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Getting Started

  SNORKEL

If using a thick diameter snorkel, you will need to blow harder to blow out the water. For children, a smaller diameter is more appropriate. Silicone mouthpieces are better quality and don’t have a bad smell like older rubber snorkels.

  MASK

Getting an appropriate sized mask is very important, so make sure to get a mask that fits your face and has adjustable straps. For smaller children, make sure to use children sized masks.

  FINS

Fins help you swim easily in the water and make snorkeling fun. Choose fins that do not hurt your toes or feet when you try them on. There are two types of fins, full foot or strap, the strap type are great for growing children, since they will adjust as the child grows.

OPTIONAL ITEMS

  LIFEJACKET

Lifejackets or Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) are great aids for beginner swimmers or when someone needs a little extra safety. Be sure to find a lifejacket that fits you snugly.

  RASH GUARD LEGGINGS

It protects the body from rocks, corals, dangerous creatures, etc. as well as sunburn prevention. Moreover, since it can expect the heat retention effect, it will prevent consumption of physical strength.

  GLOVES

Protect your hands from rocks, creatures, ultraviolet rays etc. There is also a heat retention effect.

  WATER SHOES

It is a big success in playing snowshoe and snorkeling where corals and rocks are rugged. It is useful to have marine shoes with strap type fins.

   MASK STRAP COVER

It is a convenient item that the hair does not get entwined on the mask strap. Long hair and sticky little thing for your child not to hurt!

  ANTI-FOG TREATMENT

Let's take countermeasures with a dedicated anti-fog before entering the ocean.