We keep gathering as much information as possible about the Grey Pilot Whale that was found at Lobos coast last Monday.

With this purpose we talked to Marisa Tejedor, from SECAC (society for the study of cetaceans in the Canarian archipelago), who offered us a beautiful and reassuring speech about this topic.

Marisa says that although they are all wild guesses, as it’s very difficult to foretell why the whale is alone, we mustn’t panic as the whale is in a deep enough area to move (5mts) and even can leave whenever it chooses to; it is also in an octopus area, its favourite food, so it can feed and the conditions seem to be al-right.

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The whale has chosen to be there, maybe because it feels ill and it wants to reach the coast to spend its last days; maybe because it went astray and is trying to communicate, as the only anomalous datum is that it repeats very often the facing down movement, surfacing the tail, a characteristic movement of this species when trying to communicate. As she says, it is anomalous to an extent, but it’s difficult to foretell, and the rest of information they get daily about the evolution of the whale is reassuring up to now, they have even seen videos where the whale is playing with a bag.
It is clear that it is an adult specimen, and the target is to determine if this grey pilot whale belongs to this area; this can be found out thanks to some pictures they have taken of its dorsal fins, which in this species and in not young specimens dorsal fins are like finger prints, there aren’t two of them which look the same. With this they’ll be able to determine if this whale is living in the Canarian archipelago or in this area.

It’s difficult to foretell what will become of it; besides, these days the sea is not in good conditions to make further studies. Even so, the grey pilot whale is visited daily by the captains of the trip boats and by Environment, which get enough information to be reassured that the whale is al-right up to now.
Marisa Tejedor thanks the captains sailing in this area for safeguarding the distances stipulated by the law and for trying to protect the whale by warning all those who don’t keep them, which is very positive and a reason to be thankful for, as the most important of all is not to disturb the whale.
In conclusion, don’t panic, it could leave any time,  the daily news are reassuring, the grey pilot whale is in its habitat and home. They’ll keep researching and looking up information that will allow them to get to know better this specimen and its species.
There is a certain social concern lately, due to several news informing about dead cetaceans found  at different spots in the Canary Islands, many of them attributed to prospecting and military practices. Marisa tells us that these deaths are nothing to worry about, they are within the average rate, it happens every year, mainly at this time,  when the fish that emigrate are the food of these huge cetaceans: “Up to now everything is going its normal course, and these deaths are due to natural causes”; on the contrary, this means environmental diversity, as there are 30 different species out of the 86 cetacean species that exist, that is, a 40% ( a high presence of big predators, not usual in many areas), a very important datum and representative of the quality of our waters, which provide nutrients, meaning of life.
Another heartening datum regarding petroleum is that they are trying to have this area between Lanzarote and Fuerteventura recognised by Europe, once and for all,  as Community Interest Area, a hallmark which would grant us full protection.
Thanks, Marisa Tejedor, for making time for us in your busy schedule and for giving us this interesting speech. We’ll follow up the evolution of this representative of our sea, wishing it to find its pod soon because dreaming is a right that we all have…

From Fuertecharter we also thank and ask the captains of trip boats and the public in general to respect this whale, which is at home. We can enjoy its presence and beauty without disturbing it: we are living in its paradise.

 

 FuerteCharter team.

III La Entallada “Lighthouse Triathlon”

Next Monday, March 24th, the third “Lighthouse Triathlon”,as it is already known by the regulars of this event, will take place, organized by the hotel complex Playitas Resort.

La swimming trial will consist of 1,5km that triathletes will have to swim in Las Playitas, and this trial will be the starting point of this event at 8h in the morning.

Then they will have to face 40km cycling, a harder trial this year as compared to the 35 kms in previous events. The itinerary of this trial will take place around areas in the municipality of Tuineje, such as Las Casitas, Juan Gopar… and this will be followed by the 13km running, which will culminate climbing  “La Entallada” Lighthouse, a beautiful enclave in the South of our island with breathtaking sea views, the best place to close this event.

Among the event’s updates, we must highlight the introduction of this event in “Series Canarias de Triathlon”  which makes up “La Copa de la Federación Canaria”. International athletes, such as Anja Beranek and Konstantin Bachor, champions in the female trial in 2012 and male trial in 2013 respectively, or such as Víctor del Corral, champion in the male category in 2012 will take part in this event too, trying to ratify their awards in an event that this year foresees an increase in the number of participants.

On the other hand, the team category is also pushing hard, and up to now the Calima Triathlon and the Triscan Clubs will take part in this event with a high number of participants.

The target of “La Entallada” Lighthouse Triathlon is to attract as many triathletes as possible to this event, residents and visitors alike, in our island’s attempt to go on with the tourist and sporting promotion that has been carried out up to now.

Fuerteventura is an unbeatable place for the practice of several sports and disciplines, either water or land activities, but we also applaud this kind of initiatives promoting healthy tourism, in harmony with the environment in our dear Fuerteventura.

For further information, www.lighthousetriathlon.com

Fuertecharter’s Team.

