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Johnson Sea Link was the name of a deep-sea scientific research submersible built by The Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution in 1971. It was designed by Edwin Albert Link, a friend of Harbor Branch's founder Seward Johnson.

In 1973 the craft was trapped for over 24 hours in the wreckage of the sunken destroyer . Whilst the craft was eventually recovered by the rescue vessel A. B. Wood, two of the four occupants perished.

In 1975 a second Johnson Sea Link was constructed.

In 1977, JSL I was used as the first vessel to examine the wreckage of the ironclad Civil War battleship, .

The submersible and its research program were featured in a Voice of America .

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