A low copper reactor pressure vessel steel was characterised by atom probe tomography after neutron irradiation at different fluences. The specimens were irradiated within the frame of the Surveillance Program of a production reactor. Roughly spherical clusters enriched in nickel, manganese, silicon and, in a lesser extent, phosphorus and copper were observed at all fluences. The chemical composition of these clusters shows no evolution with fluence, as well as their diameter, close to 3 nm. Their number density increases linearly with the neutron fluence. A continuous segregation of the elements found in the clusters is also observed along dislocation lines, with similar enrichments.