I have found three readily available sources referencing this reactor, either directly or indirectly:
Rickover and the Nuclear Navy, Francis Duncan, 1990
American destroyers and Frigates, Norman Friedman, 1982
Deciding to Buy: Civil-military Relations and Major Weapons Programs, Quentin E...
bureau of ships
energy research and development administration
naval sea systems command
united states navy
united states of america
While virtually all maritime nuclear reactors (save the Soviet Alfas and Papas, which ran on lead-cooled fast reactors with a steam secondary circuit) were light water PWRs, other reactor designs have been prototyped which may be of use for maritime nuclear propulsion.
Concepts include direct...
This is likely to deadend very quickly (assuming that it's serious in the first...
I found some interesting articles on small nuclear reactors and maritime reactors from the 1960s. The business case they make for the small reactors as well as how to construct and run them economically are quite similar to those made for small modular reactors today.
New Scientist No. 288 (24...
To start this thread off, here's a recent article on Nuclear Merchant Ships (part of a series on the peaceful uses of Nuclear power). Includes information on the only four such ships to have been built so far: NS Savannah, USA; Mutsu, Japan; Sevmorput, Russia; and the Otto Hahn, Germany. Also...