Pacific Master Liveaboard, Micronesia - Bluewater Dive Travel

Pacific Master


Destination: Micronesia

Truk Lagoon & Bikini Atoll (7-14 Nights) | From $360++/night

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The Pacific Master, formerly the Solomons PNG Master, is a custom-designed liveaboard yacht that can accommodate up to 20 guests in its 12 spacious and comfortable cabins. This steel yacht was designed with the diver in mind to ensure only the best holiday diving experiences on Truk Lagoon dive safaris.



For Truk Lagoon trips, The Truk Master embarks and disembarks at Chuuk International Airport on Weno Island, while for Bikini Atoll trips the ship departs from Kwajalein/Ebeye Island, Marshall Islands.


Dive Overview

Truk is famous for its world-class wreck diving with over 60 wrecks compressed into a coral reef lagoon. Most wrecks are covered with soft coral which makes the dives amazing. The beautiful colorful corals attract a variety of tropical fish to the dive sites. The diving conditions are generally great all year round with warm waters, good visibility, and low currents. 

[See: Truk Dive Travel Guide]

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Types of Cabins, Amenities and Photos

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pacific Master Cabin Overview

There are 12 cabins accommodating 20 divers. Guests may choose between the Premium Double Cabin, the Classic Twin/Double Cabin, The Classic Twin Cabin, the Standard Twin Cabin, and the Standard Single Cabin. All cabins are fully air-conditioned and come with an ensuite bathroom complete with bathrobes and extra towels.

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The cabins

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General Facilities

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Lounge Dive Deck

The lounge & dive deck


Pacific Master Boat Features

  • Indoor lounge
  • Plasma screen
  • Library & music
  • Indoor dining area
  • Personal item storage
  • Camera table
  • Charging station
  • Upper deck outdoor shaded area
  • Sundeck (un-shaded)
  • Cushioned loungers


pacific Master Dive Facilities

  • Dive deck with toilets, freshwater showers & freshwater rinse bins for equipment
  • Each station has ample storage for your equipment above and below your station
  • Two ladders access the dive platform to provide easy access to and from the water
  • Scuba equipment rental: Aqualung/ScubaPro
  • Tech diving friendly
  • Re-breather friendly

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Food & Drinks Aboard pacific Master

All-inclusive western & local food served in buffet style. A selection of wines and beer are available.

  • Full board: 3 meals plus snacks
  • Fresh coffee: Free
  • Black & herbal teas: free
  • Carbonated soft drinks: From $2
  • Fruit juices: Free
  • Beer: From $5
  • Wines & spirits: Prices vary

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pacific Master Deck Plan

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Schedule, Rates & Availability

Pacific Master Schedule & Rates

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Prices are in USD, per person and do not include park and port fees, and taxes. 

[See also: Inclusions & Exclusions]

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  • Accommodation, based on 2 sharing, including towels, linen, a/c, and en-suite bathroom.
  • Full board basis including 3 meals and snacks, drinking water, tea, and coffee
  • Diving and dive guides
  • Deck Towels
  • Land excursions
  • Transfer to/from the airport



  • International and domestic flights
  • Alcoholic beverages beer, wine, and spirits are available
  • Travel and dive insurance (compulsory)
  • Scuba equipment rental
  • Nitrox fills up to 32%
  • Mandatory: Applicable Port & Park fees and Taxes



For more information on other departure dates, rates, and on availability email us at or call us at +1-310-915-6677 and we will gladly help you plan your dream dive vacation!

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Dive Information & Itineraries

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Truk Lagoon Itinerary (7 & 10 Nights)

Truk is best known for its world-class wreck diving and with over 60 wrecks, from supply vessels (Maru) to planes and a submarine, tightly packed into a coral reef lagoon. It is easy to appreciate why divers travel to this area time and time again. During WWII, the Japanese fleet used Truk as one of their main staging points for attacks on the allied forces but in 1944 the American-led “Operation Hailstone” surprised the fleet resulting in the plethora of dive sites which we can see there today. There are many excellent coral pinnacles and deep channels with schooling pelagics too!

