The Kennedy is not it real name, it's a navy transport barge. The aircraft carrier, John F. Kennedy was offloading machinery to the barge when the crane on the JFK dropped some equipment, crashing through the deck of the barge, sinking it just outside of the Charlotte Amalie's harbor. Home of a great barracuda that stops by to greet the divers as they enter the wreck which is also heavily crusted with soft corals. The Kennedy is safe and provides a leisurely tour with never any current to speak of.
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