Odyssey - Truk

Odyssey - Truk

Odyssey's History

In May, 1999 Odyssey International, Inc., purchased the Marie-Anda from Blue Lagoon Cruises who is located in Lautoka, Fiji. The Marie-Anda was built in 1978 in Fiji for Blue Lagoon Cruises to be used as a small cruise ship which accommodated 40 passengers for 1-7 day cruises around the Yasawa Islands in Fiji.


In July, 1999, renovations began on the Marie-Anda transforming her into the breathtaking new Odyssey. The 20 cabins were removed and replaced with 9 very spacious staterooms and a comfortable entertainment lounge. The Odyssey is 132 feet long, with a 24 foot beam and draft of 6 feet, built entirely of steel.



- 9 Spacious Staterooms for 16 guests

The Odyssey boasts nine large, luxurious staterooms all fully carpeted with private air conditioning controls, windows or large portholes, and private toilet, shower and sink all in every stateroom. Seven of the staterooms are equipped to easily accommodate two single travelers in twin beds or a couple in a spacious king size bed. Also available are two staterooms for single travelers only – they have all the features of the double staterooms and easily accommodate the single traveler in a twin bed. All staterooms have a 32" monitor with access to onboard entertainment system. Staterooms are cleaned daily.


Dining Area

The most striking room on the Odyssey. Attractive Fijian teak tables that can easily seat a full boat and her crew. Full service wet bar, which is made out of coconut wood (also known as palm wood. After coconut trees fall, the wood is collected, treated and used to make gorgeous furniture.)


The Odyssey’s dining salon is fully carpeted and air conditioned with two walls of spacious windows for viewing the beauty of the islands in Truk Lagoon.


Delicious buffet-style meals are the norm for the Odyssey.



The comfortable lounge is where you'll find a variety of ways to entertain yourself. We have a