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Synonyms for snorkel

breathing device consisting of a bent tube fitting into a swimmer's mouth and extending above the surface

air passage provided by a retractable device containing intake and exhaust pipes

dive with a snorkel

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An Australian snorkeler tried to film a large tiger (http://www.
If you are anchored and have snorkelers in the water, you must display a 20- by 24-inch diver-down flag (with a stiffener) from the highest point of your craft.
Experienced divers and snorkelers over 18 years of age who would like to join the Dive Against Debris at Hilton Abu Dhabi on October 3 can contact Julia Kleindienst on Julia.
It's the only place we know of where music is put underwater for divers, snorkelers and the marine life.
Seven-year-old snorkeler Jaden Gill believed that that everyone underwater enjoyed the concert - human or non-human.
World champion bog snorkeler, Joanne Pitchforth, from Heckmondwike, will defend her world record time at the World Bog Snorkelling Championship 2009 at Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales, on Bank Holiday Monday, August 31.
Updated in its second edition with information on spring parks and other popular spring diving destinations in Florida, this title serves as both guidebook and source of information for canoeists, kayakers, divers, snorkelers, and others who travel to the sites.
Swimmers, snorkelers or divers must never pick up anything from the sea except plastic bags and other similar human litter," added Cariolou.
It even has hydraulic lifts for mobility-impaired snorkelers and kayakers.
The boat also takes out snorkelers and scuba divers, and the northeastern edge of Abaco has the world's third-longest barrier reef and an abundance of tame reef sharks.
Perhaps he'll drop you off at Ao Leuk Beach, where the waters are full of colorful, friendly fish that are used to being fed by snorkelers.
SEALIFE'S new SharkDiver SL300 and SL301 cameras now provide universal access to underwater photography for snorkelers and divers.
Warm and mostly calm waters surround Zamami and its neighboring islands, studded with a magnificent array of coral reefs easily accessible to scuba divers and snorkelers.
It also yields a trove of surprises for snorkelers.