Truk Lagoon Wreck Diving

Wreck Diving in Truk Lagoon

Truk Lagoon with its warm tropical conditions, sheltering islands and reefs make it one of the most comfortably accessible scuba dive locations in the world. This sheltered part of Micronesia has diving and wreck diving suiting all divers, from shallow snorkeling, down to deeper wrecks (still within recreational limits) for more advanced divers. There are minimal currents within the confines of Truk Lagoon and consistent good visibility, making the diving easy and accessible for any diver. Penetrations and dive depths are nominated and customized to the comfort, needs and experience level of individual divers. Read more


Free Enriched Air Nitrox

Using ‘Enriched Air’ or ’Nitrox’ also sometimes called ’EANx’ is a great way to extend your bottom times without going into decompression especially on repetitive daily dives. As well as gaining longer no decompression limits, using enriched air nitrox also results in a reduced decompression penalty due to the lower level of nitrogen absorbed during the dive and shorter surface

Open Water Diver Course in Truk Lagoon

There are not many people who get the opportunity to have a Japanese Zero fighter plane, a Betty Bomber plane and a Japanese Destroyer as the backdrop to their open water dives on the PADI Open Water diver course but that was the case for Jennifer Cuzzocrea who recently successfully completed her PADI Open Water Diver course onboard the SS

Sankisan Maru in Truk Lagoon

The Sankisan Maru in Truk Lagoon is one of  the finest coral and artifact sites. This small to medium sized freighter with brimming holds of ordinance and ammunition, was originally anchored close off Uman Island’s west shores, cowering close to other larger empty ships drawing the American’s main concentration of bombs and torpedos. Her Captain wisely gathered his crew to


The entire experience far exceeded my already high expectations. The lagoon is simply awesome with its huge variety of dives available. I shall cherish and relive every dive for the rest of my life and Capt Lance’s knowledge on the history of the lagoon is spectacular. I also love being adopted into the Irish fraternity.

Ross Waters | Vancouver, Canada

It was 2 years in the planning but we finally made it to Truk and the Thorfinn……. And not even Typhoon Francisco could stop us!! A million million thanks to Lance and his fantastic crew for our brief but a “once in A lifetime” experience on board SS THORFINN. World class diving with a fantastic crew – a unforgettable experience,

The Irish Divers | Ireland