Definition Of snorkel
a short curved tube for a swimmer to breathe through while keeping the face under water.
Now swap all skates, helmets and padding for flippers, snorkels and swimsuits.
a type of hydraulically elevated platform for firefighting.
Left are the FS6, the one which gave the stranded firefighters a lift, and a 1970 Snorkel with a boom and a cage for real emergencies.
swim using a snorkel.
the sea is incredibly clear, which is ideal for snorkeling
Example Of snorkel
snorkel around the unspoiled coral reefs
snorkel around the unspoilt coral reefs
Also pack a couple of old T-shirts to wear while snorkelling , or diving without a wetsuit, to protect your shoulders from the sun.
And don't forget to bring your snorkel : diving aficionados swear that the Maldives have the finest dive sites in the world, and most resorts have fully equipped dive centres.
Breathe into the blue, green or yellow plastic device, which resembles an asthma inhaler or part of a snorkel , for three or four minutes twice each day, and you'll breathe easier when you race.