Using a Snorkel?
What is a snorkel all about?
A snorkel is a U-shaped tube that allows you to breathe while your face is submerged in water.
The top of the snorkel is above the water, so you can breathe even when the waves are high.
It requires no special training, and anyone can do it.
All you need is a mask and a snorkel, and you're ready to explore the underwater world.
You can get up close to marine life and see fish, coral, and other sea creatures that you would never be able to see from the surface.
If you're lucky, you might even encounter dolphins or turtles.
A snorkel should be used with other accessories, such as fins and masks. When used correctly, it can help explore the underwater world in a safe and fun way.
Perhaps you're wondering why you need a snorkel when scuba diving?
As a matter of fact, having a snorkel gives you the option to take a few breaths through the tube while you're treading water on the surface maybe whilst waiting for the other members of your team to get into the water for instance, especially if it's a bit wavy or choppy out there.