There are currently six shipyards, two private and four public, that support the overhaul, refueling, and deactivation of United States Navy nuclear-powered ships and submarines. This table lists the shipyards, with links to the Google Maps application.
The two private yards, Electric Boat and Newport News Shipbuilding, currently build all U.S. naval nuclear-powered subs and ships.
|Map||General Dynamics Electric Boat||Private||Groton, Connecticut|
|Map||Norfolk Naval Shipyard||Public||Portsmouth, Virginia|
|Map||Newport News Shipbuilding||Private||Newport News, Virginia|
|Map||Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility||Public||Pearl Harbor, Hawaii|
|Map||Portsmouth Naval Shipyard||Public||Kittery, Maine|
|Map||Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility||Public||Bremerton, Washington|
Source: National Nuclear Security Administration. Powering the nuclear navy, 30 September 2012.