Diving Truk Lagoon The bridge of the Nippo Maru is one of the Truk Lagoon's best-preserved control rooms. Ethan Gordon Diving Truk Lagoon A diver investigates machine guns, gas masks and oil drums in one of the holds of the Fujikawa Maru, a World War II wreck dive in Truk Lagoon. Ethan Gordon Diving Truk Lagoon In the forward holds, the Yamagiri Maru's beams are covered in colorful sea fans, whips and sponges. Ethan Gordon Diving Truk Lagoon Truk Odyssey guides found this statuette of the Virgin Mary in a forward cargo hold on the Nippo Maru. Ethan Gordon Diving Truk Lagoon The remnants of several Japanese Zero fighters can still be seen in the Fujikawa Maru's cargo hold. Ethan Gordon Diving Truk Lagoon A piece of field artillery, overgrown with sponges, sits on the Nippo Maru's stern deck. Ethan Gordon Want to learn more about diving the WWII wrecks of Truk Lagoon? Check out author Terry Ward's account of exploring these fascinating historic relics from the Truk Odyssey live-aboard right here. Tags: Scuba Diving News Micronesia Australia and Pacific Travel View the discussion thread.