What do you do when you are snorkeling?
Lay flat on the water face-down. Then gently bite on the mouthpiece of the snorkel letting your lips seal around it holding it in place. Take slow, deep breaths without panicking – you can hear your breathing through the snorkel barrel – simply get into a rhythm.
What makes snorkeling unique?
They help you move in the direction you desire. It additionally allows you to swim more rapidly to a distance in a shorter time compared to when you are not wearing any fins. Besides the fact that snorkeling requires minimal equipment than scuba diving, the activity itself is also much less expensive.
What is the disadvantage of snorkeling?
Keeping water out of your snorkel is very important. Breathing in water can cause choking and other problems. Drowning is a danger when snorkeling. Taking time to learn snorkeling before you go on vacation will also allow you to test equipment.
Why is it important to check first the equipment before snorkeling?
Ensure That All Your Equipment Is Ready For Underwater Performance. The first thing you should do as a part of your pre-dive equipment check is to inspect all your gear for any issues or damage. This step is especially important if it’s your first dive of the season and you haven’t used your gear for a while.
What it feels like to snorkel?
For me as a first-time snorkeler it was just overwhelming. It is hard to describe how it feels to see what is happening under water – it is like entering and exploring an unknown world. I enjoyed watching all the different fish, the colours, reefs and the whole marine life.
Can you get sick from snorkeling?
Yes, it’s entirely possible to be prone to seasickness while snorkeling. The nausea is caused by disorientation perceived by the inner ear with tides and currents, pressure changes, or lack of food and water.