Truk OdysseyTruk Lagoon
Built in Fiji in 1978, the 126-foot Truk Odyssey is one of Truk’s finest liveaboards.
Accommodating a maximum of just 16 passengers in nine staterooms, the steel-hulled Truk Odyssey offers 7 night itineraries throughout the year with up to five dives scheduled daily allowing you to experience Truk’s world class wreck diving in space and comfort.
How to get there
Truk Lagoon is most easily reached through Manila, in the Philippines. There are many airlines operating flights to Manila from the UK and you would need to take a night’s accommodation there prior to continuing your journey to Truk the next day. From Manila, there are flights to Truk Lagoon operating two times per week, travelling on United Airlines via Guam. Flight time from Manila to Truk is just 8hrs, although the flight times can be at very unsociable hours.
Guide price: 7nts from £4500pp*
Included: Flights with Philippines Airlines to Manilla from London, flights from Manilla to Truk, via Guam, 1 night twin share accommodation in Manilla before and after the liveaboard, 7 nights stateroom accommodation onboard, all diving, meals, snacks & non-alcoholic beverages, beer & wine, air, tanks, weights, Nitrox and transfers
Not included: Rebreather support, departure taxes, 5% sales tax, government diving permit, equipment rental & dive courses and optional land tour on departure day
*Price shown is for guide purposes only and is based on low season travel and for lowest cabin type. Please contact us for a confirmed cost based on your preferred duration, cabin choice and time of travel.
Extend your stay
Truk Lagoon is an ideal destination to combine with a stay in either Yap or Palau. United Airlines service all these areas, with flights to Yap and Palau operating via Guam.
The 9 spacious cabins are split between the main and lower decks, and each have en suite bathrooms, individually controlled air conditioning, TV with entertainment system and a window or porthole. 7 of the staterooms can be configured as either double or twin accommodation with a king bed or two twins, 2 of the staterooms are for single guests.
There is a large air-conditioned lounge with comfortable sofas, entertainment system, games, books and well stocked fridge. If you prefer to relax in the sun, there is a partially covered sun deck with loungers and deck chairs.
Meals are served in the spacious dining room located on the main deck, with its attractive Fijian teak tables and coconut wood bar. Breakfasts include bacon, sausage and eggs cooked to order with toast, cereals, fresh fruit and juices. Lunches and evening meals are varied buffets with plenty of choice of local and international cuisine. In addition, snacks are served throughout the day ensuring you will never go hungry!
The huge dive deck has personal dive lockers, a large carpeted camera table for camera gear, charging station, freshwater camera rinse tanks and freshwater showers with fresh towels. Dives are conducted from the dive platform at the back of the Odyssey, which has a diver lift and ladder for easy entry/exit.
Diving begins daily around 0745 after a hot breakfast, with 2 dives before lunch before the boat moves to a new site for the afternoon dives.
Twinsets and stages are available for hire and rebreather divers are welcome.
Ready for your next adventure?
Great Escapes Diving Holidays Ltd
Office hours: Mondays to Fridays, 9am - 5pm
Tel: 01449 535010
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