Snorkelling, SCUBA Diving & Wildlife Swims

This AAS has been documented to consider two distinct types of snorkelling activities.

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Snorkel swims where participants primarily swim on the surface of the water, are positively buoyant at all times and are using snorkelling equipment.
Snorkel diving where the diver is close to neutral buoyancy (with the potential to become negatively buoyant) and are able to engage in breath hold diving and swimming below the surface for relatively sustained periods of time.