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  • On a typical day, they offer up to 4 day dives, however, the 4th day dive may be substituted for a night dive when the boat is anchored within the lagoon. A 7-night itinerary provides for between 18-20 dives, whilst during the 10-night itineraries, up to 30 dives will be possible.
  • The diving day aboard the Truk Master is scheduled as follows:
  • > Light Breakfast followed by a briefing and Dive 1
  • > Full Breakfast, relaxation period, briefing and Dive 2
  • > Lunch, relaxation period, briefing, and Dive 3
  • > Snack relaxation period, briefing, and Dive 4, where possible.
  • > Dinner


Bikini, Republic of the Marshall Islands Itinerary

Bikini Atoll is part of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, which covers nearly 1 million square miles of idyllic emerald-green coral atolls, surrounded by the crystal-blue waters of the Pacific. A one of a kind diving paradise, as it features not only beautiful reefs, corals, and wonderful marine life. Above all, it is the final resting place for some of the most significant warships in history. Bikini Lagoon is the first UNESCO World Heritage site for the Marshall archipelago and is undisputedly ranked first on any serious wreck divers’ bucket list. This is well justified; nowhere else on earth will you be able to dive into such a unique collection of historic battleships, cruisers, as well as the world-famous USS Saratoga aircraft carrier with its 270m (888ft.) flight deck.

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  • As most wrecks at Bikini Atoll are beyond recreational depth limits, this itinerary is recommended only for technical divers with previous wreck experience. Your Cruise Director will schedule min. 2 dives per day. The diving day has a typical schedule as follows:
  • > Breakfast followed by a briefing & Dive 1
  • > Lunch, relaxation followed by briefing & Dive 2
  • > Snack, relaxation,
  • > Dinner 

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Other Information

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  • Built: 2004
  • Length: 30 meters
  • Breadth: 8 metres
  • Draft: 3 meters
  • Construction material: Steel
  • Engines: 1800 HP MTU; 2000 vl2 engine
  • Cruising speed: 11 knots
  • Generators: 2 x 150kw
  • Water storage: 30 liters
  • Cabins: 12
  • Number of guests: 20
  • Number of crew: 13 (including dive team, skipper, boat crew, and chefs)



  • Time Zone: UTC+10 (PNG) & UTC+11 (Solomons)
  • Local Currency: PGK (Papua New Guinean Kina) & SBD (Solomon Islands Dollar)
  • Language Spoken: English
  • Payment Onboard: Cash (USD or AUD), Visa and Master card

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Got Questions? Ready to Book?

Call us today at +1-310-915-6677 or email us

And let us book your dream vacation!

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Underwater Gallery 

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Photos provided by Super Jolly  

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Reviews (2)


I spent 11 nights on Pacific Master in January 2023 and felt like I got to know the boat, the crew, and the diving operation really well. The boat is more spacious than a lot of liveaboards I’ve been on. It sleeps up to 20 guests, although I imagine this would be a squeeze. We were 16 and it felt comfortable. The saloon area has plenty of space for everyone to dine together, as well as half a dozen sofas for relaxing. Guest cabins are either one deck below the saloon or one deck above on the upper deck. The upper deck cabins are larger, with a window and en suite bathroom. They have independent air conditioning units and a good amount of storage on shelves and under the beds. The lower cabins are smaller and they share toilet/shower facilities on the main dive deck. The cabins were very clean and comfortable and were serviced and cleaned daily. We had fresh towels several times during the trip and there was also a laundry service. The dive deck is excellent, one of the largest I’ve dived from. I was on a technical trip so there was a lot of equipment and extra cylinders, however, there was a place for everything and good storage facilities for all our extra kit. Diving was staggered to make sure the dive deck never got too busy, and there was a very slick process for getting us in and out of the water. I thought the crew onboard was excellent. The dive team consisted of 2 local guides and 2 western guides, however, the captain also guided some dives. The level of knowledge and experience was evident amongst the team. Help was always immediately at hand when kitting up and entering and exiting the water, and I felt that safety was a top priority. The only downside to the boat was the food. It is a challenge to get fresh vegetables in Chuck, however, the meals were very repetitive - basic salad, some kind of meat stew, canned vegetables, and ice cream for dessert. There was a lack of imagination and after 10 days of this, I was tempted to offer my services to the chef and cook up something myself!

Visited on 01/2023 - Submitted on 01/27/2023

The dive professionals and staff aboard the Pacific Master were first rate and did everything they could to make our adventure memorable and safe. We were very impressed with the dive masters, cruise director and deck crew and they worked very hard from before the sun rose to late into the night. Our cabins were impressively cleaned. The cooks and serving staff did all they could to make our meals hot and delicious, particularly given the limitations on what they have available to them on island. The dive deck is a bit small when the charter is full and there wasn't much of a camera table on the dive deck to work with. Additionally the exhaust blows out on the dive deck and on some days the fumes were a bit much, so in my experience there have been better layouts on other boats. The staterooms were comfortable....we had a bathroom in ours but not every berthing did. The wreck diving was absolutely fabulous and the dive teams did everything to make it a positive experience

Visited on 12/2023 - Submitted on 01/15/2024


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