Nederland, Noord Holland
Terminator landschap met accenten van vuilnisbelt. Wel goed zicht onder de 6 meter en veel …
Goed zicht weinig leven.
Sloterplas in the middle of the city: the first 10 meters are barely a metre, then super …
Few fish, little fish, some gobies.
Little life, good visibility, good visibility, yet still looked at the Cockelbockel, not …
Wool crab and gobies a lot more leaves -)
First 1.5m dust layer, bright below, many mussels and algae with gobies and thunderpads up …
Little vision for life
Nice dive with very good visibility for this puddle, a lot of gum, young perch and a …
Poor visibility between 1 and 5 meters depth, then reasonable visibility to 9 meters deep, …
Reasonable visibility for this dive site, a lot of algae in the water, many lives seen.
Only in the winter reasonable visibility.... crab and some small fish seen
Nice dive, lots of small fish.
Lots of life during the night dive? Cracking ground rounds and woolly crabs? Surely return soon
Great diving experience Lots of soil life, stowage room for the gobies, large schools with …
Sloterplas is a dive site full of fish, with several wrecks and peat walls. In 1965 the Cockelbockel was located here, it's Hollands oldest and most known underwater house. The Sloterplas is home to pike, carp, eels and Chinese mitten crabs. For many a nice dive site close to home, although the visibility can be disappointing at times.
Enter the water from the stone quay to start your dive. Search for Chinese mitten crabs and crayfish near the clay wall and spot big carp on the south shore and at the jetty.
Beware of pleasure boats and fishing gear. Let the fishermen know you are diving.
SLOTERPLAS OOSTOEVER Features
- De Oostoever
- Oostoever 1, 1064 GV Amsterdam
- Paid parking parking control
- 50 m.
- Suitable for
- Beginners, experienced divers, advanced divers, night diving, scuba diving practice
- N.v.t. / NA
- Free access
- Restaurant, jetty with stairs
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive
- 1 - 6 m.
- Average visibility
- 3 m.
- 40 m.
- zand en klei
- Perch, chinese mitten crab, carp, common rudd, cray fish, pike, pike-perch
- Other recreation
- Boating, yachting, fishing