During the 15th, Century Kemal Reis, who lived in Istanbul, was born in 1451. He is the brother of the famous Piri Reis and the son of Haci Mehmed. He grew up in the seas. It is a famous commander that has succeeded in delivering its reputation all over Europe. When he was young, Eğriboz commanded the small fleet of the starboard brain. During this command, he carried out flights to Andalusia. He helped Muslims in Spain with his own decision. He worked to destroy the Andalusian state. He sailed on the beaches of Spain and Africa with the ships at his disposal. Also, the Septe Strait and the Belear Islands are among the places he sees. He especially fought bravely against Christian pirates. He did not hesitate to organize raids on the European coast. His help to the Muslims and his success in the Mediterranean attracted the attention of the Ottoman ruler. Sultan Second Beyazıt Han, the sultan of the time, called Kemal Reis to Istanbul. He came to Istanbul in 1494 and took part in the navy. After working in the state, he made corrections and various innovations in the navy. In 1497, he was brought to the head of the navy in charge of carrying the foundation goods sent to Mecca and Medina. He fought with the Venetians while traveling and returning to the navy. In both these wars, Kemal Reis and his navy were successful. The long-range guns he put on his ships and used for the first time were effective in their success. When he returned, he had many prisoners with him. He also had loot in large quantities.
In 1499, together with the navy under the command of Küçük Davut Pasha, Inebahtı was included in the naval war. In 1500, it was effective in winning the Battle of Modos. In 1504 he made raids on the knights of Rhodes. The reason for these Raids was the attacks on the ships of Muslims and Turks. When the year was 1505, the Ottoman navy commanded by Kemal Reis went on a trip to Italy. This time some Muslims and Jews were saved.
Kemal Reis wanted to avenge the raid by the Knights of Rhodes to the ports of South Anatolia. In line with this purpose, he went on a campaign in 1511. However, Kemal Reis' ship, which could not reach its target, could not resist an emerging storm. Kemal Reis died of drowning in the sinking ship. After he served to the Ottoman for seventeen years, he died while pursuing a job that would benefit the state.