Nederland, Noord Holland
Via parkeerterrein naar grasveld bij trap te water. Jachthaven daar was het hek dicht dit …
Bij het grasveld erin.bleef lang ondiep.daarna om het eiland de diepte in.wat baarsjes en …
Relatief goed zicht. Eiersnoeren van de baars, op de bodem en hangend in takken. Veel …
Veel kleine grondeltjes... Verder niet veel gezien
Goed zicht. Bij het chinees restaurant erin gegaan. Nu nog vweinig vis gezien
Beetje stoffig & goed zicht, 1 scheel posje, mooie veenbonken, erin via de l.steiger bij …
Voorjaarsduik in bijna lege plas. Goed zicht, kleine groepjes jonge vis en een chinese …
Good visibility little life, but a good dive.
Little fish, apart from some small fish and a couple of chairs.
Beautiful evening dive: Between the cracks in the clay and peat formations there are a lot …
First time on this dive site, to a depth of 5 meters, poor visibility afterwards quite …
Tasty dive made zander and carp have been seen and in the meantime some willow twigs are …
Have only been able to find the mopeds, there seems to be more, beautiful peat formations …
Seasoned with 2X 7 mm suit, 2 m view and water quite cloudy when you dive behind your diving bud
Nice dive for us as beginners. bandtrack follow to the right excavations up to 12 m. …
Special about diving in Sloterplas Ganzeneiland is the location in the middle of Amsterdam. The beautifully sloping bottom, the large peat walls and large schools of fish are some of the highlights. Dive school Amsterdam is located at the lake near water Watersportcentrum Sloterplas, which facilities are disposal to divers, such as toilet, changing rooms and showers. Sloterplas Ganzeneiland is also called Great Bear Reef, after two artificial bears that are part of its underwater world.
Enter the water from the jetty and start your search for fish along the west and southwest bank of the island in front of you. In spring it this area seems to be spawning grounds for carp. And as regard to the two bears, which gave this dive site the name Great Bear Reef, did you find them?
Paid parking on weekdays and on Saturday until 19:00.
SLOTERPLAS GANZENEILAND Features
- De Ganzenhoef, The Great Bear Reef
- Christoffel Plantijngracht 4, 1065 DA Amsterdam
- Paid parking
- 200 m.
- Suitable for
- Beginners, advanced divers, night diving
- N.v.t. / NA
- Free access
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive
- 1 - 6 m.
- Average visibility
- 2 m.
- 40 m.
- sand and peat
- Perch, barnacle, carp, eel, common rudd, cray fish, pike, pike-perch
- Other recreation