We put on flippers to snorkel and recognize turtles and fish from Finding Nemo.
At the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean, you can snorkel with a retired Asian elephant Rajan.
Our Xolo, snorkel Louise, has had a difficult time expressing her peerless beauty.
Accompanied by a guide, viewers can snorkel or scuba dive to the sculptures for an up-close look.
The snorkel emerged and she blew it clear, then swam to the beach.
He gripped the mouthpiece of his snorkel between his teeth, the rubber flange under his lips, and slid into the water.
He swam with face mask under, breathing through his snorkel and letting the camera hang.
Scotty pulled his mask into place and molded it to his face, then gripped his snorkel between his teeth.
It was easy to agree on the type of face mask, snorkel, and fins.
Clear your mask and snorkel, then come back to shore with full gear on and operating.
1944, "airshaft for submarines," from German Schnorchel, from German navy slang Schnorchel "nose, snout," related to schnarchen "to snore" (see snore (n.)). So called from its resemblance to a nose and its noise when in use. The anglicized spelling first recorded 1949. The meaning "curved tube used by a swimmer to breathe under water" is first recorded 1951.