snorkelling


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snorkelling

(ˈsnɔːkəlɪŋ) or

snorkeling

n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) the activity of swimming with a snorkel
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snorkelling

, (US) snorkeling
nSchnorcheln nt
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WHILE many spent their bank holiday Sunday doing a spot of DIY or enjoying a barbecue, some decided to spend it snorkelling in a bog instead.
The over water villas are even equipped with a small ladder from the decking which leads directly into the azure waters of the ocean, perfect for more snorkelling.
You won't need to look too far as Abu Dhabi has launched an underwater snorkelling safari tour - a first in the UAE.
THREE schoolgirls from North Wales have spoken of their excitement after snorkelling with Prince William.
But these three eight-year-olds got to go one better as they went snorkelling with the Duke of Cambridge.
There's no way I'm going to miss the chance go snorkelling over a Caribbean reef to watch green turtles at play.
A BOYFRIEND'S proposal was extra mushy because he asked his girlfriend to be his wife while bog snorkelling.
The Great Barrier Reef, the Red Sea and the Bahamas have a new and unexpected rival for the hallowed title of best snorkelling spot - the UK
The first time I went snorkelling was at Quiet Corner in Black Rock (Port Phillip Bay) when I was seven years old.
Melbourne, June 7 (ANI): An attempt by backpackers and residents in Australia to set the world record for the most number of people snorkelling in the nude has suffered a set back due to a registration glitch.
30am and board a luxury yacht which takes you out into the open sea for a day of snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing or general relaxation
MORE Cardiff youngsters will have the chance to try snorkelling this year thanks to funding from the Welsh Assembly Government's Free Swimming Initiative.