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February 20, 2024

13.02.2024 – Carnival on the Atlantic

This year’s Carnival Tuesday started blissfully with a sighting of a pod of Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) darting hastily westward and socialising at the surface. The […]
January 30, 2024

24.01.2024 – A Wednesday full of birthdays and whales!

Today we embarked on an adventurous trip with the Stenella, all our guests were prepared and ready to face windy conditions outside. Everyone was expecting something […]
January 18, 2024

10.01.2024 – Visits before the storm

We had a few wonderful cetacean visitors making our tour a memorable one this morning. We had the pleasure of enjoying a peaceful gathering of a […]
November 25, 2023

18.11.2023 – Silent gatherings

One thing I’ve learnt in my time of working with cetaceans is that they love to chat. Communication is a huge part of their lives, especially […]
November 21, 2023

14.11.2023 – Elegant swing into the blue

Today our spotter Drumond found some Sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) for us. Thanks Drumond! We had the luxury of only being there with our boats Stenella […]
November 4, 2023

28.10.2023 –  A Spectacular Day in the Marine Realm: Bottlenose Dolphins, Loggerhead Turtle, Sperm Whales, and Blainville’s Beaked Whales

Off the coast of Madeira, in front of Calheta, today a breathtaking array of oceanic creatures graced us with their presence. The azure waters bore witness […]
November 2, 2023

26.10.2023 – 10 miles out for the biggest of rewards

Out in the vast expanse of the Atlantic, off the coast of Madeira, a thrilling spectacle unfolded today. Ten miles from the shore, with the wind […]
October 23, 2023

14.10.2023 –  Sperm Whales and resident Bottlenose Dolphins! 

Did you know that the waters surrounding Madeira Island hold a special allure for the magnificent Sperm Whales (Physeter macrocephalus)?  These ocean giants, known for their […]
October 21, 2023

13.10.2023 – Always something new

Even after over 18 years as a whale watching guide, you still experience something new. That’s what this work on the sea is like. We already […]