Goede zicht, sepiola, zeenaald, botervis, waaiers, noordzeekrabben, kreeften.
Duikweekend met LSD. Op HW kentering, hele harde stroming. Slecht zicht op ondiep en op …
Matig zicht. Bruine plooislak, Harlekijntjes, jonge zeenaalden, groene …
Bij laag water vrij goed zicht. Gul, jonge steenbolk,...
Boitduik, slecht zicht. Slanke waaierslakken, kokerwormen, massaal brokkelsterren, kreeft, …
Zeenaald, naaktslak, heremietkreeftje, zeesterren, krab, zeedonderpad. Eerste fatsoenlijke …
Many pencil worms, large sea needle, thunderpath, butterfishes, edible crabs.
Beautiful place, lots of life, including beautiful sea underwater pad.
Yesterday there were no traps and there were no fishing activities, which used to be quite …
Death Tide, ideal for diving on the Zuidbout once more.
Very poor visibility also had blossomed
Because of the wind a lot of dust in the water and a lot of current. 2 Sepiola and sepia …
Beautiful dive into the wreckage, butterfly, crustaceans, lobsters, galatea-like crayfish, …
Pine squid, sepiola, eel, harness manganese
Quite a lot of wave stroke during the launch process
Zuidbout is a pier which runs far into the Oosterschelde. It's a popular dive site with a variety of marine life, such as the rare wakameweed and occasionally, the beautiful northern red anemone. Equally interesting at Zuidbout are the remains of the old dikes, the beautifully vegetated basalt blocks and an unrecognizable, but beautifully overgrown wreck.
Enter the water on the eastside of the pier. After about 10 meters, the bottom quickly slopes down. Close to the wreck big lobsters, sea squirts and sponges can be seen.
Be aware of fishing lines. Slippery entry at low tide. Visibility and currents may change at the end of the pier.
- Weg van de Buitenlandse Pers, Ouwerkerk
- Sufficient parking
- 400 m.
- Suitable for
- Experienced divers, groups, night diving
- N.v.t. / NA
- Free access
- Rescue team , toilet
- LW en HW
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive
- 1 - 5 m.
- Average visibility
- 3 m.
- 40 m.
- Flounder, butterfish, green and red weed , goby, flathead grey mullet or striped mullet, common hermit crab, squid, cod, lobster, eelpout, plaice, wakame, dahlia anemone, bull-head or shorthorn sculpin
- Other recreation
- Fishing , sandy beach