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I see there's an all-day snorkeling "excursion" for 35-odd bucks. I assume that's just "here's your equipment, there's the beach, go have fun?"

 

If you bring your own equipment, do you still have to get the excursion to snorkel?

 

TIA

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You can snorkel with your own equipment at no cost. They do recommend getting a snorkel vest and we were not charged for this either.  I did see several people who looked like they were using their own gear that did not have the snorkeling vest from Royal. 

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Excellent. Thanks! I knew having to have my own mask for prescription lenses would come in handy some day. 😉

 

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I saw a huge sting ray and lots of fish and a turtle, it was a nice shore dive, very safe for my 10 year granddaughter.

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