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Snorkeling for non-swimmers?

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We (family of 4 including two boys - 7 & 14) will be visiting the Key Largo area in couple of weeks. My wife and I tried learning swimming as adults, but gave up. The kids are reasonably good swimmers.

Is it possible for people to snorkel and enjoy doing it as non-swimmers? Do you have any suggestions, especially regarding what would be a good spot?

We are also planning to canoe -- any recommendations for locations and outfitters?

Thanks.

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