SS John Morgan
The SS John Morgan is a World War II liberty ship that sank off the coast of Virginia on its maiden voyage on 1 June 1943, after colliding with the SS Montana. It was named after General John T. Morgan. The ship was built at the Bethlehem Fairfield Shipyard
The Dive Site
The ship is in approximately 110 fsw, or feet salt water. The shipwreck is largely broken up, but the bow and a structure known as the "hospital" are still recognizable. The ship was on the United States lend-lease program and was filled with many war supplies such as Valentine tanks, P-39s and vast amounts of ammunition.
The G.P.S coordinates are 27033.1, 41391.0