Good visibility sepia eggs lobster crab North Sea crab dead man's thumb needles........
Boat diving, poor visibility: lose buddy 3x, having seen for the first time an adderzeen needle!
Lobsters galathea. nautical footpath. hermit crayfish. and more. good quality of life, …
A lot of sea angling, sea needles, sepia eggs, lobsters, etc. Lobster life, unfortunately …
It would be nice today and between LW and HW time for a drift dive.... the view was …
Beautiful drift dive from halfway up to the sea bridge with big sea angel eggs, dead man's …
Lots of small sperm whales, small sepia, sepia eggs in the tents, to the bridge drift to the bridge.
Better visibility than at the bridge, nice drift to the bridge, a couple of crayfish traps.
Drift diving with motorboat. four sepia?'s and a sea hall spotted.
Not sepia's, but a red paw.
Drift dive, to the sun, along the way Snotolf many beautiful snails, big sponges, stays …
Drift dive from this spot to the bridge, satin snails, snotols, galatheas, in short a …
Halverwege is a beautiful dive site located between de Zeelandbrug and Kulkenol. Biodiversity is great here. Halverwege is home to plumose anemones, crabs, sculpins and squid and it's a great dive site to spot cuttlefish in the spring. Dive at low or high tide or enter the water during the reversal and make a drift dive to the Zeelandbrug.
Halverwege lies 350 meter west from the Zeelandbrug. Take notice ot the small poles that mark the entry point. The site was discovered by Joop and Felice Stalenburg.
Slippery entry. Bring a rope to safely enter the water.
- Galgelaan, Zierikzee
- Free parking at Zeelandbrug
- 400 m.
- Suitable for
- Drift diving, experienced divers, groups, night diving
- Free access
- Scuba fill machine (200 and 300 bar at zeelandbrug)
- LW en HW
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive
- Limited / strong
- 1- 6 m.
- Average visibility
- 4 m.
- 20 m.
- Plumose anemone, perch, shrimp, flathead grey mullet or striped mullet, crab, lobster, horse anemone, polyp, catfish, sponge, blenny, lesser cylinder anemone, bull-head or shorthorn sculpin
- Other recreation