Right - Illustrations of the Imperial Navy uniforms, extracted from the book by Mahmud Sevket Pasa ‘L'Organisation et les Uniformes de l'Armee Ottomanne (1907)’. The 1860s Ottoman Imperial Navy introduced:
In the case of the junior officers, a new rank system using cuff and collar lace was introduced which incorporated the traditional navy cord tie, for sailors (discussed below).
The 1860s Ottoman Imperial Navy introduced for the junior officers:
Right - The 1860s Ottoman Imperial Navy Galeonjees (Marine Corps), continued to wear Imperial Army uniforms, and now following the French influence after the Crimean War (where they first encountered the zouave), copied the French Army's 'Uniform of the Orient', otherwise known as the zouave uniform.