Programs & Services
The benefits of DAN membership include emergency medical evacuation assistance through DAN TravelAssist, exclusive access to DAN’s dive accident insurance products, a subscription to Alert Diver magazine and more. Your dues also support ongoing dive safety research, the development of diving health and safety resources and a 24/7 emergency medical assistance for scuba divers across the world.
DAN’s insurance plans offer divers an affordable way to protect themselves against unpredictable expenses associated with diving accidents and dive travel. When you sign up for DAN membership, you become eligible for a variety of insurance products tailored to meet your individual needs.
With an option available for one trip or many, DAN ’s travel insurance programs feature good rates, great coverage, an optional cancel-for-any-reason provision and coverage for preexisting medical conditions.
DAN provides professional, general and group liability insurance plans that offer you everything you want from your liability coverage including unlimited defense costs, prior-acts coverage, refusal-to-train coverage and technical and rebreather endorsements. DAN liability coverage meets the requirements for all training agencies.
November 17, 2021
Dive professionals know that decompression sickness (DCS) is a fact of life. We invest significant time and effort in preventing it. What many divers — and even many dive pros — don’t know is that most cases of DCS occur after dives that were within the depth and time limits of the diver’s computer. DCS […]
November 15, 2021
Decompression sickness (DCS) can happen to any diver. In fact, in most cases it occurs after dives that were within the depth and time limits of the diver’s computer. And when out-of-the-ordinary symptoms occur, it’s not uncommon for divers to ignore them, hoping they’ll go away on their own. DCS is often unpredictable, but regardless […]
October 18, 2021
During a dive vacation to a remote destination, June suffered from decompression sickness — but problems kept mounting, delaying her treatment. Read the story of how DAN helped assist in the evacuation.