WHERE CAN I SNORKEL TRY LONG ISLAND.
After you learn to snorkel you may want to move up the ladder a little and advance to FREE DIVING. Free Diving is just taking snorkeling to the nest level. You will learn how to dive deeper and hold your breath longer. You will be able to see and do more and isn't that what this is all about.
Many people are completely happy with snorkeling and never want to do more and that is great. Some people want to be able to stay under the water longer and go deeper then they can snorkeling. They can move on to a diving certification and enjoy snorkeling and diving. It's all up to you but you have to come in and get started.
The first step is to come in and talk to one of us about your goals. Our staff are experts in fitting you with the proper equipment for the type of snorkeling that you intend to do. We also tailor your gear to the area you intend to be snorkeling in.
Next we will fit you with the proper equipment and suggest some things that may make your snorkeling more enjoyable.
Lastly we will explain the proper way for you to use and maintain your new equipment. You should get many years of enjoyment out of your new gear, and the memories will last forever.
HOW DO I GET STARTED.
You do not have to have a lot of expensive equipment to enjoy snorkeling. The minimum gear that you need is mask, fins, and snorkel. It is important for your enjoyment and safety that these be properly fitted to you. If your mask is leaking or your fins are cutting your feet you can't focus on what you are doing and this is a problem. That is why buying a "packaged set" doesn't work out for most people.
WHAT EQUIPMENT DO I NEED
Snorkeling is a great way to get to see whats below the surface without having to take a certification course. Some people have conditions which prevent them from going under the water but they can enjoy the fish and corals from the surface. Snorkeling is also a great way to get introduced to the under water world.
WHY GO SNORKELING
We live on an island so there are lots of places to go. One of the prime spots is the Ponquogue Bridge and the Shinnecock Inlet. But your local beach can be wonderful. Look for piles of rocks and take your time, if you rush you will miss a lot. Another spot to look to see great things is by old docks and piers. Some of the best stuff you will see is in six feet of water or less.
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