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For nature lovers! This cruise leaves Funchal bay towards the island’s original capital, Machico, where the discoverers first landed. After a brief stop to admire the beautiful bay, we’ll head to Caniçal, at the easternmost point of Madeira. We’ll see two islets at the end of the Peninsula: the Desembarcadouro and Farol. Here, we can admire the 150-year-old lighthouse, which is the oldest lighthouse in Madeira. The Peninsula and the Desembarcadouro Islet are natural reserves because of the rich geology, vegetation, and bird species. We will stop at the beautiful bay of Baia d’Abra to swim and relax. We will serve a delicious hot meal on board. BOOK NOW!
Please consult our FAQs section, where we have the answers to the most asked questions.
Tour starts at 10:00 | 15:00 and finishes around 15:00 | 20:00
Check-in is obligatory 30 minutes before each trip.
There’s a bar and toilets on board if you also need to change clothes.
Commentary in Portuguese and English. The crew will explain the rules.
There are also snorkels available on board.
Secure your seat, with pre-purchased tickets, as current capacity can fill up quickly. The staff is friendly, multilingual, knowledgeable and ready to answer any question. However, bear in mind this is not a narrated tour. The boat is comfortable and spacious. There are life jackets on board, and the crew makes sure you are all safe and sound!
The memories will last a lifetime.
To be there, is everything.
Nature is unpredictable, and we can’t guarantee sightings.
The boat crew care about the wildlife and environment and collect plastic and other rubbish out of the sea during the trip. There are limitations: they’re not allowed to move near the pods with their engines sunning and can only watch them for 10 mins.
We stop to swim in a calm ocean. If the sea is rough, the boat won’t leave the harbour.
It can be the same boat or another within the same category since the transportation company owns several boats.
Please remember this is a relaxing boat trip.
However, the crew knows Madeira’s wildlife species and provides plenty of information to people who ask more about them.
The boat has enough room for everyone. The capacity during the pandemic is 2/3, but because of the stable situation and low COVID-19 case numbers on Madeira and Porto Santo islands, 100%. However, there may be changes to the allowed capacity at any time. If you have questions, please contact us.
If it’s a hot day, there is room for everyone in the shade. It can turn chilly at sea, so take something to cover up.
We can provide transportation at a different rate.
You can park close, on the underground of the Cristiano Ronaldo museum, if you have a car.
Even though we can’t guarantee sightings, this company will do their best to find wildlife. We can see common dolphins, whales, turtles, sunfish, and seabirds.
There is no way of knowing where the cetaceans will be. However, our spotters always try their best to find them.
A 5-hour trip worth doing! When the temperature is inviting, we pause for a dive in Baía D’Abra. Reserve your place and bring your cherished ones along!
Yes, it is suitable for children.
Besides our tours for mainland travellers, we also offer great value options for people who travel by cruise ships. You can choose one of the existing tours or create your own customized itinerary. Get in touch to arrange your tour!
Please get in touch as soon as you become aware you may be unable to make your trip, so we can try to accommodate you. If you are unable to make your reserved trip for reasons out of your control, and we have spaces on the trip for the following day, we will happily change your booking free of charge. Please see our Policy for further detail.
We will make every effort to try to re-schedule your trip if you are unable to make it for reasons out of your control. In the instance you wish to cancel your trip altogether, please see our Cancellation Policy for details on refunds.
Prices for all our shared services are quoted per person, except in the case of our private services.
Madeira island holidays are the ideal getaway all year round. Madeira weather in coastal areas is temperate and mild with no great extremes-although the temperature can drop the higher you go on the island so, whatever time of year you visit, be sure to bring warm clothes when visiting the mountains. Obviously, rainfall is higher in the winter and you’ll probably need to pack a raincoat or umbrella. Madeira’s average temperatures range from 18C in winter to 25C in summer, with sea temperatures being nearly the same due to a warm Gulf Stream that surrounds the Island all year round, 18C to 22C.
The dress code for our tours is comfortable and casual. Dressing in layers gives most comfort as you can shed and add items when the climate varies. Consider packing.