COME VISIT US ON PICO ISLAND IN THE AZORES

Our base is located in the very centre of the Touristic Marina of Madalena, on the island of Pico. We welcome our guests in a twin-Chalet Whale Watching base with private garden, which is directly connected to the Dive Centre.

Walking distance to/from the boats is only 20 metres, thus providing whale watchers, divers and dolphin swimmers with a great deal of comfort.

Our friendly and very supportive Staff will always be very happy to assist you before, during and after the trips. Also, we will help you arrange a lot of land-based activities you may want to join.

Together with the whales, the dolphins and the beautiful Azorean nature, we will make your holiday simply unforgettable. That's a promise. We look forward to meeting you on Pico Island!

CW Azores front office
CW Azores front office, photo by Enrico Villa

DIVE CENTRE

Just 20 metres away from the boats, our Dive Centre features a changing room, plenty of storage space and an ample area for courses and lectures.

The large veranda is equipped with a shower and washing station.

For your comfort and safety, we provide you with new, top quality tanks, compressor and gear.

Our divers can choose between 12-litre and 15-litre tanks.

BOATS

  • Kometa - BWA

    Kometa

    BWA, 10.5m, 2 x Mercury Verado 250Hp
  • Mermaid - Moggaro

    Mermaid

    Moggaro, 8.5m, Mercury Verado 250Hp
  • BWA - BWA

    BWA

    BWA, 7.5m, Mercury Verado 250Hp
  • Nalinka - BWA

    Nalinka

    BWA, 7.5m, Mercury Verado 250Hp
Live Updates

by CW Azores

  • Welcome to the CW Azores Live dashboard!
  • Here you will see real-time whale and dolphin 🐳🐬 sighting updates from our boats, along with other interesting insights 😉
  • Using environmental DNA (eDNA) to monitor biodiversity in the North-East Atlantic and Mediterranean. CW Azores is an official partner of the project. Learn more...
  • LIVE TOUR
    Our boat BWA left port at 2024-3-2 10:14 AM (UTC Time) for a Whale Watching tour.
    Species seen so far:
    Blue whale
    Short-beaked common dolphin
    The Live button will pulse each time a new sighting is recorded by our crew.