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Explore the Wrecks of Truk Lagoon Aboard the Truk Odyssey on the 70th Anniversary of Operation Hailstone February 16-23, 2014 7 nights - 5-1/2 days of diving $3095 pp/do $4645 single occupancy TRIP LEAD BY BONNIE PELNAR Explore the WWII wrecks of Truk Lagoon aboard one of the world's favorite live-aboards, the Truk Odyssey. There is no better way to see Truk Lagoon! This is a very special date for several reasons! February 17, 2014 will be the 70th anniversary of Operation Hailstone, plus it's my birthday too! The Truk Odyssey is one of the world's finest live-aboard dive boats and they are typically booked up many years in advance. One trip aboard this boat and you'll understand why. Read more about diving in Truk Lagoon... We will also offer several underwater photography related presentations on several of the evenings which include topics like photo composition, wreck photography, and image processing. This workshop will be tailored to your needs and requests! Includes: Accommodations on board Odyssey for 7 nights 5 1/2 days of diving All diving while on board All meals while on board Nitrox fills for Nitrox certified divers round-trip airport transfers Photography workshop and assistance Does not include: Airfare Meals while in transit Hotels before or after the charter Crew gratuity Personal purchases Camera rentals $30 dive permit fee + 5% VAT tax Non-photographers or those who would like to learn are also invited! ABOUT ODYSSEYThe Odyssey is a 132 foot live-aboard located in Weno, Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia. On board the Odyssey you’ll find amenities consistent with the world’s top liveaboards. There is a total of nine staterooms. Six staterooms are 14’ x 8’ with either king size or 2 twin beds. Yes, this is big enough to do a cartwheel in! Two private single staterooms are 11’ x 6’. One stateroom is 10’ x 9’ with a double/twin bunk. ALL staterooms have private ensuite facilities, air-conditioning controls, DVD player, and are carpeted. There is air-conditioned throughout the vessel. There is also a large dining area with full commercial galley. The food aboard Odyssey is outstanding! A separate entertainment lounge with TV, VCR (PAL & NTSC), DVD, stereo, library, large slide table, and bar is located on the A deck. This is a great place to hang out and work on your laptop. Odyssey has all kinds of room, so there are places where you can group to socialize and just as many areas to curl up and read a book in privacy. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT BONNIE PELNAR