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Have you been diving recently but haven’t logged your dives because you can’t remember where your paper logbook is? Look no further. Help save trees and start logging your dives on ScubaEarth, and create a digital logbook of all your scuba adventures.

Not only can you input the dive data such as dive site, depth, bottom time, visibility, etc. but you have many other options when logging your dives:

  • Attach star rating to the dive
  • Add comments about the dive
  • Identify/tag marine species you saw on the dive
  • Tag a PADI Dive Shop or dive buddies you dove with (they must be ScubaEarth users to tag)
  • Add the conditions during the dive such as surge, bottom type and surf condition
  • Add the dive gear you wore while diving (make sure you add all your gear to your Gear Locker first)
  • Add activities to categorize the dive such as ‘deep’ or ‘wreck’
  • Add photos and videos taken during the dive

By cataloging all your dives via a personal online logbook, it will be much easier to recall details of past dives as well as remember your favorite dive locales.

ScubaEarth Dive Log
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ScubaEarthlings have logged over 150,000 dives on ScubaEarth and added over 14,000 additional dive sites to the 50,000 pre-populated at the launch of ScubaEarth. With so much user-generated content, you can easily find top-rated dive sites in a particular location. You can also get information about what critters can be seen at certain locations and the most recent dive conditions. This information will make your dive planning much easier.

You also have three different applications to log your dives – and all platforms populate the dive log on ScubaEarth.

  2. PADI App
  3. ScubaEarth App

Log in or join ScubaEarth today, and begin logging your dives.

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