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Danny

19-10-17

Beautiful night dive done, little flow, much seen.

3 m Visibility
17 °C - m

Bert en Gerard

15-9-16

Beautiful night dive, sea-bottomed toads, sepia, sepia, sepiola, horned mucous fish, stone …

2 m Visibility
20 °C - m

Vlietepolder (Peilhuisje) is a quiet dive site with a high degree of difficulty and a limited visibility. Currents are very strong and there's a short reversal, but the biodiversity is enormous. Dead man's fingers, nudibranches, red anemones and other rare species are common here. Avoid strong currents by limiting your dive time to 45 minutes. Vlietepolder is named after the village of Vliete, which flooded in the 15th century.

Particulars

Enter the water at the end of the pier and swim towards the buoy. The large biodiversity at Vlietepolder is caused by its location near the Oosterscheldekering. Sometimes porpoises are seen here form shore.

Warnings

Boating channel, don’t make free ascents. Be aware of fishing gear.

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VLIETEPOLDER PEILHUISJE Divemaps 1

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  • Divers Guide Map
  • Detailed map
  • Wreck map
  • Local map

VLIETEPOLDER PEILHUISJE Features

Address
Keihoogteweg, Wissenkerke
Parking
Limited parking on road shoulder
Distance
400 m.
Suitable for
Experienced divers
Permit
N.v.t. / NA
Access
Free access
Facilities
None
Water
Salt
Tide
LW
Kind of dive
Shore dive
Current
Very strong
Visibility
1 - 2 m.
Average visibility
1 m.
Depth
50 m.
Bottom
oesterbanken,steenstort,zand
Life
Plumose anemone, dead man's finger, crab, nudibranch, peacock worm, oaten pipes hydroid, skeleton shrimp, tubularia (polyp), lesser cylinder anemone, whiting, dahlia anemone
Other recreation
Boating, yachting, shipping, fishing
Emergency
112

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