Our Daily Trips

Like old school sailors we keep our daily trip journals & reports, feeding our blog on a daily basis with the best selection of photos and stories to tell, registering everything. Check out the amazing stories and photos we collect every day...

03.03.2011

Delphinus delphis

Ein Zwillingsgeburtstags-charter, also heute mal nicht speziell zu den Saeugern der Meere, sondern an der Kueste entlang Richtung Cabo Girão. Aber wir haben trotzdem Delfine gesehen, vielleicht sogar die gleiche Gruppe wie gestern, es waren naemlich sehr viele Tiere. Ob unser neuer Patendelfin “Tasch” dabei war konnten wir nicht feststellen, da wir nicht lange bei den Delfinen geblieben sind. Viele andere Boote aus Funchal waren da und sowas kann Stress fuer die Delfine bedeuten. Die Aufnahme von “Tasch” ist von gestern und ist von einem gestrigen Gast an Bord, Herrn Borbach (copyright)

Calheta

Madalena do Mar

Madelena do Mar / Ponta do Sol

Ponta do Sol

Ribeira Brava

Cabo Girão

Today we had a birthday-charter of two twins, so no whale watching trip today, but along the beaitifull costline till Cabo Girão, the biggest cliff in Europe. But even like this we met a pod, a very big one, of common dolphins. But like there have been a lot of other boats around, we didn’t stay long, because this can cause stress to the animals. So we didn’t had the time to look for our new godfather dolphin “Tasch”. The photo from “Tasch” is from yesterday’s trip and was taken by Mr. Borbach, guest yesterday on our vessel (copyright)

Delphinus delphis

Hoje tivemos um charter para um casal de gémeos, que faziam anos e queriam passear ao longo da costa. Assim a finalidade do nosso passeio de hoje não era a observação de cetáceos, mas sim observar a nossa costa da Calheta até o Cabo Girão. Mas mesmo assim acabamos de ver alguns golfinhos comum. Não ficamos muito tempo porque já tinha lá com eles muitos barcos do Funchal. Assim não sabemos se o nosso golfinho afilado, que vimos ontem, o “Tasch” fazia parte do grupo. A foto do “Tasch” em cima é da autoria do Sr. Borbach, que capturou essa imagem na viagem de ontem.

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