The Truk Odyssey liveaboard offers a luxurious home to explore the Japanese Ghost Fleet sunk in World War II's "Operation Hailstorm". This is one of the world's best shipwreck diving locations. Ranging from 15 feet to over 200 feet in depth, this collection of several hundred ships and aircraft provides a magnificent opportunity for exploration of this historic event.
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.
The day aboard Odyssey begins after a 7:00 a.m. hot breakfast with your first dive briefing around 7:45. You will be able to do two dives before lunch. During lunch we usually move to a new site. After lunch you have the option to either do another dive, or relax on the either of the sundecks or in the privacy of your own stateroom. A late afternoon dive is also offered. Around 6:30 p.m. a sumptuous dinner will be waiting for you. After dinner you may choose to do a night dive. At night guests usually gather in the entertainment lounge to enjoy a movie, or review what was captured that day in video.
Since most of the dive sites in Truk Lagoon are fairly close to each other, it is easy to move around. Odyssey does not require everyone to dive at the same time. So it is not unusual for you and your buddy to be the only divers on a 500' wreck. For photographers, this offers more opportunities to shoot those popular scenes without having to wait for others to move out of the way.