Hawai'i Trip - [Snorkel Cruise]

We signed up for a snorkel cruise, which included a four hours voyage, with about hours snorkling time. We were also given food and drink too. Once the drinking started, no more snorking.

We cruised up the coast to a secluded area that had some nice underwater reefs. Kimberly and I went out and took some underwater pictures that turned out terrible. We saw schools of fish, and even a few sea creatures.

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Here is the boat we cruised on: The Sea Smoke. Here is one of the crew instructing us in the types of fish and sea life we will encounter while snorkeling. Here is a picture of Kimberly and I starting out to the check out the reef.
Here is the boat we cruised on: The Sea Smoke. Here is one of the crew instructing us in the types of fish and sea life we will encounter while snorkeling. Here is a picture of Kimberly and I starting out to the check out the reef.
The boat stopped near this patch of green in the surrounding lava fields. Here we are again coming up for air, so to speak. Here is a picture of most of the people on board checking out the reef.
The boat stopped near this patch of green in the surrounding lava fields. Here we are again coming up for air, so to speak. Here is a picture of most of the people on board checking out the reef.
One of the crew prepares to hoist the main sail. Kimberly checks out the Pacific Ocean from the deck. As we approach the bay, this picture is looking toward our resort, the Waikoloa Beach Outrigger.
One of the crew prepares to hoist the main sail. Kimberly checks out the Pacific Ocean from the deck. As we approach the bay, this picture is looking toward our resort, the Waikoloa Beach Outrigger.
Here is a picture of the cruise group as we sail back into the bay.
Here is a picture of the cruise group as we sail back into the bay.