Discover Snorkelling

Wanting to experience the thrill of watersports? IF so you will require a wetsuit. Wetsuits are designed to be tight and let water in so body heat warms up the thin layer of water keeping you warm. The ideal addition to your SUP or Kayak hire if you plan to jump in.

Fancy learning to snorkel? Great - you're in the right place

Skin diving is snorkelling while making breath-hold dives to observe aquatic life, up close and personal. It's a great way to explore the underwater world when you're not able to scuba dive or if scuba diving just isn't your thing. The PADI Skin Diver course teaches you how to enjoy watching life below the surface and comfortably venture underwater for short visits, whether you dive in a local freshwater lake or the big blue ocean, at home or on holiday at a dive destination.

Snorkelling is open to everyone - young and old - and is an enjoyable way to get the whole family involved in the underwater world as well as being a great introduction to the underwater world. Snorkelling builds up confidence in the water and with Scuba School's snorkel training you get your first insightinto how to get the best out of your time in the water!.


The PADI Skin Diver course teaches you about:

  • How to choose, adjust and use skin diving equipment.
  • Basic safety guidelines for being in and around the water.
  • Snorkeling and skin diving techniques including checking buoyancy, surface swimming, clearing water from yoursnorkel and performing effortless surface dives.
  • Going on an optional skin dive at a local dive site.

Snorkel training can help you work around injuries

Everyone gets a pain in the neck sometimes—whether literal or figurative—and snorkel training can help you keep training in light of a physical pain in the neck. Whether caused by poor sleep, back issues, trauma, or illness, neck pain and stiffness can put a real damper on your pool training. But adding a snorkel can help you continue training freestyle without putting the same rotative strain on the neck that usually comes with breathing to the side.

Snorkel training can make you more mindful

By removing the need to turn your head to breathe, a snorkel allows you to just put your head down and swim. Without as much worry about taking your next breath to, you know, survive, that can free up your mind to focus on the little things that will make you a faster, stronger swimmer.

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