Description: SharkPoint is an easy to use, and full-featured scuba diver's logbook for Windows. Designed for recreational divers the SharkPoint interface won't bother you with endless options and difficult to use features. You can enter as much information or as little as you like and output it easily to every own designed hardcopy.
The SharkPoint statistics and search tools make your electronic log much more useful that one kept on paper.
You can easily find data and review trends in your diving to answer questions like "What depth do I most frequently dive to, and how long do I typically stay there?" or "Has my overall air consumption become better lately? By how much?".
With the free to use DiveSync software you are able to transfer all your logbook data to and from SharkPoint for Palm devices.
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