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Truk Lagoon Scuba Diving

Odyssey Truck Laggon

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Diving in Truk Lagoon is an adventure you will never forget. WWII wrecks are scattered across 77 square miles. The wrecks are covered with life. There are over 300 varieties of hard and soft corals. On the outer reef you’ll find mountains of coral that stretch as far as the eye can see, and drops off into the abyss. Here it is not unusual to see pelagic sharks. This is also where we do our exciting shark dive.

The water temperature ranges from 82 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit.

The visibility ranges from 30′ to 100′ depending on where you are in the lagoon and there is little current.

Pristine reef diving (over 300 varieties of hard and soft corals located in over 100 miles of fringing coral reef)

Outer reef dives

Shallow dives

Night dives

Diving for all levels of divers

Technical diving (double setups and DIN and YOKE systems available)

Diving off mother ship

Large, convenient, easy entry dive platform

Fixed deco/safety bar at 15 feet

Gear rinse tanks

Dive Deck Facilities Include:

  • Personal dive lockers
  • Two gear rinse tanks
  • Large, convenient dive platform
  • Two dive ladders
  • Fixed safety/deco bar
  • Tanks filled at your seat
  • Freshwater shower
  • Warm deck towels
  • Nitrox, for certified Nitrox divers
  • DIN or yoke valves
  • Tanks (alum 80 and steel 112), weights, and belts
  • Certifications available
  • Technical Diving Facilities Include:
    • Double aluminum 80 tank systems
    • Dual valve isolation manifolds, DIN or yoke
    • Aluminum 30’s for deco gases
    • Fixed deco bar

    Photo Facilities Include:

    • Large 3-tier camera table
    • Two camera rinse tanks
    • Large slide table
    • Battery charging station
    • Photo and video courses available
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