Chuuk Lagoon – Micronesia: The Best Wreck Diving in the World!
So where is Micronesia? Micronesia is a country in the western Pacific Ocean. It’s composed of more than 600 islands and islets in the Caroline Islands archipelago and is divided roughly along cultural and linguistic lines into the states of—from west to east—Yap, Chuuk, Pohnpei, & Kosrae.
Who: Family Fun Scuba & Snorkel (FFS&S) is Montana’s premier PADI/SSI Scuba Facility and will be hosting this trip. FFS&S will provide an instructor that is a recipient of the PADI Elite Instructor Award from 2017 to 2020.
To accentuate our blessings, FFS&S is the only Montana facility that has five on-staff equipment technicians and 6 Dive professionals. With every trip we host, we will always have a minimum of one dive professional and equipment technician present.
We at FFS&S will always go well above and beyond normal customer service, creating personal relationships and trust with everyone we serve.
Where: We will be staying at the Truk Stop Hotel that is 5 minutes from the airport.
When: October 2, 2022 – October 9, 2022 (7 nights).
Deposit: $564 (25%). Second Installment – September 17, $564, Third Installment – March 4, $564, Final Installment – July 22, 2022.
Also Available: Night & Shark dives are available for $75 per dive
Flights: Fly to Chuuk International Airport via United Airlines which has connecting flights from Guam.
- 50% off gear rentals from FFS&S.
- All PADI/SSI classes taught on trip 10% off.
- All class certifications are 15% off.
- All gear purchases for those going on the trip, for the trip is 15% off.
- Trip T-Shirt
- Fish ID Card
- Collection of edited and enhanced trip photos and/or videos (at additional cost)
“Chuuk Atoll” was the Empire of Japan’s main naval base in the South Pacific theatre during World War II.
It was the site of a major U.S. attack during Operation Hailstone in February 1944, and Operation Inmate, a small assault conducted by British and Canadian forces during June, 1945. This battle was coined “the American’s Pearl Harbor on the Japanese fleet”. Chuuk Lagoon scuba diving is best known for its 60+ World War II wrecks, which easily makes Chuuk one of the world’s best wreck diving destinations.
Due to its strategic location, Truk used to be a Japanese Naval Base during WWII. Today the shipwrecks of Chuuk Lagoon offer plentiful marine life, with many soft corals and schools of small fish. Some of the wrecks are quite deep, with the bottoms in the 100 to 150 feet range, making your knowledge and ability to dive deep a necessity.