Truk Lagoon MicronesiaNovember 06, 2021 – November 13, 2021
Join Nick & East Coast Divers in Truk Lagoon for some of the most epic wreck diving in the world!

$5,495per diver*

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Truk is renowned for its incredible history with over 60 wrecks, from supply ships to planes and a submarine, all contained within a coral reef lagoon. It is easy to understand why divers absolutely cherish the diving in Truk. In world war 2, the Japanese fleet used Truk (also known as Chuuk) as one of their main staging points for attacks on the allied forces. In 1944 the American led “Operation Hailstone” surprised the fleet resulting in the wealth of dive sites available to divers to this day.

There are a collection of historical artifacts like medicine bottles and newspapers as well as instruments of war, which include aircraft wings for the Japnese Zero Fighter planes, tanks, guns, gas masks, and ammunition. Whilst the wrecks themselves are encrusted with corals, you can still clearly see telegraphs, steering columns and mounted guns. There is also the opportunity to explore engine rooms and holds. Surrounded by a coral reef, there are many excellent coral pinnacles and deep channels with schooling pelagics too!

 

About the Diving

Dive with Odyssey Adventures to see the ghost fleet of Truk Lagoon, the world’s best shipwreck destination. That’s only the beginning of your adventure. You’ll see an abundance of incredible tropical fish, anemones, gorgonians, and eagle rays. You'll have the option to dive at your leisure, or borrow one of our experienced local dive guides who will show you all those places you wouldn't find on your own. On a normal itinerary all sites can be dived within the recreational dive limits. Please refer to our "Commonly Visited Wreck and Reef Sites" for depth ranges.

Diving in Truk Lagoon is an adventure you will never forget. WWII wrecks are scattered across 77 square miles. The wrecks are covered with life. There are over 300 varieties of hard and soft corals. On the outer reef you'll find mountains of coral that stretch as far as the eye can see, and drops off into the abyss. Here it is not unusual to see pelagic sharks.

The water temperature ranges from 82 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit. Visability ranges from 30' to 100' depending on where you are in the lagoon and there is little current.

On board the Odyssey, Truk’s finest liveaboard vessel, you’ll find amenities consistent with the world’s top liveaboards.

ALL staterooms have private ensuite facilities, air-conditioning controls, DVD player, and are carpeted. Carpeted and air-conditioned throughout the vessel, Large dining area with full commercial galley, A separate entertainment lounge with TV, VCR (PAL & NTSC), DVD, stereo, library, and bar.

 

  • Personal dive lockers
  • Two gear rinse tanks
  • Large, convenient dive platform
  • Two dive ladders
  • Fixed safety/deco bar
  • Tanks filled at your seat
  • Freshwater shower
  • Warm deck towels
  • Nitrox, for certified Nitrox divers
  • DIN or yoke valves
  • Tanks 
  • Certifications available

Technical Diving Support:

  • Double aluminum 80 tank systems
  • Dual valve isolation manifolds, DIN or yoke
  • Aluminum 30’s for deco gases
  • Fixed deco bar

Photo Support:

  • Large 3-tier camera table
  • Two camera rinse tanks
  • Battery charging station

 

  • 2 Nights hotel in Honolulu (If signed up for Hawaii add-on)
  • Transfers to and from Truk airport/boat transfers for those arriving and departing via charter
  • 7 nights accommodations aboard Truk Odyssey from October 27th thru November 3rd
  • Six full days of diving, up to 5 dives a day
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and all snacks (While aboard the Odyssey)
  • All beverages including beer and wine
  • 30% Nitrox fills for certified Nitrox divers
  • Chuuk VAT/Sales Tax at 5%
  • Chuuk Dive Permit
  • One night hotel post charter
  • Hotel taxes

Not Included

  • Chuuk departure tax ($30)
  • Airfare
  • Equipment rentals
  • Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance
  • Dive Insurance (required)