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28°C | 82°F
27°C | 81°F
Bikini Atoll liveaboard highlights
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Bikini Atoll is one of the most famous places in the world for wreck diving; It is a true wreck diver’s bucket-list destination. If you are a serious wreck diver, liveaboard diving in Bikini Atoll will give you the opportunity to explore the world renowned nuclear ghost fleet in comfort.
28°C air temperature all year
Thriving reefs and corals
Technical diving destination
Wreck diver's paradise
Crystal clear water - 40-60m visibility
Bikini Atoll is part of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, which covers nearly 1 million square miles of idyllic emerald-green coral atolls, surrounded by the crystal-blue waters of the Pacific. A one of a kind diving paradise featuring not only beautiful reefs, corals and wonderful marine life; Above all, it is the final resting place for some of the most significant warships in history.
Bikini Lagoon is the first UNESCO World Heritage site for the Marshall Islands archipelago and is undisputedly ranked first on any serious wreck diver’s bucket-list. This is well justified; nowhere else on earth will you be able to dive such a unique collection of historic battleships and cruisers, as well as the world famous USS Saratoga aircraft carrier with its 270 metre (888ft) flight deck.
Nowhere else can you dive such a fantastic collection of wrecks, including battleships, submarines, destroyers, and most notably the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga.
Itineraries in Bikini Atoll
We’ve got 3 itineraries to get you really inspired about liveaboard diving in Bikini Atoll.
Our liveaboards in Bikini Atoll
Solomons Master (previously Truk Master) will operate trips in Bikini Atoll from late April 2023 until the end of September 2023 and will return to Bikini Atoll for an additional season from May – September 2024. With comfortable accommodation for up to 12 guests (on Bikini itineraries only), this steel hulled boat boasts eight double occupancy cabins with a choice of classic or premium cabins. Each cabin benefits from ensuite bathroom facilities and individually controlled air-conditioning.
From May 2023, Pacific Master will join Solomons Master in Bikini Atoll; Then, from September 2024 onwards she will take over sole duty on Bikini itineraries. She is a custom designed diving vessel with 12 air-conditioned cabins and can easily accommodate up to 16 guests on Bikini trips.
Both vessels are set up with full tech diving facilities, including a deco-bar, in order to fulfil the requirements for diving in Bikini Atoll.
For more information on our vessel movements, check out our All Change In The Pacific page
Bikini Atoll: 2023 and 2024 only
Due to extra space requirements for equipment, availability for Bikini Atoll itineraries on Truk / Solomons Master is limited to 12 divers only.
NEW in Bikini: from May 2023
Jump on board and experience complete isolation and tranquility. Maximum number of guests on Pacific Master for Bikini Atoll itineraries is limited to 16 divers.
What to see in Bikini Atoll
Already excited about diving Bikini Atoll? Here’s what you can hope to see underwater.
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Do you have questions about Bikini Atoll?
Whilst we have much information on our website you may find you have additional questions about our Bikini Atoll liveaboard, diving Bikini Atoll or general location information. Our Everything about Bikini Atoll blog provides many of the ‘why, what, who, where, when and how’ answers about scuba diving in Bikini Atoll and, from the FAQs link below you can also find answers to some commonly asked questions. Should you have other questions or queries, please contact our reservations team who will be pleased to assist you.
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