFR Yugoslavia in the early 1990s, only one boat was nearing completion. The unfinished boat was later completed and entered service with the Croatian Navy. A second, slightly modified boat was completed in 2001.

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