OESTERPUTTEN S GRAVENHOEK 53
Good visibility, many NZ crabs, sepia in trap, ibexes, blue tip, butterfishes.
Lots of life, dust from other divers for the rest good visibility, great dive
Closed dive site closed from 15 March to 1 November 2013, the cause being: dyke reinforcements.
Oesterputten is located in a remote nature reserve and therefore only accessible by boat. Common species here are sea anemones, plumose anemones and sponges. Oesterputten also has 4 small jetties, wonderfully overgrown with anemones, and sandy areas where flat fish hide. As the name Oesterputten indicates, oysters are grown here.
Large flatfish can be found in the sandy bottom between 5 and 15 meters.
No diving at northern winds, stronger than windforce 4. Beware of strong currents, especially after low water reversal.
OESTERPUTTEN S GRAVENHOEK Features
- Haven 's Gravenhoek, Oesterputten
- Suitable for
- Experienced divers
- Nature reserve inaccesible from shore
- LW en HW
- Kind of dive
- Boat dive
- 1 - 3 m.
- Average visibility
- 2 m.
- 35 m.
- fijn slik en zand,oesters
- Anemone, plumose anemone, sugar kelp, japanese sargassum, flatfish, lumpfish, weed
- Other recreation