The Odyssey, a 132’ air-conditioned live-aboard vessel has spacious rooms, private ensuite facilities, and a large entertainment lounge. All meals and beverages are included and so is the ;.
The Truk Odyssey is a 40 Metre (132ft) steel dive yacht, built and powered for comfort, safety and stability. Previously named The Marie-Anda, she was built in 1978 in Fiji and was used as a cruise ship around Yasawa Island, Fiji, until 1999. Then she was refitted and became The Truk Odyssey. Her last refitting was in 2008. She is twin diesel-powered and can cruise at 9 knots and has 110 volt power on board.
The Truk Odyssey sleeps up to 16 guests in privacy and comfort.
The main deck has a beautiful air conditioned salon with a bar, a TV/DVD/VCR player and an assortment of movies, games and books.
The upper deck is partially shaded and has chaise longues, chairs, tables and BBQ. The indoor dining area offers a great view of the sea.
The dive deck is spacious and well equipped with personal gear lockers and an in-place fill station. A 3-tier camera table, a charging station and rinse tanks are conveniently located for washing dive equipment and cameras.
The dive platform is equipped with two exit ladders and freshwater showers.
The Truk Odyssey has 9 comfortable staterooms.
All cabins have private head with shower, sink, AC, TV/DVD and are carpeted.
4 Double Staterooms (no 5, 6, 7 & 8): Kingsize bed convertible into two single beds, porthole.
2 Double Staterooms (no 3 & 4): Kingsize bed convertible into two single beds, port window.
5 dives per day including night dive.
Weights, weight belts and 80 cu. ft. (12L) aluminium tanks with standard yoke and DIN valves are included.