 

Surf Riders, a way of living rather than an experience

More and more surf tourism is getting to our island and one of the accommodations they request most is the surfcamp, which is cheap and offers the possibility to meet people, an excellent way of travelling.
We interviewed Carlos Pérez Gil, Surfriders’ owner, a surfcamp located in a beautiful house just 10 minutes away from Corralejo; it has 3 terraces, a swimming-pool, views to Lobos, barbecue area and really good vibes.

Name and charge: Carlos Pérez Gil; owner.

Start date: May 2012.

Kind of accommodation: surfcamp.

Working with touropeartors: no.

Number of beds: 18 beds, 4 rooms (2 rooms to share, one with 10 beds and another one with 4, and two double rooms, one of them with private bathroom).

Average age of customers: 25.

Offer: accommodation with kitchen to share, and a barbecue a week to foster good relations among the guests. Fully equipped kitchen (microwaves, fridge, oven…) ; washing machine, swimming-pool; internet (Wifi) with computers to share; plasma TV; storage room for boards and equipment; transportation to the airport (30€ return fare).

Average price: 15€ shared room with ten beds, and 18€ shared room with four beds. 36€ double room with shared bathroom and 42€ double room with private bathroom. 
              Nationality of most customers: German and Italian.
Opinion about the quality of the tourism getting to the island: 
 The tourist who comes here is usually young, looking for cheap accommodation but also a kind of accommodation that allows them to meet people and make friends. Many of them often come alone.
How could the island improve so as to bind tourism?
People usually find what they are looking for, water sports, surf, piece and quiet. Fuerteventura is a quiet island which enjoys good conditions for sports. There are things that can be done to make it improve, but usually people find what the are looking for.
What turns this island into a privileged place to spend your holidays? 
A stable weather all the year through, the quality of water and wind conditions, great for water sports….
Main strong points of your hotel offer:
Affordable prices and a quiet environment where you can meet other people. The feed back we have received from our customers has been really good as they end up getting on really well, making friends and having a whale of a time.
Do you offer your customers leisure activities outside of the hotel?
Boards rental, bikes, surf courses at Protest SurfSchool, kite at Redshark, and we are also looking for other kind of trips for more quiet customers who prefer trekking or have different plans.
Do they usually request boat tours around Fuerteventura?
Not to a great extent, but yes, they do. There are many experienced surfers who want to go to Lobos. There are also groups of friends who would like to visit the islet.
I know  FuerteCharter because I have practised Kite with them at some time. It was really funny and I really felt at ease.

The Canary Islands, Marlin’s paradise

Marlins, also known in The Canary Islands as billfish, are the indisputable kings of big game fishing we were taking about in our previous article. These species reach our coasts while migrating, foraging, searching for breeding areas (they spawn in Summer and Autumn) and warm waters.
But they aren’t just fishers’ dreams, but many tourists, in their boat tours, have had the chance to enjoy the majesty of watching them jump on our waters surface.
As we promised, here is some information about the two Marlin species that, with the elegance that characterises them, visit our island.

The White Marlin
Tetrapturus Albidus, or Spikefish as many call them,  belong to the Istiophoridae family (tetrapturus genus).

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They are greenish-blue or greyish on their back, and their belly is white. Their body is striped.
Their average weight is 30kgs, and you can find up to 100kgs specimens although nowadays it’s becoming harder and harder to find huge specimens due to illegal and devastating fishing habits (catching young fish, not letting them grow up). Their average length is 200 cms, although you can find up to 300cms long specimens, and they reach maturity when they are around 130cms long.
They live in warm seas, deep waters, although they also approach the coast up to 20 mts deep. They don’t usually travel in school, but just in couple or alone. They are characterised by their nose bones on their upper jaw, which stretch in the shape of a long round sword, which favours their hydrodynamics.
They have a rigid tail in the shape of C, and a high rear fin, characteristic of this species.
They feed on squids and small fish, and they spawn in the high seas.
The White Marlin is one of the most popular fishes in big game fishing in the Atlantic Ocean. In the Canary Islands we usually have them in Summer.

The Blue Marlin
Makaira nigricans or Atlantic Blue Marlin, also belongs to the Istiophoridae family (makaira genus).
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It’s known as one of the most elegant and beautiful in the Ocean, and also one of the biggest fishes.
In this species, the females are the biggest, reaching 4,5mts long and more than 800kg, although the average is about 3,5m and among 90 and 180kg the males. There are different opinions regarding the years they may come to live, but they are believed to live around 20 years. Their characteristics are similar to the white Marlin’s, with a high rear fin and a long and lethal upper jaw they attack their prey with, leaving them injured and shocked, moving backwards and then eating them.
Their back is cobalt blue,  and their belly is silvery white. They spend most of their time off-shore (pelagic species) and this is why they are known as blue water fish, following the ocean currents while migrating for hundreds and even thousands of miles, after tuna fish schools (tuna, dorado, mackerel…), on what they feed in warm and shallow waters, although they also plunge into the depths foraging cephalopods.
They are quick swimmers (up to 110km/h), swimming 50m in two seconds, a distance that men couldn’t swim in less than 29 seconds and one of the noblest species in the fisheries world as they are remarkably resilient to be caught and you can see them jump and swim swiftly trying to get ride of hooks, and they are often successful. Their meat is delicious and it is marketed in a professional way, mainly in Japan, where they live in the shape of sashimi, although in big game fishing it is usual to catch them and then let them go. However their preservation is in danger due to non sustainable fishing practices mainly in the Atlantic.

