Directory of Related Links

Georgia Ports Authority

The Georgia Ports Authority website describes many of Savannahís facilities and provides contact data and links for the maritime community.

Logistics and Intermodal Transportation program
Georgia Southern University's LIT major program is organized around the intermodal concept, combining the cost and service advantages of more than one mode of transportation in an efficient, seamless product movement. The staff possesses a wealth of industry, research, and consulting experience across the logistics and transportation field.

Nuclear Ship Savannah
Information about the NS Savannah, the world's first nuclear-powered merchant ship.

The Propeller Club of the United States International Headquarters

Steam Ship Savannah
The first steam-powered vessel to cross the Atlantic Ocean.

Savannah Harbor Expansion Project
A public information website about the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project.

Savannah Maritime Association

The Savannah Maritime Association is a partnership of maritime-related companies dedicated to the development and safety of our port.

Savannah Morning News Port of Savannah Continuing media coverage of the Port of Savannah

Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, founded in 1966, exhibits ship models, paintings and maritime antiques. The museum's collection is housed in The Scarbrough House, the elegant home built for William Scarbrough, one of the principal owners of the Steamship Savannah and president of the Savannah Steamship Company.

International Seamenís House

The International Seamenís House is a part of the Savannah Port Society formed in 1943, a historic Christian mission to the world's seafarers who visit the busy Port of Savannah, Georgia. The port ranks fourth in the nation and is the fastest growing of all major U.S. Ports. Nearly 3,000 vessels dock in Savannah each year, and the four ISH chaplains attempt to visit them all.


Independent Freight Forwarders & Customs Brokers Association of Savannah

Membership includes freight forwarders and customs brokers, as well as service providers such as truckers, warehouse operators, Georgia Ports Authority representatives and surety agents. As part of the fastest growing port in the nation, the association actively works with steamship lines, CBP and our port authority to help drive the pace of positive growth in the region. The association conducts quarterly meetings between all stakeholders to discuss vital issues such as VACIS exams, port congestion, expansion of operations and new services calling our area.

Propeller Club of the United States