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Can people with glasses snorkel?
Yes, you can snorkel with glasses by modifying an existing pair of your glasses to fit a snorkel mask, using your glasses prescription to add corrective lens inserts to your mask, or by wearing a snorkel mask with its own corrective lenses built in.
Are full face snorkel masks safe?
If your snorkel equipment is well-designed and tested, it is safe to use. Luckily also manufacturers of full-face snorkel masks have taken this into account and designed the masks accordingly: they are divided into a breathing and a looking part. The breathing part seals the mouth and nose off from the viewing part.
Can you breathe with snorkel goggles?
With a full face snorkel mask you breathe the same as you would normally. As in, as if you weren’t even underwater, as long as the top of the tube stays above the water. The mask covers your whole face (hence being called a full face mask) so that you can breathe through both your nose and mouth.
Can you snorkel while pregnant?
The answer to this question is yes, you can! It can be a great way to exercise during the first two trimesters – a bit riskier in the third as energy and dexterity levels lessen. Relaxing on the surface of the water and watching the fish can be extremely stress-relieving.
How deep can you dive with snorkel mask?
The trapped air inside under too much pressure may cause facial bruises and cuts. With a full-face mask, you can hold your breath and dive up to 2 meters under the water surface. While doing so, you can breathe easily as no water is entering the mask, even if the tube is fully submerged underwater.
How deep can you dive with a snorkel?
The maximum length of a classic snorkel goes up to 16 inches. This limits the depth that the snorkeler can travel to one meter. If the person goes any deeper, the water enters the tube and stops the air, making it impossible to breathe.