Since scuba divers have a tank and regu-lator, you may wonder why a snorkel is a standard piece of scuba gear. Actually, you want a snorkel for a few reasons when you Bali scuba dive. First, it lets you rest or swim with your face in the water, like when you're looking for something below, without wasting tank air. 

Second, when there's a bit of surface chop, splashing waves can get in your mouth if you don't have a snorkel, but the snorkel is usually high enough to get above these. Third, if you run low on air away from the boat or shore, it makes it easier to swim back, again resting with your face in the water.
 


When you're skin Bali scuba diving or snorkeling, the snorkel permits you to view the underwater world continu-ously, without the interruption of having to lift your head for a breath. You can stay in the water all day resting with your face in the water, but you tire quickly if you keep having to raise your head to breathe

Try it and see.Maintenancee.Attach the snorkel to the left side of your mask (because your regulator comes from the right). You do this with a clip or slot on the snorkel, or with a snorkel keeper that comes with it. Adjust the snorkel and snorkel keeper so the top of the snorkel sits at the crown of your head with the mouthpiece in place. You should be able to relax your jaw without losing the mouthpiece Maintenancee °As with Try it and see.Maintenancee.Attach the snorkel to the left side of your mask (because your regulator comes from the right). You do this with a clip or slot on the snorkel, or with a snorkel keeper that comes with it. Adjust the snorkel and snorkel keeper so the top of the snorkel sits at the crown of your head with the mouthpiece in place. You should be able to relax your jaw without losing the mouthpiece Maintenancee °As with the mask, rinse after each use and store it in a cool, dry place and kept out of direct sunlight. Store it away from neo prene rubber to prevent staining of silicone parts.