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Port of St. John St. John was attached to St. Thomas in 1718 when Denmank constructed a fort in Coral Bay, which was one of the safest in the Caribbean. It can only be reached by boat or ferry. It takes a 15 minute boat ride to the beautiful island.

The economy in St. John depends on the visits of thousand of tourists that travel from the sister island of St. Thomas every year. A typical day on the island consists of scuba diving, snorkeling and swimming in the clear water of their beautiful beaches.

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