The most popular tours offered in Madeira are the dolphin and whale watching tours. There are a variety of boats in Madeira that offer half day and full day cruises along the south end of the island. Boat tours in Madeira are available both in the morning and afternoon, every single day of the year except on Christmas day. In Madeira, a variety of dolphins and whales can be observed during the course of the year.
Madeira Fireworks: During the month of June you can watch the Atlantic Fireworks Festival from a number of our boats. Likewise at the end of the year there is no better place to observe the New Year´s fireworks display, while sipping on a glass of champagne. All sorts of marine life such as Whales and dolphins visit the waters of Madeira throughout the year. On all Madeira boat trips you get the chance to see different species at different times of the year. There are boat tours daily both in the morning and in the afternoon. Swimming with wild dolphins in Madeira is an experience second to none. This activity may be enjoyed during any time of they year as Madeira's water tempareture is always warm enough to swim without a wet suit . The Desertas Islands are three uninhabited islands located approximately at 15 miles southeast of Madeira. On most days they are visible from most parts of Funchal. These islands are a natural reserve protecting one of the rarest species of seals, the monk seal. It is also a sanctuary to a variety of sea birds, some which are indigenous to the islands. The Desertas, offer an amazing scenery of coloured rocks, dramatic sea cliffs and caves. This full day excursion is is a must for all boat lovers, bird watching enthusiasts and those that are looking for fun surrounded by nature. Cruise Ship Tourists: Madeira has a big number of tourists arriving by cruise ships. Luckily the majority arrive at around 8.00 in the morning allowing enough time to go out on most of our boat tours to observe dolphins and whales up close and personal. Most morning boat trips leave at 10.30 in the morning from the marina which is exactly opposite the harbour and within walking distance. The boat trips return by 13.30 giving all those wishing to go and see or swim with wild dolphins, more than enough time to do so.