Truk Lagoon liveaboard highlights
Truk is best known for its world-class wreck diving and with over 60 wrecks, from supply vessels (Maru) to planes and a submarine, tightly packed into a coral reef lagoon. It is easy to appreciate why divers travel to this area time and time again.
Wreck diving paradise
Amazing remote atoll
During WWII, the Japanese fleet used Truk as one of their main staging points for attacks on the allied forces but in 1944 the American-led “Operation Hailstone” surprised the fleet resulting in the plethora of dive sites which we can see there today.
Many historical artifacts such as medicine bottles and engines along with articles of war, which include aircraft wings for the Zero Fighter planes, tanks, guns, gas masks and ammunition, can still be found at many of the sites. 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!
Experience the Wreck Diving Capital of the World with M/Y Truk Master and dive deeper into history!
Many of the wrecks lie within recreational diving depths, however M/Y Truk Master also offers Tec diving facilities for those wishing to delve deeper in the wrecks and take a closer look at history.
Our liveaboards in Truk Lagoon
Until May of 2022, Truk Master will operate all trips in Chuuk. With comfortable accommodation for up to 16 guests, this steel hulled boat boasts eight twin and double cabins with a choice of classic or premium cabins. Each cabin benefits from en suite bathroom facilities and individually controlled air-conditioning.
From September 2022, Pacific Master takes over operations in the area. She is a custom designed diving vessel with 12 cabins accommodating up to 20 guests and a crew of 12 including your dive team, skipper, boat crew and chefs. Inside she boasts a huge lounge and dining area with DVDs, large TVs and a dedicated camera area for our photographer guests.
For more information on our vessel movements, check out our All Change In The Pacific page.
Frequently asked questions
Whilst we have much information on our website you may find you have additional questions about our dive liveaboard, the diving in Truk Lagoon or general location information. Via the following link you can 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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