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Our Mission ...

This website was created to help educate and inform the public about the history of the Nuclear Ship Savannah by exploring the ship's design, construction, voyages, and the crew and passengers that sailed on her. It includes text and photographs from a variety of sources in an attempt to provide a single forum for information and news - past, present, and future - on the N/S SAVANNAH itself and the future of nuclear power in merchant ships. This site also supports and reports on the activities of the Maritime Administration (owner/licensee of the ship) and the N/S SAVANNAH Association, Inc., (a non-profit corporation dedicated to preserving the ship).

Please bookmark this website. And, while you're at it, go to our Related Website Links page and bookmark our sister websites, the Maritime Administration's N/S Savannah Project and the N/S SAVANNAH Association, Inc.

All-Hands Bulletin (Please check Calendar of Events)
  • American Nuclear Society Winter Meeting & Technology Exposition November 7-11, 2010 (Las Vegas, NV). Viability & Challenges Associated with Developing Nuclear Powered Commercial Vessels--Panel Discussion November 9th chaired by R. Jon Stouky.
Latest Headlines (Please check News & Notes Page)
  • N/S Savannah Virtual Tour Now Available
  • New N/S SAVANNAH Association website launched.
  • Greetings to Savannah from Russia's Director General of Atomflot
  • New YouTube clips on the Savannah--including its launching
  • N/S Savannah Bullgear Comes Home


© The content of this website is, for the most part, from the public venue or considered fair use. The photographs, stories, and anecdotes submitted by N/S Savannah alumni and friends remain the property of those individuals. The header, page layout, and side bar menu content are unique to this website and are copyrighted by the developer DV Freeman 2008/2009.








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