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The Sick Bay on the TS Kennedy has 11 portable oxygen tanks


The Miami Dolphins have had 2 Super Bowl wins – 1972 and 1973.


The Port of Miami Tunnel is a 4,200 foot undersea tunnel in Miami, Florida.  It consists of two parallel tunnels (one in each direction) that travel beneath Biscayne Bay, connecting the MacArthur Causeway on Watson Island with PortMiami on Dodge Island.  


It has snowed exactly one day in Miami's official meteorological history. Flurries were recorded on January 19, 1977


The city of Miami was founded in 1896 because local businesswoman Julia Tuttle encouraged a railroad mogul to expand into the area.  This makes Miami the only major city in the United States to be founded by a woman.


3,600 pounds of French fries were loaded onto the TS Kennedy for Sea Term 2019.  The French fries will have to last until the ship returns on Sunday, February 24th.  


In 1964, building began on the vessel now known as the TS Kennedy. The name of the ship at the time was Velma Lykes.


There are 8 automated external defibrillators (AEDs) located in key locations throughout the TS Kennedy.  An AED is a lightweight, portable devise that delivers an electric shock through the chest to the heart.  Non-medical personnel who have been trained in CPR can use AEDs.



There are at least 28 island nations and more than 7,000 individual islands in the Caribbean.


The distance from Road Town, Tortola to Miami, Florida is 972 nautical miles.


The width of Tortola is 3.1 miles.


The highest point on the mountainous island of Tortola is Mount Sage at 1,740 feet


Approximately 90 percent of the population identify as of African descent.


The TS Kennedy may carry a maximum of 2,503 tons of fuel.


There are 14 beds that the Sick Bay has for medical care - inpatient, isolation, and evaluation.


The distance from San Juan, Puerto Rico to Road Town, Tortola is 85 nautical miles.


On March 2, 1917, United States granted the people of Puerto Rico U.S. statutory citizenship.


At 4,300 vehicles per paved mile, San Juan has by the highest density of vehicles on the road of any country in the world.


The average annual temperature of San Juan, Puerto Rico is 81 degrees Fahrenheit


975 pounds of bacon were loaded on the TS Kennedy for Sea Term 2019.  The bacon will have to last until the ship returns to Buzzards Bay on February 24th.