Picarus Sailing Club
Experience a magical journey along our coasts on an exclusive sailboat with maximum 8 passengers.
Multi activity excursions: Whale & dolphin watching, lunch, swimming, SUP paddle & snorkeling.
Picarus Sailing Club, departing from Port Marina del Sur, you will enjoy the local ecosystem and accompanied by the whales and dolphins living in these coastal waters. Then, you will visit the Cliffs and the Cave of Guaza, cruising along the Palmar coast. Here you will drop anchor, while enjoying incredible blue water and activities like swimming, snorkeling or SUP paddle surfing. Their staff will provide you with all the necessary equipment for these activities.
The “Ayla” is a Bavaria 46 Cruiser sailboat with a maximum capacity for 8 passengers plus 2 crew. We have the certification of AENOR ISO 9001, in which we are committed to providing a quality service to our customers.
The itinerary of the excursion may vary if the weather conditions are not favorable.
Activities will be done if the weather conditions allow it. And also as long as it is not dangerous for the clients.
Picarus Sailing Club: Included services
- Winter-spring menu: snacks, paella and fruit.
- Summer menu: snacks, Spanish omelette, assorted sausages, cheese, tomato and fruit salad.
- Water, beer, wine, softdrinks and juices.
We offer a pick-up service for the south of Tenerife. It will take place in a Ford Transit Custom 9-seater with all the comforts.
- Activities: Snorkeling and Paddle Surfing.
*In case of any allergies or particular nutrition plan, they can arrange with you a different menu of your choice.
Boats in Puerto de Las Galletas
28º 0' 28'' N 16º 39' 02'' W
Port of Las Galletas or also known as Marina del Sur harbour is located in the emblematic village of Las Galletas. This local fishing village is surrounded by a privileged natural environment, offering a careful construction, where multiple nautical and leisure services are provided. Whale and dolphin wathing boat trips sail daily from this fishing port heading mainly towards the cliff area of Los Cristianos and Palm Mar.