The Caravel Santa Maria is a perfect replica of the Cristóvão Colombo ship, built in the fishing village of Câmara de Lobos on the island of Madeira to be one of the main attractions of the Expo 98 in Lisbon that in 25 days was visited by more than 95,000 people.
Since then it has been one of the maritime attractions with a greater cultural and tourist interest, offering its visitors a unique experience of taking a trip in the waves along the southern coast of the Island to the feet of the Cabo Girão cliff where the waters you can dive into a brief stop.
Contact with the Atlantic Ocean and the possibility of seeing dolphins and other cetaceans are a frequent reality during this tour.
On board the crew dressed rigorously with the attentive sailor parrot will invite you to a Madeira wine tasting and honey cake tasting. These caravels also had their role in the transportation of barrels in other times of our History of Portugal.