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Blend of snorkel and scuba (Wiktionary)

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  • They did some off-shore excursions, including "snuba" diving, a combination of snorkeling and scuba diving. was a hit with everyone.

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  • Wickersheim assisted Kiwini Hall, a certified dive captain and "snuba" dive master, who paddled out on a kayak to pick up what appeared to be a distressed baby bird floating in the ocean.

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  • 'snuba' (a cross between snorkling and scuba diving, apparently) in favour of snacking on conch fritters and sipping margaritas with the locals in Kelly's

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  • Our booklet lists snuba diving as a sanctioned shore excursion only in Barbados, but it is available in many other areas throughout the Caribbean.

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  • I do thoroughly enjoy snorkeling and snuba sounds like a fascinating way to experience scuba diving in shallow waters.

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  • We also tried our hand at snuba - a combination of scuba and snorkelling.

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  • Dive Duck Key offers daily snuba trips to around 30 sites for ages 8 and older.

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  • Now these crystal blue waters are luring nondivers, too, thanks to snuba - a hybrid of snorkeling and scuba diving.

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  • Here's what we found: Our 8-page Good Life: Two travel stories on Big Sur and snuba-ing in Honduras not in our neighbors 'dowdy downscale edition, as well as a tout for some beer from Southern Star Brewing Co. of Conroe (at least it's local, but, hey, did they pay for that?) and some personal-fitness shinola.

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  • The Scuba diving experience we had in the Great Barrier Reef was of a different magnitude compared to the scuba and snuba diving experience we previously had in the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, and the Red Sea.

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