ScubaEarth® – Your Digital Logbook for Diving

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PADI ScubaEarth Digital Logbook

Modern life is all about convenience, like having information at your fingertips anytime, anywhere. You have the choice to use a digital logbook when logging dives, and ScubaEarth makes it easy. From dive one to 1000, you can access your logged dives from any computer, tablet or smartphone in just a few clicks.

Login to your Digital Logbook and log it!

Head to and log in, or set up your profile. Click the “Log a Dive” button to start logging your amazing adventures for all to see, just your Buddies, or keep the dive private. The choice is yours.

Use the dive site search tool to locate your dive site. If you visit the same site often, you can choose from a list of “recently logged dives”. If you encounter a dive site we don’t have yet, please take a moment to add it and help our site grow. ScubaEarth has more than 50,000 dive sites, with hundreds more added each month by divers around the world.

ScubaEarth Recent dive list

Once you have located your dive site, then you can begin to log your dive information. Only five fields are required, but you can include much more.

ScubaEarth offers a comprehensive set of options when logging dive data. Note the amount of weight you used, gas mix, surf, surge, and surface interval. Two tanks? No problem, you can log it. Beyond what you might log in a paper log book, you can also select items from your gear locker used on that dive – so make sure you have your gear locker stocked with all your current equipment.

ScubaEarth is not just a digital logbook but also a divers’ community. Tag your ScubaEarth dive buddies for each dive, including your instructor, favorite PADI Divemaster or Dive Center.

Lastly, ScubaEarth gives you the opportunity to upload your awesome dive photos as part of your digital logbook. What about video? Yes, that too, simply grab the embed code from Youtube or Vimeo.

Stay tuned for future updates. New features are coming soon, including the ability to upload dive data from select dive computers.

ScubaEarth Recent dive map