List of civilian nuclear ships


List of civilian nuclear ships

The following are ships that are or were in commercial or civilian use and have nuclear marine propulsion.

Merchant cargo ships

* NS "Mutsu", Japan, 1990 - 1995. It never carried any commercial cargo.
* NS "Otto Hahn", Germany, 1968 - 1979 (re-powered with diesel engine in 1979)
* NS "Savannah", United States, 1962 - 1972
* NS "Sevmorput", Russia (former Soviet Union), 1988 - (still in operation).

Nuclear powered icebreakers

Russian (former Soviet Union):
*Ocean Icebreakers
**NS ""Lenin" (decomissioned, museum ship)
**NS "Arktika" (inactive, awaiting refit or scrapping)
**NS "Sibir" (inactive, awaiting refit or scrapping)
**NS "Rossiya"
**NS "Sovjetskij Sojuz"
**NS "Yamal
**NS "50 Let Pobedy", formerly the "Ural"
*River Icebreakers
**NS "Taimyr"
**NS "Vaigach"


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