12 May 2003
Including change 1, 19 January 2007
Ampacity of Shore
6. Power to load center is 4160V, three phase, three wire, 60 Hz, ungrounded
7. CVN 70 and higher will not require any 480 volts electrical services.
8. CG-47 through CG-51: A total of 13 shore power receptacles are provided at each of these two (port
and starboard) stations. Three receptacles (1200 A) are used for a feed-through circuit to a tended ship
and 10 receptacles (4000 A) are used for the ship's shore power station. CG-52 and following:
No feed-through circuits.
9. SSN & SSBN:
Special testing of submarines, usually conducted at Naval Shipyards, requires an increased level of shore
power (super shore power). Depending on local operating policies, either additional circuits from the same
service(s) are connected in conjunction with the normal "hotel" circuits to provide a combined increased
level of shore power or additional circuits from completely separate service(s) is are provided in addition to
the normal "hotel" service. Note that for both modes of operation, the additional circuits are connected
directly to the ship's switchboard bus.
X - Hotel requirements only
Y - Super shore power requirement
A - Requirement shown represents the demand of the tender while not tending
B - Requirement shown represents the demand of the tender while tending; this includes the requirements
of the tender plus the maximum requirements of the ships being tended