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Snorkeling Equipment

Snorkeling involves three basic pieces of equipment; the mask, the snorkel and the fins. When you come aboard the Royal Hawaiian Catamaran Snorkeling Cruise, we provide basic snorkeling gear for average size adults and children. If you are near sighted and can't see without your glasses you may want to consider purchasing or renting a prescription mask. Glasses and snorkels just don't mix. In Hawaii you can contact Snorkel Bob's to rent quality snorkel gear for you entire visit and they rent prescription masks and over-sized fins for those of you born with flippers.

Purchasing Snorkeling Equipment

Again, If you are coming on the Royal Hawaiian Catamaran snorkeling tours we supply free snorkeling gear for average size adults and children. If you wish to purchase snorkel gear there is a myriad of gear styles and qualities available. You can purchase a set of U. S. Divers Snorkeling Gear or other major brands for around $50 at many department and big box retail stores for a reasonable price or you can go to a dive shop and spent hundreds of dollars for top of the line snorkeling/scuba equipment. Snorkel Bob's is a great place to purchase or rent high quality snorkeling gear in the $150 range. Rental start from $9/week for a basic set to $44/week with an Rx prescription mask. They have been in the business for years and are well known and respected. For beginners I recommend not spending to much until you have more experience and a better idea of what you want and how and if you will use it. For small children who wish to snorkel I recommend buying a basic child's snorkel setup. They are inexpensive and will fit better.



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