Author: Snorkeling Tips

Easy Tips to Prevent Mask Fog

It is a common problem to experience fog in part or all of your masks while snorkeling or diving. Besides using your own spit or commercial D fog, there are a couple of common methods used by dive masters boat operators and frequent divers. The first method is using white toothpaste. Squirt a little bit on to each lens and rub it in. Be sure to use white toothpaste and not gel It is important to rub the toothpasteinto each lens for several minutes. You will finish the process by rinsing thoroughly on each lens. A cotton swab may...

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Snorkel Underwater, Here Are The Basic Step To Do

Snorkeling is a fun recreational activity that anyone that has swimming skills can enjoy. Unlike scuba diving, going snorkeling does not require a tremendous amount of training or the use of heavy or expensive equipment. To  snorkel underwater, you only require goggles, a snorkel mask, and swim fins. You can pick up most of these items for a minimal cost. Finding A Great Location For Snorkeling If you love being in the water, love swimming, and have a desire to explore what lies underneath the surface of the ocean, then snorkeling is a great activity to you enjoy. Before...

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Fun Snorkel With These Simple Tips

Snorkeling is the best way to get in the water and see what is underneath the surface to get to experience the beauty of the underwater world. It’s a fairly easy thing to get to hang up, so obviously if you know how to swim, you’re five steps ahead of the game. If you don’t know how to swim, you need to have some type of flotation device when you go in. One thing to always keep in mind when snorkeling is you have to check your surroundings. If you’re going off a beach or a inland structure you...

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The Difference of Scuba Diving and Snorkeling

Let’s look at the basic differences between scuba diving and snorkeling so you can make the best informed decision about which to choose. There are differences in physical fitness ability, training, and equipment, as well as psychological implications you should consider when making a choice. Beginning with your purpose, is this a recreational activity to observe fish, algae and reefs, with few waves? If you can float comfortably on your stomach with your face and nose in the water, (with a diving mask and snorkel tube it is easy to breathe in and out) bobbling along in the gentle...

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How to Snorkel With a Full Face Snorkel Mask

Learning how to use the full face snorkel may take some getting used to, so make sure to test it in shallow water or a pool before you go into deep water. I prefer using full face snorkel’s because I can breath through my mouth or nose, I can see better under water and there is only one piece of equipment to handle instead of two (the mask and snorkel separately). So, how to you use a full face snorkel mask? The first thing you have to do is before you leave your house, you must rub it down...

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