Turkish major ships were normally painted in a pale khaki, and the wooden decks (being less scrubbed) were darker. This was because of their role as a mostly coastal navy. Pale, yellowish khaki concealed them against coastlines in their area of operation.
Under German influence, some ships were re-painted grey.
Canvas was painted in khaki as well, but this was far from standard. Waterlines, where painted in, were red.
Torpedo boats were normally black or, later, khaki.