Bikini Atoll trip

Bikini Atoll trip
Bikini Atoll trip
List Price: $10,495.00
Price: $8,995.00
You Save: $1,500.00 (14%)
List Price: $10,495.00
Price: $8,995.00
You Save: $1,500.00 (14%)

16-27 August 2018

A 12 day/11 night trip of a lifetime on board the Truk Master liverboard in Bikini Atoll to dive the wrecks of not just the Saratoga, but also battleships, cruisers and other warships sunk during the U.S. atomic bomb tests of the 1940s and 1950s.

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Includes:
Accommodation & Liveaboard details

  • Price is ex-Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Return airport transfers in Kwajalein
  • 11 nights twin share cabin accommodation aboard the Truk Master All meals whilst aboard the Bikini Master
  • Tea, coffee, juices, soft drinks and water 
  • 2-3 dives per day (except on arrival and departure days)
  • Includes: use of 12L steel single tanks, weights, dive guide services.  
 
 
Price does not include

  • Travel insurance, personal spending money and any excess luggage fees.
  • Bikini dive permit  $550 USD - payable on arrival 
  • Equipment rental  e.g. Twin tanks and manifolds: $12.00 USD per day 
  • Oxygen:  $0.05 USD per litre
  • Helium: $0.14 USD per litre
  • Departure taxes: $20 USD payable upon departure - Marshall Islands 
 
 Booking conditions and requirements:  To secure your place on this trip, please complete an online booking form and return  it together with a non-refundable deposit amount of  $2,500.  

 

During 1946, following the end of WW2, the USA gathered together a "mock" naval fleet in order to test the effects of atomic bombs on the large fleet. The site chosen for the explosive tests was Bikini Atoll. Around the same time, French fashion designer Louis Reard was looking for a name for his new, controversial, tiny swimsuit design and the "Bikini" was launched.

Bikini Lagoon became the final resting place for some of the most significant warships in history. Bikini Atoll was opened for diving in 1996 allowing divers to experience some of the most historic and amazing wreck diving in the world.

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