Take a boat trip aboard the custom-built Supercat and you are almost guaranteed to see the wild dolphins of Gran Canaria.
Gran Canaria's wild dolphins love the calm, clear water off the south coast. So much so that they are there almost every day of the year.
The open and stable Supercat is a great boat to go on to see them swimming and jumping free in the ocean. You’ll also see flying fish and often turtles, pilot whales and even big whales.
The trip includes free pickup from all main tourist resorts in Gran Canaria including Playa del ingles, Maspalomas, Puerto Rico, Amadores, San Agustin, Taurito, and Puerto de Mogán. Sailing time is 2.5 hours and the boat leaves Puerto Base in Puerto Rico. Departure times vary depending on the season but are always up-to date on our booking site:
If you choose this trip, rather than the full four-hour Supercat day out, you then get dropped off by boat in Puerto de Mogán for your pickup and trip back to your accommodation.
The Supercat: An ideal boat for dolphin and whale watching
Purpose built for Dolphin Tours with an open top deck with plenty of seating, the Supercat is 30 metres long and 12 metres wide. It glides quietly through the water without disturbing sea life and is very stable.
Although the Supercat can take up to 240 passengers, capacity is lower to make sure that everyone has plenty of space to enjoy the experience in comfort.
The Supercat has a bar and jacuzzi on the lower deck and a sunbathing area on the upper deck.
To reserve your spot on this popular Gran Canaria boat trip at an unbeatable price, book it here using our secure online booking service.
As soon as you book you receive an email confirmation and Text/SMS, confirming your excursion date and time of your pick up and confirmation of the deposit received.
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Lex Says: Book boat trips in advance to avoid disappointment as most boats are operating way below full capacity and fill up fast!