Truk Lagoon Schedule

*Aron Arngrimsson is attending all charters as group leader with Special Guests unless otherwise specified.

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Travel Schedule 

  • Day 1 – Flight lands in Truk and we embark Truk Master. Depending on the flight arrival times, you might have time for equipment setup and a weight check while we’re anchored.

  • Day 2 – Boat briefing, paperwork, an overview of safety and emergency procedures, equipment setup, and our first day of diving.

  • Day 2 until the day before disembarking – Diving in Truk Lagoon.

  • Disembarking day – The last dive must be completed 24 hours or more before your flight. After diving, we’ll settle any remaining bills, disembark Truk Master, and head to the airport.

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A Typical Day

07:30 – Coffee!

08:00 – Breakfast

08:30 – Briefing/Dive 1

12:00 – Lunch

14:00 – Briefing/Dive 2

16:00 – Snacks

19:00 – Dinner

20:00 – Team Debriefing

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What’s Included in Your Trip?

Avoiding surprise bills at the end of your trip is high on our list of priorities. We include as much as possible so that you can budget accordingly. We are available at any time to discuss your budget for the consumables related to your configuration.

The following is included in a Dirty Dozen Truk Lagoon expedition:

  • Accommodation during the cruise

  • All meals

  • Fresh coffee from our espresso machine, fruit juice, and soft drinks

  • CCR, twinset, or single tank/sidemount cylinder rentals

  • Two bailout/OC deco cylinders (TEC)

  • Two dives per day (TEC) and four dives per day (REC)

  • On selected dates a special guest is on board. Aron Arngrimsson is also on board as trip leader providing wreck photography, workshops and other fun activities.

  • 24/7 support from The Dirty Dozen. We will be there every step of the way for you from the first email to the last dive.

  • Transfers between the airport and M/V Truk Master on the day of embarkation

  • Transfer between M/V Truk Master and the airport on disembarking day.

You should budget accordingly for these additional costs:

  • Marine and port fees: US$250, subject to change

  • O2, helium, and Sofnolime (TEC)

  • Flights (around US$1500)

On-board extras:

  • UW scooter rental

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Crew tips 

  • Satellite internet