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Surf Diary

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?

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