- Aruba: Snuba Diving a Shipwreck
- Snuba diving is a combination of Scuba and snorkeling. However, instead of breathing though a snorkel tube, you breathe through a scuba regulator that is connected to an air tank on a floating pontoon.
- Fox News Is Most-Watched Cable Network for 5th Week Straight
- Even with its top ratings getter underwater for part of last week, Fox News Channel was the most-watched network on cable. Yes, that's Bill O'Reilly on a snuba expedition in the Turks and Caicos last week.
- For family fun underwater -- 'Snuba'!
- SNUBA is a cross between snorkeling and scuba diving. You can dive to a depth of 20 feet and breathe through a hose connected to your air supply tank that floats on the surface. And because you are not carrying that heavy equipment, or needing in-depth ...
- Snuba diving -- yes, Snuba -- makes for lasting summer memory
- For those of you who don't know, Snuba is a combination of scuba and snorkeling. You don't need to have any prior experience or certification, so anyone can try it. You just have to be 8 or older and have basic swimming skills.
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