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Join DAN at Boston Sea Rovers show
>Join DAN at the Boston Sea Rovers show March 9-10 at the DoubleTree Boston North Shore in Danvers, Massachusetts. Learn about the latest DAN programs and products and how to make the most of your DAN membership. The Boston Sea Rovers show is the oldest dive and travel expo in the Northeast.
>As DAN's way of saying thank you for being a loyal member, you'll get $5 off the Sunday show admission when you present your DAN membership card at the door — no coupon required.
>DoubleTree by Hilton Boston North Shore
>50 Ferncroft Road
>Danvers, Massachusetts 01923
>Saturday: 8:45 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.; film festival: 8:00 p.m. — 10:30 p.m.
>Sunday: 9:15 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.
>Be sure to stop by the DAN booth (#9/10) to check out:
>Membership and Insurance Benefits — Are you getting the most out of your DAN membership? Do you have the coverage you need to protect you in the event of a dive incident? Touch base with a DAN representative to review your member benefits and dive accident policy.
>Safety Products — From Marine Medkits to complete oxygen units, DAN has the safety products every diver needs.
>Travel Insurance — With per-trip and annual travel policies, DAN Travel Insurance has you covered when you hit the road.
>DAN Professional Membership — If you're a dive professional, you'll want to learn more about the DAN Pro program, available at no cost to you. DAN Pros can take advantage of exclusive benefits such as Student Medical Expense Coverage for all their entry-level students (fully subsidized by DAN), preferred pricing on DAN Professional Liability Insurance and more.Dive Safety Seminar
>Don't miss The Bumpy Road to Personalized Decompression: Where Are We Headed?, presented Saturday at 9:00 a.m. by DAN research director Frauke Tillmans, Ph.D.:
>If you were to ask the leading experts in dive medicine to predict the future of decompression sickness prevention, you would get many different answers. Some see it in the optimization of dive computer algorithms, others in standardized preconditioning procedures before diving, and some are convinced that preventing DCS is just one superfood or decompression pill away. Lacking a crystal ball, we look to the recent literature, where we find promising hints (mostly from animal studies) about what personalized decompression may look like in the future.