Diveboard Becomes The First Scuba Platform To Connect With Movescount

Big news for Suunto users – it’s now easier than ever to export your dives to Diveboard, the leading online platform for scuba divers.

Whether you’re a recreational or a tech/pro diver, Diveboard will help you keep your scuba logs vivid and easy to share.

Logging is a breeze, whether on diveboard.com or through the Diveboard iOS and Android apps: you can simply find your dive site, dive shop and buddies.


Starting now, thanks to the new connection between Suunto Movescount and Diveboard things got even easier for Suunto’s customers.

With the introduction of DM5, Suunto made it easy for divers to push their dive profiles on Movescount. Now pulling them to Diveboard is as simple as clicking a button: Just log into your Diveboard account, and head over to the bulk upload section, where you’ll find the “Import from Movescount” button. This will let you add dive profiles to existing dives or import new dives.

“I’m really proud for Diveboard to be the first to integrate with Movescount,” says Alex Casassovici, Diveboard’s CEO. “I hope Movescount users will enjoy the new simplicity in joining the Diveboard community, bringing in their feedback and experience while benefiting from the vibrant community we created.”


Diveboard offers more than just logging capabilities: users can explore scuba destinations through the eyes of fellow divers, view their images and plan their next dives by tapping into the largest business directory for scuba – divers can even book their dives online.

Diveboard is also the first citizen-science platform dedicated to the marine biotope where the data collected, such as species occurrences, can be shared with scientists for their  research.

To celebrate the integration, Diveboard and Suunto are launching a contest with $1,800-plus in prizes, including an all-black Suunto D6i. The contest will run until July 31st.