ocean maps divecards
Nik Lindner

“The Ocean Maps Scuba App is my daily companion when preparing and planning my next world records.”

- Nik Lindner, Apnoe World Record Holder

Thorsten Bauer

“It gives me a matchless level of security, to prepare myself for the next dive. The marked currents, depths, hotspots and exact measured topography, help me a lot to have a better orientation.”

- Thorsten Bauer, Diver

Hans-Ulrich Brandt

“Adds unique possibilities to enhance my diving experiences.”

- Hans-Ulrich Brandt, Diver

Björn Gafner

“For us as a dive center it's a perfect tool to brief our divers and give them deep impressions on what they should be focusing on.”

- Björn Gafner, Dive Guide Lagona Divers

Bastian Michel

“Especially the different viewing modes are very interesting to me. Through them I can prepare myself perfectly for my next dives. Really well done.”

- Bastian Michel, Diver

Lars Müller

“What a great idea. That really helps me a lot, getting the big picture.”

- Lars Müller, Diver

Markus Rudolf

“For me as a diving instructor, security and preparation have the highest priority. Through Ocean Maps Scuba App I am able to do exact dive planning and preparation, that really stays in the head.”

- Markus Rudolf, Diving Instructor

4 Awesome viewing modes


We include lots of technical and background information, to give you the big picture.
Never before, have the most beautiful diving areas been made available in such detail. Even areas you know well, can turn up hidden treasures waiting to be explored.

Terrain view

The world above has been measured. We measure the world below the surface.

Through singlebeam, multibeam and side scanning sonars, we echo-sound the seafloor. GPS Systems make sure that the point clouds are perfectly positioned. High resolution satellite scans from some of the most capable satellites in the orbit complete our set of data. When even the most advanced technology cannot provide a 100% coverage, our dedicated divers fill-in the missing details.

  • hotspots
  • featured dive tours
  • depth points
  • special interest areas
Normal view

You will „go overboard“ and see the underwater world from a completely new perspective.

Every reef and dive tour is enriched with important technical and briefing information from regional partners and dive professionals. All information is augmented by local, up to date sources. This way you will know, beforehand, what time of year would be best for your dive tours, so you can be far less concerned by strong currents and bad visibility.

  • currents
  • temperatures
  • diveable areas
  • character of the seafloor
  • access by liveaboard, daily boat or land
  • wrecks, night dives, corals, caves, big fish
Depth view

Perfect orientation in a world that we are able to visit only temporarily.

Every reef and dive tour is enriched with important technical and briefing information from regional partners and dive professionals. All information is augmented by local, up to date sources. This way you will know, beforehand, what time of year would be best for your dive tours, so you can be far less concerned by strong currents and bad visibility.

  • compass
  • satellite overview
  • depth information
  • tank size, respiratory minute volume (RMV), level of training
Dive view

Be perfectly prepared for your dive!

So, you have selected your reef and now want to see how it looks before you dive? No problem! The dive mode gives you a chance to get first glimpses of what you will see and helps you prepare for your dive tour.

This way you will always know where you are. See how the visibilities during the year change by setting the seasons; et information about the position of the sun and see where the shadows fall, by changing the daytime. We even show you where the fish normally are. Now all you have to do is go and find them for yourself!

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Schlierwand

A beautifully structured clay wall, that reaches diagonally into the lake with a maximum depth of almost 60m. The highlights of this dive are the interresting structure of the wall with it´s many small caverns in which, if we are lucky, we can find the burbot.

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Schwarze Brücke

A steep face that apparently drops off vertical into a depth of over 100 meters offers a great dive for the experienced diver. Floating weightlessly into the apparently bottomless darkness is quite an impressive experience, but always stick to your maximum diving depth!

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Nautilus

The diving spot of the Nautilus Diving School with it's underwater platforms fits the needs of beginners and is ideal for training dives. Underwater several attractions are awaiting for us, along with other objects a car wreck, and an old motorcycle.

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Twin Towers

Two trees that are rooted in the ground of the lake at a depth of 19m impressively reach out into the water to a depth of 5m. Suitable for practice dives as the terrain isn't too steep, the maximum depth is about 18m.

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Underwater Forest

Numerous trees can be found here in a depth of 13m to 30m, that have been flushed into the lake in the 1950ies by a landslide. Now they form a mystical image and offer a great dive.

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Kohlbauernaufsatz

A popular divespot at the west coast of the Attersee that offers various attractions and is also very suitable for winter diving as the infrastructure with changing rooms makes it very comfortable. Most famous for its underwater changing rooms and toilets.

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Weißbacheinlauf

This dive site offers many diving platforms placed in different depths which make it ideal for training. On the bottom there are many small objects like tree limbs, freshwater shells, rocks and old car tires – the favorite hiding places of the river blackfish!

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Scuba Consult

Scuba Consult‘s divesite with its shallow water area and training platforms is ideal for beginners, and also offers nice underwater attractions like a big tire, a bathtub and two electric boat wrecks.

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Hinkelsteine

Three mighty rocks - the menhirs - form the setting of this dive and circling them is always worthwile. As the bottom of the lake is flat and shallow we can conveniently mount and check our gear in the waist-deep water.

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Take your favourite dive maps anywhere with you! Printed on hard plastic, they are 100% waterproof and contain all the information you might need onsite.

Because there ist nothing like a great dive.
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- Ryan Lilly