FLAUWERS HEERENKEET 38
Day with Moby Divers on the boat: Sepiola, lobsters, pommelfish and rock pans
End of the' pier' to the west, much life.
Baby sephia, large coniferous seaweed, flatfish, snake-drivers and chia stars, wrecked …
Renting this guide didn't work, 20min. too soon, wasn't enough.
Nice dive, a harnasman and red Poon seen. Nice wreckage. With moments strong current.
Very poor visibility, overgrown by crumbling stars, fine sea needle, various crab and …
Sights less than a metre further a lot of crumble stars and slugs.
Wreckage was beautiful, very nice piece of black eye eye fish about 17 cm long.
Lots of dust, a lot of lobster, crabs, crab and crab stars and snake stars seen.
A lot of dust, but still some seen. sepiola, a large thunderpad and many snake and …
A lot of dust, despite some nude slugs seen, a lot of starfish and hermit crabs.
Flauwers Heerenkeet is a varied dive site with a muddy bottom, an overgrown wreck and a well with a depht of 35 meters. Flatfish, shrimp, hermit crabs, sea squirts and brittle stars dominate the underwater life. The nearby restaurant 'De Heerenkeet' has a stunning view over De Oosterschelde.
Dive in the shallow parts at high tide. The bottom consist of mud and sand. More to the northeast you'll find large basalt blocks, followed by a sloping sandy bottom.
Slippery rocks at low tide.
FLAUWERS HEERENKEET Features
- Boogerdweg 1, Kerkwerve
- Sufficient parking
- 500 m.
- Suitable for
- Experienced divers, groups
- Free access
- Restaurant, stairs
- LW en HW
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive / boat dive , snorkeling
- 1 - 3 m.
- Average visibility
- 1,5 m.
- 35 m.
- slib en zand,stenen
- Translucent sea squirt, shrimp, frilled anemone, common hermit crab, oyster, flatfish, brittle star, oaten pipes hydroid or tubilaria indivisia, lesser cylinder anemone, plumose anemone
- Other recreation