DE BROEZEL 26B
zeedonderpad, zwarte grondel, kreeft, diverse soorten kwallen, pitvis, garnaal
Drifting out of Frans Kok (high waves) and Zoetersbout (pressure) Long shallow, 2-3m at …
A lot of snails, green algae slag and the brown puffy lacquer will remain for a very long time.
LW's awkward entry point: For a long time shallow, but good visibility and a lot to see, …
Unfortunately, Zeeland is flooded with Belgians and Germans, so they are diverting to some …
Beautiful clear, varied soil: Sepiola, galathea, br folding/hardlein/gr. flake/flake/green …
After LW turnaround, long shallow, unpossessed oyster beds, many brown pleated snails with …
Very nice spot, especially the first piece, when she shines sunshine on the shallow …
Beautiful evening dive with good sight, small sea-surface pad? Groundles, lobster and …
Good view and a tebone in the sea for the first time seen, beautiful.
Long-swimming and climbing over stones, sepia's and beautiful large sea-bed pads. Beautiful spot.
Beautiful view despite wind and current, large and small Sepia and Sepiola, mega …
Needles, oysters, starfish, starfish, sea apples, sea oysters, in short.... the usual suspects....
Between the turning point, it's a good thing to do here, unearthed with tall oysters …
Poor visibility due to wind and rain. V?l brown puffed lacquer, difficult to water and …
De Broezel is a relatively unknown dive site in the Oosterschelde. Nevertheless, visibility is good and there's a lot to see. Diving outside slack water is possible and the distance from parking to the entry point is short, making De Broezel a perfect alternative for the nearby and more popular dive site Zoetersbout. Dive over the sandy bottom, covered with large oyster beds, slugs and pipefish. The deeper you go, the more variety you'll see.
Walk through the gate to reach the entry point and close the gate behind you. The bottom slopes down very gradually. Slowly swim until you get to deeper water, then dive to the left (northeast) or right (southwest). The southwest route offers the most variety. Flatfish are just one of the species living here. They bury themselves in the sand and will only come out of hiding when you get close.
Boating channel, don’t make free ascents.
DE BROEZEL Features
- Zuidweg, De Broezel
- Zuidweg, Bruinisse
- Limited parking at the roadside
- 50 m.
- Suitable for
- Advanced divers, night diving, scuba training
- Free access
- LW, HW en daarbuiten
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive
- 1 - 4 m.
- Average visibility
- 2 m.
- 15 m.
- Anemone and more, lobster, plaice, snail, turbot, bull-head or shorthorn sculpin, pipefish
- Other recreation