Just over 1 year ago we launched ScubaEarth to give divers a choice to go digital when logging dives. Our aim is to make it easier to keep your favorite dives all reachable with just a few clicks.
Not only that but ScubaEarth is also a divers’ community. Tag your ScubaEarth dive buddies, instructor, Divemaster or Dive Center in your logged dives. Upload the awesome dive videos or pictures you have taken and share them with your buddies. As a PADI diver, you can also access and view all you PADI certifications in one place.
We’ve also added more then 65 awesome diving Featured Destinations which we hope have inspired you to take that dream trip or revisit an old favorite.
Sure we’ve had a few bugs but we’ve listened to feedback and improved areas you felt needed changing, and there are lots more great improvements and new features coming soon, including a ScubaEarth App.
Active & Growing
None of this would be possible without you! With over 58,000 users adding 6675 Dive sites world wide and logging 50441 dives all in 1 year. That’s not all, as you’ve also uploaded 26000 photos. We’ve seen gear lockers tell us that BCDs, regulators and dive computers are the most popular owned items.
Some of the highlights of the past year have been Andrew Ricks becoming the first person to log over 1000 dives. Nearly $10,000 raised for Project AWARE with our Dollars for Dives campaign in August. We launched computer uploads for DL7 files to make it users to log your dives (more formats will follow).
So we look forward to the next year and lots of exciting new developments and improvements. Happy Birthday ScubaEarth! (Any birthday cake donations greatly received!)