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 Scharendijke west

Netherlands, Zeeland, Grevelingen

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 51° 44.392' N
Longitude: 3° 50.63' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

English (Translate this text in English): Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

English (Translate this text in English): Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

English (Translate this text in English): Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

English (Translate this text in English): Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

English (Translate this text in English): Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

English (Translate this text in English): Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

English (Translate this text in English): Park on the West side of the Marina in the town of Scharendijke. From there it's a short walk over the Dijke and down the rocky point. Enter the water at the end of the point.

How? From shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Kabbelaarsrif

Average depth 10 m / 32.8 ft

Max depth 30 m / 98.4 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Interesting

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Week crowd 

Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Deep

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- First dive
- Dive training
- Orientation

Dangers

- Boat trafic
- Nets

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

English (Translate this text in English): The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

English (Translate this text in English): The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

English (Translate this text in English): The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

English (Translate this text in English): The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

English (Translate this text in English): The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

English (Translate this text in English): The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

English (Translate this text in English): The primary life here are Lobsters and Crabs. The lobsters were HUGE (2+ feet) and they were everywhere. There were many soft shell crabs 6-8 inches in diameter as well.
There is a platform at 9M with a buoy. This is good for training etc and there is a railing around the platform.
There is a wall of Reef-Balls to the south and east of the platform. These are like 3 foot metal whiffle balls and home to dozens of lobsters and crabs. Very interesting to explore and peek in all the holes.

Entry and exit are easy, just be careful as the rocks can get a bit slick.

One last note: Tanks can be filled 24/7 from an outside “vending machine” or automat located on the south end of the hotel/restaurant. The machine takes 0.50€ coins, and usually needs 5-6 to fill a 10L tank. Put the coins in one at a time, and you’ll get a “squirt” of air for each one. There is a pressure gage on the machine, but it seems to read a little low. In any event, the machine won’t fill past 200 bar, so the worst case is that you put in one coin too many, and get no more air.

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Reise: Nederland
Von lamooris@hotmail.com
Von Okt 7, 1996 bis Okt 11, 1995

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