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  • n. A person who uses a snorkel to do snorkeling.


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  • We love the outdoors, I dive, my husband is a virgin snorkeler, who may have trouble seeing underwater without his glasses (he is a good sport though).

    Quintana Roo - A trip to Tulum

  • While it seems excessive for an infrequent snorkeler to buy fins, the Hot Shots $130 weigh only 3.28 pounds and are 20.9 inches long, so they'll fit in most carry-ons.

    Fins To Go

  • Given the preoccupation with diving, it came as little surprise that a free boat ride to nearby Mabul Island had only one taker, who was a snorkeler rather than an addicted scuba diver.

    An Oil Rig's Second, Scuba-Diving Life

  • The average household income of a snorkeler last year was $92,373, highest among 93 sports tracked, according an online survey of more than 41,000 people by the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association, a trade group of sports retailers and marketers.

    Snorkelers Top Triathletes in Earnings

  • "That seems about right," says Rob Mitchell, a snorkeler in Key Largo, Fla.

    Snorkelers Top Triathletes in Earnings

  • Recently, the Cozumel dive operators through ANOAAT (Aquatic Sports Operators Association) and the Cozumel Reefs Marine Park require every diver and snorkeler who visit the marine park by boat to pay $2 USD.

    Cozumel An Island Paradise - 'Vistas De Cozumel'

  • Ms. Prager and her colleagues revel in minutiae as scientists will, but sometimes the oceans leave them as astonished as any rookie snorkeler.

    A Working Life Beneath the Waves

  • Ten-year-old Samantha Keller, already an avid snorkeler, enrolled in the new Seal Team instructional program at a local dive shop.

    Kids Take The Plunge

  • A snorkeler bitten by a shark off the coast of Maui may have been dead before that attack.

    CNN Transcript Feb 26, 2006

  • SCIBOLEWSKI: She was a snorkeler, and she was in the area where we were headed to snorkel.

    CNN Transcript Jan 1, 2005


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