How do I view my past trips?
Updated over a week ago

Orca gives you two ways of viewing your past trips:

  1. Breadcrumbs shown in the chart – these are available to all users, with and without a Core. Breadcrumbs are recorded when the Orca app is running in the foreground

  2. Logbook – these are available to owners of Orca Core. They are visible in your Trip list from the Main Menu

Logbook runs on the Orca Core and is only available to Core owners with an active Premium Subscription.

Logbook automatically collects data about your boat and devices connected via your NMEA network. The data is uploaded to the Orca cloud when your phone, tablet, or Orca Display has an internet connection – where the data gets processed to give you detailed insights into your boating trips.

Orca Core owners can access the Logbook via the Main Menu. From here, you get an overview of your most recent trip.

To view older trips, tap one of the arrows in the time selector at the bottom of the screen. You can also tap on the date at the center of the time selector to view all your past trips and select the one you want to view.

Logbook will show you detailed data about your navigation, sailing performance, wind, and tides depending on which sensors are available on your boat. To view more details about a topic, tap on it.

You will then be presented with a graph of the topic along with average and max values – letting you understand the development of a particular metric throughout your trip.

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