Check out our range of snorkels for both Snorkeling and Diving!
Personal snorkels are always better than using rental snorkels. You never know how many bacteria and germs are on the rental snorkels. These snorkels are usable for both snorkeling and diving.
Dry Snorkels, Semi-Dry Snorkels, and Free Diving Snorkels have their individual specifications. Definitely a good piece of equipment to have on hand.
Dry Snorkels have a special mechanism on the top, that prevents water from coming in. It also blocks water out if you accidentally submerge the tip below the surface. There is also a drainage exhaust to allow water to exit.
Semi-Dry Snorkels break water as best as possible and are slightly lighter than Dry. There is also a drainage exhaust to allow water to exit.
Free Diving Snorkels do not have any top mechanism to block water out or any drainage exhaust. They are usually foldable and designed to tuck under the mask strap. You should only buy this if you know what you are doing!