Charles Davis

Charles Davis is an active diver for over 19 years who enjoys writing about his favorite activities, Scuba Diving and Travel. Also known as the Scuba Diving Nomad

200bar – Finding that Perfect Scuba Diving Job Just got Easier

Are you a dive professional looking for the next experience? Or a dive center needing to fill some vacate positions? Then 200 bar might be what you are looking for.

Dive Panama

Panama, dive the Caribbean in the morning and the Pacific in the afternoon.

Getting Your First BCD

When you first start looking at the different buoyancy compensator devices on the market, it can be overwhelming. We take a look at your options.

The Art of Buying Your First Scuba Wetsuit

There are a number of reasons that you should have your own wet suit. Better buoyancy control and personal hygiene rank at the top.

Contact Lenses & Scuba Diving, Is It Safe?

Is wearing your contacts while diving safe? While in the past it was not, but times have changed
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Latest Posts

[VIDEO] Diving Raja Ampat – The Last Aquatic Paradise

We take a look at our Video Of The Week - Diving Raja Ampat - The Last Aquatic Paradise

Check Out SNSI’s Specials For First Responders, Teachers, Military And Veterans

SNSI has announced reduced fees and discounts for First Responders, Teachers, Active Military, and Veterans.

[PHOTO] The World Is Blue

Check out our latest Photo of the Week - The World Is Blue

TAUCHEN Once Again Crowns PADI As The Best Diver Training Organization

PADI has won the TAUCHEN Magazine award for the best diver training agency for the 21st year running.

Divers Perceive The Great Barrier Reef Is Alive And Well

Over the last few years, a perception has grown among divers that Australia's Great Barrier Reef was dead and hardly worth visiting. However, some recent research shows the divers who visit the reef feel it is alive and well.