Photo Gallery: Diving The Wrecks Of Truk Lagoon | Scuba Diving

Photo Gallery: Diving The Wrecks Of Truk Lagoon

Diving Truk Lagoon

The bridge of the Nippo Maru is one of the Truk Lagoon's best-preserved control rooms.

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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.

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Diving Truk Lagoon

In the forward holds, the Yamagiri Maru's beams are covered in colorful sea fans, whips and sponges.

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Diving Truk Lagoon

Truk Odyssey guides found this statuette of the Virgin Mary in a forward cargo hold on the Nippo Maru.

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Diving Truk Lagoon

The remnants of several Japanese Zero fighters can still be seen in the Fujikawa Maru's cargo hold.

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Diving Truk Lagoon

A piece of field artillery, overgrown with sponges, sits on the Nippo Maru's stern deck.

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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.

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