Captain José Miguel and his team TINA welcome aboard the 24-meter yacht! Join us on unforgettable boat trips off the coast of La Gomera, whale watching tours or a trip to Los Organos.
During the boat trips with Excursiones Tina, which we offer since 1996, the main focus is experiencing the marine fauna of La Gomera.
The sustainable dolphin and whale watching is our main concern in our excursions in the Atlantic Ocean.
With much repect of the sea and all its inhabitants, besides looking for whales and dolphins, we also search for sea turtles and birds as well as other sea creatures.
Under the menu point sightings we will keep you updated about our latest encounters with marine animals off the coast of La Gomera, the second smallest of the Canary Islands.
On our website you will find diverse impressions from the TINA boat, for example from our boat excursions to the basalt columns of Los Órganos, a unique natural monument in the north of La Gomera, as well as impressions of the dolphin and whale watching trips with a swim stop and Canarian specialties.
You also receive all the information about our tours and the current timetables.
AHOY from aboard the TINA and enjoy browsing through our website!
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Latest Sightings of Whales & Dolphins in La Gomera
- 11.06.: Atlantic spotted dolphins with an Albino dolphin & Pilot whales
- 5.06.: Today World Environment Day
- 4.06.: Atlantic spotted dolphins & Pilot whales together with Bottlenose dolphins
- 3.06.2017: Bottlenose dolphins & Pilot whales
- 28.05.: Bottlenose dolphins, Atlantic spotted dolphins & Pilot whales
- 27.05.2017: Pilot whales, Bottelnose dolphins & Loggerhead sea turtle
- 23.05.: Tina back at service as of May 27th
- 23.05.: Rare sighting of a blowfish during Speedy tour
- As of 10.05. Tina on the shipyard for about 2-3 weeks
- 9.05.2017: Atlantic spotted dolphins & Bottlenose dolphins
- 8.05.: Atlantic spotted dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins & Pilot whales
- 7.05.2017: a Bryde’s whale, Atlantic spotted dolphins and Pilot whales