9-22 November 2018 I Truk Lagoon

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9-22 November 2018 I Truk Lagoon

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We are thrilled to be partnering with Pete Mesley of Lust for Rust for what will be an amazing 12 days of diving at Truk Lagoon. 

True Lagoon has something for everybody - oodles of history, amazing wrecks, beautiful coral and fish life, diving for ALL levels, and of course it's paradise. 

We will be diving with Blue Lagoon Dive and stay at the Blue Lagoon Resort. With a max of 6 people per boat and 1 boat per wreck we place people very carefully on boats that will be conducive to their level of training and experience.

 

Click here to see more information about this trip.

Click here to learn more about Truk, the History of the Wreck sites, and see some of Pete's amazing photographs

Call, email or drop in to sign up for any queries.

If you would like to join this trip please complete this form and send to Diving Leisure London. 

 

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$3195 USD

Experience Level:

Truk can cater for recreational and technical divers alike. With wrecks in all depths from 10-70m you really cant go wrong with diving in Truk.

What we do adhere to, is keeping within your training certification and experience limits. If you are a rebreather diver you will need the same qualification on the unit you will be diving in Truk to enable you to conduct the diving activity. 

What's Included:

  • 12 days diving, 24 dive pack,
  • 13 nights accomodation (based on twin share),
  • Airport transfers,
  • Truk dive permit

What's Not Included:

  • Return flights
  • Equipment rental
  • O2 - $0.06/litre,
  • Helium - $0.15/litre
  • Sorb $15/kg
  • CCR cylinder rental - $20/day per set
  • Twin tank rental - $15/day

Deposit:

A deposit of $1000 USD is needed to secure your place on the trip.

Optional recommended Research: By far the best reference book to get is Dan Bailey's book WWII Wrecks of Truk Lagoon.