Scuba Dive Logs
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If you’re like me, you bought a dive log when you took your open and confined water dive training. This dive log is one of the things that really drove home just how easy it is to spend money when learning to scuba dive. And while much of the equipment is necessary, there really is no reason to pay for a log ever again since it’s really just a empty forms for recording dive information. Instead, I recommend downloading and printing one of these dive logs.
Technical Dive Log
This dive log attempts to make it easy and quick to record many different elements (equipment and conditions) of your dive by providing many check boxes.
Experience Dive Log
This dive log places greater emphasis on recording what you experienced on the dive such as day or night, what coral you saw, and if you encountered and animals. This one is a little more cluttered than the first.
Interactive Dive Log
This dive log uses some of the interactive features of Adobe Acrobat enabling you to click on checkboxes and select values from drop-downs. This will certainly keep your log information tidy, but of course it can only be used while in front of a computer.
Free Form Dive Log
This dive log captures the critical details of your dive and leaves a lot of room for notes. It’s more visually appealing than the simple dive log below.
Simple Dive Log
If you’re just looking to capture enough information to plan your next repetitive dive or are just not the sort to record things, this is the dive log for you.
This is good dive log for multiple sequential dives. It does require that you use a dive wheel instead of the standard RDP.
Nitrox Dive Log
Nitrox divers have to keep track of their air mixture and this dive log makes it easy to do so.
You can buy and download these 7 logs for just $1.99.