Join us aboard M/V Truk Master 29 November - 6 December 2020
Truk Lagoon is considered the Super Bowl of wreck diving with over 70 ships and 400 aircraft destroyed during Operation Hailstone on February, 1944. Truk Lagoon was the forward anchorage for the Imperial Japanese Navy and this battle was Japan's Pearl Harbor.
Period Newsreel footage here: https://youtu.be/I-qqTVsrxb4
There are plenty of wrecks within recreational depth limits (some even extend above the surface) and also deeper technical dives if one is trained and equipped to safely conduct them. Most divers who visit Truk/Chuuk are recreational and there are more dives within rec. depth limits than they could ever hope to do in months. This will be our fourth trip. In addition to the ships and artifacts are beautiful corals that cover the wrecks, tons of tropical fish and sharks and rays. There is a wealth of great diving and history here for everyone.
Cost: $3,195 per person/dbl occupancy, discounted for cash or check
7 Nights aboard the M/V Truk Master
All meals, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages
Individually controlled A/C and en-suite bathroom
Up to 4 guided dives per day (inclusive of night dive)
Individual set-up station with under bench storage
International and domestic flights
Applicable port and park fees
Alcoholic beverages (beer, wine and spirits)
Nitrox (up to 32%)
Tech extras (EANx over 32%, sorb, manifolds, etc)
Travel and dive accident insurance
Crew tips and gratuities
For the Tech Diver:
Deco bar for stage/deco stops under M/V Truk Master
Booster pump for gas blending and rebreather tank fills
Manifold twin-tanks (DIN & Intl available)
MKVI filters (upon request)
Sofno lime for rebreathers (charge dependent on use)
12l Deco stage tanks (band, sling & clips) - 40cuft/80cuft stage/bailout cylinders
The date of this trip was chosen to synchronize with our Palau Siren trip if one so chooses, although as a stand alone trip this is one of my personal favorites. Yap is a good pairing for this destination, too.
Message us or call (817) 377-3483 with any questions. We are only holding half the boat on this one.