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Return Puerto Mogan to Arguineguin on Salmon X today. Glass bottom boat a misnomer as all it has is a window at the bottom of a 3 metre shaft. Can't see anything. No commentary whatsoever. 15 minute wait at Puerto Rico both ways. 19 euros....More
While staying in Puerto Rico we used these lovely boats from mogan and arguineguin and found them to be very clean and great staff especially lady captain Be Be, she sure can handle a boat and her crew.
Used Blue Boats too, they both cost...More
We took the dolphin watching tour on a very windy day in november. 45-60 minutes south-east of Mogan, and there were lots of dolphins! Unfortunately there were also very strong waves this day, so the tour was a bit shorter than normal. But yes, we...More
We used Salmon Lines to book an afternoon boat trip to search for dolphins. The agent we booked it with, Chano, made all the arrangements for us and even collected us after the trip and drove us back to our hotel. We had a lovely...More
Return ticket from Puerto Rico to Puerto de Mogan €12, (one-way €7), can be purchased prior to boarding.
The crew were very funny saying things like “welcome to Honolulu” when we docked in Mogan.
A very pleasant and cheap way to spend time on holidays...More
Went on this boat trip to see dolphins and it was well worth it.
As soon as dolphins were spotted, the boat was slowed down and we went as near as possible to see the dolphins.
It was amazing experience seeing these dolphins up close...More
Had a taxi down the hill from the hotel, he took us right into the harbour. We got on the Salmon Ferry, sat up top, beautiful views all along the coast. Mogan was beautiful. Little Venice especially, although we were shocked at the changes ie:...More
Bit of an odd booking experience. I booked via the website a dolphin and whale watching trip on board the Supercat with hotel pick up. I ended up on a glass bottom boat called the Lineas Salmon which departed from a different port, on a...More
Date of experience: October 2018
0778, Gerente at Lineas Salmon, responded to this reviewResponded October 31, 2018
Sorry, but you din´t take a Lineas Salmon Boat. We don´t have any catamaran.
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There are 3 things on offer I think from the Salmon ferries. The taxis: One goes to Mogan which everyone who went said is lovely, one to arguineguin (didn't see it myself) stopping at Amfi on the way (which is quite a posh... More
There are 3 things on offer I think from the Salmon ferries. The taxis: One goes to Mogan which everyone who went said is lovely, one to arguineguin (didn't see it myself) stopping at Amfi on the way (which is quite a posh beach with some cool watersports), again both lovely. The other thing you can do is dolphin watching which is more expensive but for us was a great experience. Would recommend talking to the lady at the port as she sorted us out with it all!