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Snorkeling other than woodwind or sea cow?


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I took the Samur while we were there in 2011, it's an authentic Siamese Sailing Junk. My friend was very nervous about the drift snorkel because you have to jump off a dingy and she's not a confident swimmer, but after jumping in she decided it was definitely worth the effort because seeing the reef was a once in a lifetime experience. The current takes a easy pace from the drop point back to the beach on little Klein, not much worry of knocking into the reef, so even those with little experience snorkeling should be able to just relax and enjoy the trip.



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Compass Bonaire! We've been to Bonaire twice and used them both times. Nice sailboat. Only take 14 people. The boat has a bimini for shade. Capt. Wim and the crew are great hosts. Compass Bonaire dot com. They go to Klein Bonaire, or in our case earlier this month when it was too windy to anchor we went over to the mainland off the marine park and anchored.

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