- Class: Chacal - 6 contre torpilleurs of 1922-23
- Displacement: 2,126 tons
- Dimensions: 416 (oa) x 37.25 x 13.5 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 50,000 = 35.5 knots
- Armament: 5-5.1 in. (5x1), 2-75mm A.A. (2x1) guns; 6-550mm T.T. (2x3)
- Complement: 195
- Builder: At. & Ch. de Bretagne (Nantes)
- Laid down: 15 Sep 1923
- Launched: 2 Aug 1924
- Completed: 1 Feb 1926
- Notes: Disarmed at Toulon, 1940. Captured almost intact during the scuttling of the French ships in Nov 1942, and incorporated into the Italian Navy under designation FR.23. Returned to French Navy, 23 Oct 1943. Damaged by flying bombs 20 Apr 1944 while escorting convoy to Corsica. Refitted during 1944-45 with fore boiler and funnel removed and fuel tank added. One torpedo mounting removed and AA armament modified to 2-40mm and 10-20mm guns. Post-war served in a training role in the Mediterranean until disposal in 1954. Two sisters were lost in the English Channel in May 1940, another was taken over by the British and eventually wrecked off Libya in 1943, and two others were scuttled at Toulon.