水上排水量:380t 水中排水量:700t 全長:44.80m 最大幅:3.80m 吃水:4.50m 主機/軸数:加圧水型原子炉1基、蒸気タービン発電機1基、電動機2基(ターボエレクトリック方式)/2軸 速力:水上4.6kt/水中3.6kt 安全潜行深度:900m 乗員:11名、科学者2名
※レーダー:ポータブル航海レーダー ソナー:DOSAS 3アレー・アクティヴ・ソナー、Klein System 4000側面スキャン・ソナー
↑GROTON, Conn. (July 23, 2008) - Having joined the fleet in 1969, NR-1 is scheduled to be decommissioned after nearly 40 years of service. U.S. Navy photo by John Narewski. (Released)

↑NR-1, cutout. Image courtesy of NavSource.

↑Instrument and control panel sketch of the NR-1. Image courtesy of NavSource.

↑Image courtesy of Shipbucket.
艦名 NAME 艦種記号 建造所 就役日 退役日 除籍日 備考
ジェネラル・ダイナミックス社エレクトリック・ボート部門 ◎1967/6/10 起工
◎1969/1/25 進水
◎1969/10/22(1969/10/27?) 引き渡され運用開始
◎2009/12 ポーツマス海軍造船所にて不活性化工事
2015/6/24 コネチカット州グロートンの潜水艦部隊図書館・博物館にて展示(123456
◎NR-1 missions remain classified and few details have been made public. One publicly acknowledged mission in 1976 was to recover parts of an F-14 that was lost from the deck of an aircraft carrier and sank with at least one AIM-54A Phoenix air-to-air missile. Following the loss of the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1986, NR-1 was used to search for, identify, and recover critical parts of the Challenger craft. In 1995, Dr. Robert Ballard used the NR-1 and its support ship MV Carolyn Chouest to explore the wreck of HMHS Britannic, the sister ship of RMS Titanic, which sank off the coast of Greece while serving as a hospital ship during World War I.

Update 18/09/20