Two divers who made careers out of photographing and wrangling sharks share the origins of their shark inspiration, as well as the efforts the Bahamas are making to protect these creatures.
A diver has made a career out of diving with sharks and introducing people to these creatures. Read more about diving with sharks.
It’s impossible to dive the Bahamas in a week — or even a lifetime. A dive photographer recounts their favorite dives to this island.
India’s Andaman Islands are known as the Emerald Isles because of their vibrant green forests. The archipelago stretches roughly 225 miles and consists of about 200 islands. The area offers pristine diving.
Miskito divers risk their lives every day just to earn enough to feed their families. DAN traveled to the La Moskita region of Honduras to study the dive practices and lives of local lobster harvesting divers in an effort to learn what can be done to help.
Wes Skiles was a famous dive photographer who died on a seemingly routine dive. His widow, Terri, discusses her spouse and his career as a photographer.
During the filming of “Oceans,” a large number of still photos were taken and used for marketing purposes. Learn more about the shooting process for these images.
When in the Florida Keys, be sure to check out The Florida Keys History of Diving Museum. Divers can learn all about the history. Read more about the museum.
DAN member Dr. Kathryn Sullivan has been deep underwater and deep in outer space. She was the first woman to walk in space. Read more about Sullivan and why she’s a DAN member.
The broadclub cuttlefish is a common, football-sized cephalopod that can be spotted in many places. But, the cuttlefish is always up to different shenanigans!