Diving in the arctic is not an unreachable goal. Whether you travel to the north or south pole — or both! — know what to expect and what you’re up against.
The Island of Chuuk played a pivotal role in World War II, and the lagoon surrounding the islands guard the remains of that history. Read more about the Island of Chuuk.
Dive jobs run the gamut — from FBI to the Magic Kingdom. Read more about these unique jobs and what it takes to dive them successfully.
Underwater photographer David Doubilet was inspired by the ocean at an early age. Now, he’s known for his experimental underwater shots. Learn more about Doubilet’s career and creative process.
Pennekamp Park has logged nearly 30 million visitors in its 50-year existence. The park offers plenty of snorkeling and diving opportunities — and of course, fantastic reefs. Read more about diving Pennekamp Park.
SeaBase1 is an underwater habitat expected to be in place in the waters of Belize in 2013. It will be a place where ecotourist divers, researchers and educators can congregate and learn. Read more about SeaBase1.
Biorock reefs are submerged, metal dome structures used to grow corals and restore degraded reef habitats. Used in 20 countries, they are wired to onshore energy sources so low-voltage current and flow through the structure. Read more about this nifty process and the importance of Biorock reefs.
DAN member Dr. Sylvia Earle is a big advocate for the ocean environment. She’s spearheaded more than 100 scientific explorations and has spent more than 7,000 hours underwater.
Populations of Banggai cardinalfish have plummeted in recent years because of market demand. However, they are slowly rebounding. Read more about the Banggai cardinalfish.
You can do so much more at a pool than simply swim laps! Designed to improve your muscular endurance and increasing your dive stamina. this pool workout will provide a great challenge. Read more about these pool exercises.