Post Pandemic Special

POST PANDEMIC USD $400 INVITATIONAL DISCOUNT TO RESUME DIVE/EXPLORING AWESOME TRUK LAGOON… AWESOME, ERIE, SPECTACULAR..!  The planet’s finest array of dive-able shipwrecks are gathered in varying comfortable depths suiting personal  profiles for most divers ranging from light rec to deeper tech interests. Remarkably preserved, this huge Japanese fleet appears much as they went down in…

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Seaward Holdings’ SS THORFINN Risk – Free Plan additions

Seaward Holdings’ SS THORFINN  Risk -Free Plan additions Dear Travel Partners in Agents and Divers, Due recent government assistance, fresh new stimulants are added to our current Risk-Free Booking program. Future booking reservations are currently accepted without deposits until viral threat endings. Upon travel restorations, a 10% deposit will assure requested space will continue as reserved…

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Amended RISK-FREE Bookings During Current Global Virus Pandemic

Amended RISK-FREE Bookings During Current Global Virus Pandemic While idled under global disease threats, we have developed safeguards toward totally Risk Free booking procedures for divers wishing to book/reserve future tour space with full assurance of Financial Safeguards during current NCOv-19 trauma/concerns. While victim case numbers are still mounting at many locations, we are receiving…

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Dive Diary: Gosei Maru

The Gosei Maru was built in 1937 for the Koun Kisen Y.Y. as a coastal freighter. To maximize hold-carrying capacity she had no amenities but was a work ship. She transported coal, Zero Plane parts, torpedoes and other things between Kure, Yokosuka, Rabaul, other destinations and Truk. She arrived in Truk on the 12th of…

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Dive Diary: Seiko Maru

The Seiko Maru was built in 1940 for the Dairen Kisen Kabushiki Kaisha. She initially had civilian cargo duties but after being requisitioned she served as a war material transporter between the Empire and the Inner South Seas. She was attacked on July 31st 1943 and hit by the U.S. Submarine Pogy and later the…

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Dive Diary: Yamagiri Maru

The Yamagiri Maru was built in 1938 by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries as a Passenger-Cargo freighter for the Yamashita Kisen (Steamship) Company. The submarine U.S.S. Drum attacked and heavily damaged her on August 28th 1943. She was taken back to Rabaul but daily air strikes made repair there impossible and she was moved to Truk Lagoon…

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Dive Diary: Hoyo Maru

She was built in 1936 as a commercial oiler for the Nippon tanker shipping company. She was requisitioned by the Japanese Navy in 1941 and served as a tanker in the 4th Fleet. She was heavily damaged by the USS Haddock (submarine) on November 6th 1943. Fires started aboard and 2 crew members died of…

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