>This exclusive and unparalleled diving destination is undisputedly ranked first on wreck and technical divers' bucket lists. Nowhere else on earth you will be able to dive such a unique collection of historic battleships and cruisers as well as the famous USS Saratoga aircraft carrier with its 270m (888 ft.) flight deck. For this reason, in 2010 Bikini Atoll was declared the first UNESCO World Heritage site for the Marshall Islands archipelago.
>In the 1940s and '50s, the United States designated Bikini a testing site to launch a multitude of atomic bombs on a collection of war naval ships. This resulted in the most interesting underwater wreck graveyard in the world surrounded by untouched coral gardens. It's the ultimate wreck diving for true fans.
>Regular trips will start in May 2018 and will be operated by the Truk Master, offering a choice of 10- and 11-night trips with a maximum of 11 guests per cruise. Most wrecks in Bikini Atoll are located beyond recreational diving maximum depths, therefore technical diving skills and wreck experience are required.
>For more information and reservations, contact Master Liveaboards at firstname.lastname@example.org.