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snorkeller

(ˈsnɔːkələ) or

snorkeler

n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) a person who uses a snorkel or goes snorkelling
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2007) or feeding tentacles (NIMPIS 2017)) are certainly a giveaway when viewed from 'ground level;' that is, when a scuba diver or snorkeller is in proximity to the benthos (Fig.
As a snorkeller, I was determined to explore some of the island's world-famous war wrecks, so on our way back to town, we drove to a private beach with our first wreck - the 440-foot Kinugawa Maru (or "Bonegi 2") that sank on Nov.
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Assuming they haven't been sold, you will see a baker, a gardener, a carpenter, an artist, a snorkeller and many others to appeal to everyone's inner child.
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My wife said to me this evening as we relaxed with a meal, looking out towards the Reef: "Thanks Bill for taking me today, I've never felt so wonderful in all my life." I replied: "Don't be silly, we took each other!!" | Bill Trott via email | A snorkeller enjoying the coral on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
It's a perfect introduction for a novice snorkeller and a first-time traveller to the Caribbean.
In the last attack, a shark ripped apart a 70-year-old German woman snorkeller on Sunday as horrified holidaymakers looked on, just days after three Russian women swimmers were also mauled.
Melbourne, Oct 31(ANI): An Oz snorkeller became a hero when he pulled the tail of a great white shark that was attacking a teenage girl.