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Our Sister Websites
- Maritime Administration - This is MARADís website for the N/S SAVANNAH and the SAVANNAH Technical Staff (STS) that supports the ship. Its primary purpose is to provide contemporary information about the SAVANNAH and its NRC-licensed activities to the public, and to provide information about events and activities scheduled on the ship.
- N/S Savannah Association, Inc. - The N/S SAVANNAH Association, Inc.ís mission is to take whatever action is necessary to preserve and protect the N/S SAVANNAH. Activities include educating the public about the importance and historical significance of the SAVANNAH and undertaking specific limited scope restoration and preservation tasks in partnership with the vesselís owner, the Maritime Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation (MARAD).
Savannah Related Websites
- Atomic Engines - Ships - An intelligent discussion in a question/answer format examining use of nuclear power in ships with a particular focus on the Nuclear Ship Savannah.
- N/S Savannah Launching - The first minute of this YouTube newsreel clip covers President Nixon's activities while the second minute covers the 21 July 1959 launch of the N/S SAVANNAH at the New York Shipbuilding Corporation in Camden, NJ.
- Remote Controlled Model - Has anyone built a remote controlled model of the SAVANNAH? This YouTube clip shows it making its maiden voyage.
Other Favorite Sites
- Hampton Roads Naval Museum - This is an official U.S. Navy website. It is maintained by the staff of the museum with technical assistance from Commander Fleet Forces Command/Fleet Web Support
and operational supervision from the Naval History and Heritage Command.
- Historic Naval Ships Association - The objectives of the Historic Naval Ships Association are to:
- To educate the public on the rich naval maritime heritage of the member ships; the roles the ships have played in their countries' histories; and the importance of preserving historic naval ships for future generations.
- To foster the exchange of information and experiences among the member ship staffs to enable them to develop and conduct educational programs to spread knowledge of their histories to the public.
- To provide information, assistance and support to the member ship staffs to enable them to manage and operate their facilities in the most efficient manner possible.
- Lost Liners - This web site is dedicated to the history of ocean liners and their impact on world history.
- National Trust for Historic Preservation - A non-profit membership organization dedicated to saving historic places and revitalizing America's communities. Recipient of the National Humanities Medal, the Trust was founded in 1949 and provides leadership, education, advocacy, and resources to protect the irreplaceable places that tell America's story.
- Radiation Works - Nuclear Ships
- SS United States Conservancy - The SS United States Conservancy seeks to preserve and revitalize the SS United States, the largest and fastest ocean liner ever built in her namesake's country. The Conservancy works to ensure that the nationís flagship will endure for future generations as the ultimate expression of the United States Merchant Marine and American transatlantic passenger shipping.
- Steamship Historical Society of America - A non-profit organization celebrating the maritime heritage of powerful ships, legendary passengers, and hardworking crews. Their mission is dedicated to recording, preserving, and distributing information of and about the history of engine powered vessels. They have a growing membership base of more than 2100 people worldwide.
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