Surf Diary by Coastalwatch

22 Jul 2014 4 Share

The Coastalwatch Surf Diary is now available for registered users of Coastalwatch as well as Coastalwatch Plus Subscribers.

A smart online tool to record and analyise all your surfing adventures.

Ever wondered how many times you surfed this year? Or have you ever wondered how many spots you surfed, or where the biggest waves were? What was your average wave size for the year or how many hours did you spend in the water on average?

The Surf Diary tells you all this and more.

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Your Surf Diary & Dashboard

Everytime you log a surf the Surf Diary automatically records and maps your surfs, matching them with the closest Coastalwatch surf report and forecast (900 surf spots around Australia), saving all the information into your diary and dashboard.

The Surf Diary displays a report on your surfing history with a nifty dashboard interface and a complete log of all your surfs. This makes it easy to scan and analyise your sessions or take a trip down memory lane. 

Surf Session Feed

For extra motivation you can also see what other surfers are saying in your area or across the country in the Surf Session Feed  (set your account privacy to "public view" to see your sessions appear in the feed). Compare yourself against other surfers and get insights on where other surfers have had a good, or bad session. 

Automatic Swell & Wave Alerts*

The Surf Diary doesn't stop at just recording your sessions, it goes one step further and puts the power of Coastawlatch's huge data banks into your hands to enable you to find the best sessiosn in the future. With smarts built-in - the Surf Diary connects with Coastawlacth Alerts and will alert you when the surf is forecasted to match a great session you have had in the past, or if the surf is pumping right now!* This is revolutionary, getting you into the best waves and saving you time. 


Surf Diary Features:

  • The Surf Diary Dashboard summarises all your surf sessions highlighting your biggest sessions, best sessions and most common surf spot.
  • Review all your sessions via a Map or table - sort them by date, or by location, or by star rating.
  • Log and save your surf sessions easily and quickly.
  • Choose from any of Coastalwatch’s 900 recognised Surf Spots around Australia or to a surf cam location.
  • Coastalwatch automatically matches and saves your session location with surf conditions reported that day - Or you can enter your own.
  • Coastalwatch automatically will set up a Surf Alert when you report a 4 or 5 star sessions – so when we see those conditions forecasted again – we will let you know.*
  • Add photos or video to your sessions.
  • The Surf Session Feed displays other surfers sessions. You can edit the feed to show local, state or national surfers relative to you.
  • Mobile phone or tablet - You can use the Surf Diary on any device and it will intuitively adapt to your screen size for easier use. 

Start logging your surfs today!

*This advanced feature if available for Coastalwatch Plus subscribers only.


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