“All is Lost” is a film that documents the solo journey of a boatman who experiences tech issues. Anyone who has ever been on a liveaboard can relate.
Photographer Doug Perrine is an accomplished wildlife photographer who specializes in marine life. Read more about Perrine and how he got into diving.
Waterlust is an online film series that blends water-related science, sport and art. Learn more about the film Waterlust and how water connects us all.
Photographing models underwater can be difficult for all parties involved. With a team who is ready and willing to work, great photos can be created. How do you find the right models?
Strandings in Southern California have dramatically increased. These abandoned seal pups often do not survive in the wild. Read more about strandings.
Cuba is a hard-to-get-to dive destination from the United States. However, other divers from across the globe have been able to explore Cuba. Read more about diving in Cuba.
A ship was placed on the bottom of the seafloor as an intentional shipwreck to help create a reef. The shipwreck now hosts an incredible diversity of marine life. Learn more about how a shipwreck evolves.
Proper gear maintenance is key to any enjoyable scuba trip. Learn mask-to-fin gear maintenance procedures and more.
DAN member Nathan Myhrvoid is an accomplished student racking up a variety of degrees. He’s an author, chef, entrepreneur, photographer and diver. Read more about this DAN member.
Skeleton shrimp are tiny and inconspicuous critters. They are notoriously moody. Read more about skeleton shrimp.