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DSLR on land/excursions in Grenadines?

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Hello! Do any past Royal Clipper Grenadines travelers have insight into the safety of bringing a DSLR onto land for beach or snorkeling stops? Was it okay to leave your camera on the beach briefly (maybe under the eye of a fellow passenger) while you snorkel? I don't want to risk it getting stolen but I also don't want to miss phenomenal sunset shots. I have a water camera but it's just not the same... appreciate your thoughts, thank you!

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Hello! Do any past Royal Clipper Grenadines travelers have insight into the safety of bringing a DSLR onto land for beach or snorkeling stops? Was it okay to leave your camera on the beach briefly (maybe under the eye of a fellow passenger) while you snorkel? I don't want to risk it getting stolen but I also don't want to miss phenomenal sunset shots. I have a water camera but it's just not the same... appreciate your thoughts, thank you!

 

 

I certainly wouldn't leave mine unattended, but with someone I trust no worries.

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