Diver's Log Template?

Though I've looked [all be it maybe in the wrong place] for an actual template or source for a downloadable Diver's Log...

It seems that almost everyone has gone the way of the "Digiraty" but I'm one of those old timers that if I don't write it down fairly soon I'll forget I even got my feet wet...

Can someone take the Club of Infinite Wisdom and smack me in the right direction- or if this is one of those rare items that's not been asked about, let me know what you're looking for in a page and maybe I can scratch up something...

Either way, this site's been a blessing for those of us that enjoy and demand a tangible workhorse that holds our thoughts/creativity/activities!

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If you can describe it...

Someone here can make one.
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Elements of a diver's log

poking around a little bit, I found this software: Scubase Dive Log.

It lists a whole bunch of items to track including dive number, partner, start and end times, max depth, temps, etc.

Are those the kind of data you would want to record? Are there other data in addition to those?

I'd be happy to gin up a test design for you. Do you have any size or format preferences? Would you want it to be something that could be written on underwater (say if it was laminated)?

Cheers,
Paul

Very Close!

That's very close actually!

As you can see; the information pertinent to a dive can get quite extensive!

I see no need for things like "Photos" or "tank material"- that's delving way too far into minutia...

The first "page" marked "summary" contains the basic information needed, but where I'd differ is the dive profile elements.

http://www.rohlen.se/bilder/shagra2005/source/divelog.html
This one offers a lot of what I'd be looking for- the graphics are quite nice [dare I say "fun"? LOL!] It would go into a 6 ring binder [the name/type escapes me but it's in roughly the 6x8 catagory- same as what a 3 ring dayrunner uses...

The underwater part would be exciting- but honestly, the information is stored on a dive computer and one would simply need to write it down once you're back on the boat or dry land- many divers use water proof paper simply because of ocean spray or the "woopsies"- but I'd simply take the template to a copy store and run it off on gloss-print which with a ball-point or my trusty Fischer Space Pen is just as water "proof" [more like resistant...]

I'm honored you'd be willing to try!

Very Close!

That's very close actually!

As you can see; the information pertinent to a dive can get quite extensive!

I see no need for things like "Photos" or "tank material"- that's delving way too far into minutia...

The first "page" marked "summary" contains the basic information needed, but where I'd differ is the dive profile elements.

http://www.rohlen.se/bilder/shagra2005/source/divelog.html

This one offers a lot of what I'd be looking for- the graphics are quite nice [dare I say "fun"? LOL!] It would go into a 6 ring binder [the name/type escapes me but it's in roughly the 6x8 catagory- same as what a 3 ring dayrunner uses...

The underwater part would be exciting- but honestly, the information is stored on a dive computer and one would simply need to write it down once you're back on the boat or dry land- many divers use water proof paper simply because of ocean spray or the "woopsies"- but I'd simply take the template to a copy store and run it off on gloss-print which with a ball-point or my trusty Fischer Space Pen is just as water "proof" [more like resistant...]

I'm honored you'd be willing to try!