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Here you can manage and plan your diving expeditions.

Some dive bases have the habit of daily saving their expeditions on whiteboards that hang in front of their diving bases.

Those interested can get acquainted with the planned expeditions and join the expedition.

After you report to the expedition, their names are usually written on these boards under specific expeditions.

The next day the table is wiped out and refilled with new expeditions. Many companies consider this a very simple and practical solution.

Dive.Management is based on these and other proven assumptions and habits used by diving bases.

However, the system provides much more powerful tools than whiteboard and allows for very scrupulous planning of diving expeditions.

The expedition can be created from day to day or well in advance and be stored securely in the system.

The system allows you to enter a lot of information about upcoming expeditions, but also allows you to quickly add an expedition by supplementing only a few required data.

If you are a small company, you will certainly appreciate the possibility of quickly adding an expedition without having to provide many details.

If you are a large company and need to plan very complex expeditions, you will certainly appreciate the capabilities of a system that provides very flexible tools for creating comprehensive expeditions.

In case you are wondering if this activity will not be too time consuming, we work on meeting user demands and for Premium users we offer an additional tool Templates.

With this tool, you can create an expedition template to limit yourself to just a few clicks when creating real expeditions.

There are 3 boxes on the Expeditions page.

The first box shows the total number of expeditions with Published / Upcoming and Completed status.

The second box presents the total number of expeditions with the Completed status.

The third box shows the total number of expeditions with the Upcoming status.

Below the boxes there is a table with created expeditions.


The table consists of 6 columns.

The first column contains checkboxes, which are used to select several records at the same time to make bulk action, ie to delete multiple records at once.

Each checkbox next to the record allows you to select only the selected row.

The checkbox in the header allows you to mark / unmark all records at once.

The second column contains the name of the expedition. Clicking on the name will take you to the details page where you can edit the data.

The third column contains the date of the expedition.

The fourth column contains the time at which the expedition is to begin or when the expedition began.

The fifth column contains information on the maximum number of people who can participate in the expedition (diving + non-diving persons if applicable) and how many people were currently assigned to a given expedition.

The sixth column contains information about the status of the expedition.

The expedition is determined by 4 statuses: Draft, Upcoming, Today, Completed.

Draft - means that the expedition is still in editing mode and it is not possible to assign any customers to it.

Upcoming - means that the expedition has been published, the date of the expedition has been specified and is waiting for implementation.

Today - means that the expedition is to take place on the current day.

Completed - means that the expedition has been completed or not completed, but the time that was specified during the creation of the expedition has expired.


The data presented in the table can be sorted after clicking on the header of a given column, e.g. "Expedition", "Date Start".

One click will sort the data according to the selected column from A to Z, and clicking again on the same header will sort the data from Z to A.


The "Show" option allows you to increase the range and display more records on one page and display all available data by selecting the "All" option.


Below the table on the left is information about the number of displayed data and the number of all records.


Below the table on the right are buttons that allow you to switch between pages.


The search box narrows the results presented in the table, and the phrase words you type recognize the words in all columns.


Next to the search box there are 3 icons that allow you to export data from the table.

The first icon allows you to copy data to the clipboard, the second icon exports data to the excel format, and the third icon exports data to PDF format


Next to the "Delete" button is another icon that allows you to view data in fullscreen mode.

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