N. S. Savannah
- Type: Passenger/general cargo
- Displacement: 13,599 tons
- Dimensions: 595 x 78 x 29.5 ft.
- Machinery: Nuclear reactor, geared turbines, single screw 22,000 shp = 21 knots
- Passengers: 60 (all first class)
- Builder: New York Shipbuilding Corp, Camden, New Jersey, 1961
- Service: Authorized by Congress in 1955 and built for the U.S. Maritime Commission. Maiden voyage in Aug 1962. Initially managed by the New York-based States Marine Lines, but later passed to American Export Lines-Isbrandtsen Lines. As a demonstration project, she led a somewhat strange life; her requirement for specially trained crew and extra security on port visits (and she was denied some ports) made her too expensive to operate. Laid up in 1971, she was a museum ship at Charleston, SC for a while, but since 1994 is being held in the James River reserve fleet.