Mask, Snorkel and Fins

Mask, Snorkel and Fins

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I took a friend out for a snorkel adventure the other day to one of my favorite spots in town. She was excited and I was too since I hadn’t been to this spot in awhile. This spot was where I got the idea for starting my snorkel business in the first place. After taking some people there that I rented snorkel gear to on my day off. They ended up tipping me $100 bucks and I was like, why aren’t I doing this for a living. I made more money in one hour one my day off, then I make most days at work.
This is one of those spots that you would just drive by not knowing how good it is unless you knew. It’s a popular shore dive spot for divers. For me though, I prefer the challenge of holding my breath for a minute or so to go into around and through caves and other underwater structures.
I noticed that my friends snorkel gear she was using that day was generic. You know the kind you can buy at Walmart or Costco. I didn’t pay ant attention at first. It wasn’t until we were in the water and I noticed her stopping a lot and messing around with her mask. After helping her a couple time to make it work better, I suggested she try mine. She wouldn’t though, she kept saying she’ll get it working right soon. Eventually I basically forced her to try mine so she finally did and oh boy what a difference. I put on her mask and man what a piece of crap. I loaded it with anti fog and It still was hard to see anything. I tell people all the time at the shop I work to rent the best gear because it makes a huge difference. The proof was in the pudding that day I tell ya.
So by the time we got back to the beach she was amazed at the difference just a good mask made. I agreed and was so glad that at least the last half of out little adventure was good for her!


Mike Fields