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Over the years you come by different variantons of diving logbooks. Some divers decide not to log their dives anymore, others do it to show off with the number of dives and an other group of people does it just to remember where you have been and what you have seen. Some of the divers tell you that they live through some dives again when they read what they have seen and remember how impressive that was at the time. When you start a Closed Circuit Rebreather (CCR) training and afterwards go on with the TEC/Trimix training you will rapidly learn that the standardised diving logbooks don't fit your missions anymore.

Different parts in a diving logbook become more important and therefore they need to be emphasised. This is why Quality-Diving created a tailored diving logbook customised to the needs given at the time. The goal was to have enough space for remarks or comments for what you saw did during diving but also about the technical information such as the gas mix or the weights you needed.

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Who doesn't know the question once you arrive at the shop or on the liveaboard: "How much weight do you need?". Then usually people mix pounds with kilogram which leads to endless discussions after a check dive. Since you brought 2-3 wetsuits and don't want to wash them all after a week of diving you want to know what the temperature is during the dive and which suit you should bring to the dive deck. This is where a table comes in handy where you can look up at what temperature during a dive you used which wetsuit or drysuit the last time on a dive trip. Finally you want to write down what you have seen on the dive or what happened between dives at the surface interval or what you may have seen on the way from or to the divesite. Therefore you have a remarks section which can be extended up to the operator in case you don't want that information. Since most people ask about "Who did you go diving with when you were in XY?" you could just look it up and tell them "We went diving with ...". However - check it out and download imperial and metrical logbook template as pdf. We are happy when you like it and of course you are more than welcome to use it. Print the logbook template in duplex mode and you should have half a page with four dives you can log and still have space to hole-punch the paper.