From Fuertecharter we recommend making boat tours around our coasts, mainly in the South, to everyone who may have the chance to do it and see if they are lucky to catch sight of one of this marvellous specimens living in our waters.

 FuerteCharter’s Team

I PHOTOGRAPHIC CONTEST FUERTECHARTER (MARCH): WIN A BOAT TRIP FOR TWO PEOPLE WITH YOUR SEA PICTURES OF FUERTEVENTURA

FuerteCharter gives, to the most voted picture by our fans on facebook, a ticket for two people for one of our exciting Fuerteventura boat tours.

With the aim of spreading the beauty of our island and creating a photo gallery for all of us to enjoy we organize this contest, where you can send, through Facebook or mail to marketing@fuertecharter.com, pictures of Fuerteventura related to the sea. We’ll make an album on our Facebook page with all the pictures you send so our fans can vote their favourite ones, and every month, the picture with the most “I like it” will win one of our exciting Fuerteventura boat tours for two people.

At the end of each month we will upload the received pictures on our web, as a photo gallery so that everybody can get to know the beauty of our island.

Then we will contact the winner so they can enjoy their present whenever it suits them best according to the availability of our boat tours.

We’ll be looking forward to your vision of our marine paradise.

Thanks for taking part in this contest and good luck!

CONTEST RULES
Remember to send your pictures via Facebook message to www.facebook.com/Fuertecharter or via mail to marketing@fuertecharter.com; you must be a fan in our facebook in order to take part in the contest. Remember to write the author’s name and the title of the picture. We have a limit of pictures per person so as to make you choose your best pictures: each person will only be allowed to send 3 pictures each month. We will upload on our album the pictures we receive by the 20th of March (included); The pictures we receive after this date will take part in the next month contest; it will be the last day of the month that we will close the polls and publish who the winner of the boat tour for two people is.

Fuerteventura’s trips: big game fishing

Fuerteventura is a paradise for the practice of water sports; one of these sports, which is getting more and more relevance, is big game fishing, one of several kinds of trips you  can make in Fuerteventura.

Big game fishing can be defined as the one which is performed on the high seas, with proper vessels and fishing gear.
In this article we are trying to focus on big game fishing, which is gaining ground in our island, as we have incomparable natural landscape for the practise of this activity, among many other kinds of trips in Fuerteventura.
Big game fishing is either a leisure or sport activity and the quantity and size of the catch has been legislated, depending on the species. The main fishing gear comprises the rod and the reel.
With Fuertecharter, you can take advantage of our trips from Fuerteventura to the islet of Lobos or to Lanzarote to practise trolling (fishing while towing the fishing gear).

Big game fishing can be either trolling or chumming: when trolling you tow the fishing gear (that is, the boat is moving ahead). Chumming is performed on the high seas and at very great depths (the boat is still and adrift) and its main characteristic is that the lure consists of small and medium-size fish. The fishing gear must be highly resistant, as huge catch is expected. 
For all big game fishing amateurs we suggest the Open Internacional de Pesca de Altura, Marcaje y Suelta, which takes place every year in Gran Tarajal, South of Fuerteventura.
This activity is turning more and more attractive to the tourists, and year after year it manages to gather amateur and professional fishermen in the capture of the blue and the white marlin among other big species.

The objective of this competition is to catch as many species and as big as possible, take a picture of them, label them and then return them to the sea.

In the last event, the XIX one, 70 vessels signed up for the competition, which enjoyed three intensive fishing days, combined with night activities and also children activities where children can enjoy their own fishing championship to start getting familiar with this art of fishing. The results from last year meant a record, as compared to previous events. A total of 103 White marlins where caught, which was the king and protagonist of this event. Only 8 blue marlins were caught, and the prize for the largest specimen wasn’t even awarded.

This event is considered as the best in Europe in its category, which is the reason why it contributes to the island’s tourism promotion as a paradise for water sports, highlighting Fuerteventura’s values of excellence.

However we must also mention other competitions is this area, also carried out in this Island, such as “El Memorial de Silvestre de León”, in Puerto del Rosario, which takes place every year in October and which has already celebrated its XII event, apart from the tournament that takes place in the Castle.

In a future article we’ll talk about the White and the Blue marlin as essential species in the big game fishing on our majorera coast.

El Equipo de FuerteCharter

The Marine in Morro Jable

The South of our dear Fuerteventura is strongly committed to water tourism. The extension of Morro Jable marina —municipality of Pájara—has already been given green light and it have will have 290 berths, which will mean an increase of water tourism and boat trips, thus bringing the passion for the sea, which many of us share, to more and more people.

It can’t be denied that we live in a place which enjoys unbeatable conditions for the practice of water sports, and the Government of the Canary Islands doesn’t remain on the fringes of this reality. The estimated investment in the works for the expansion of Morro Jable Marina is close to 8.5 million euros, aiming to promote water and sport tourism on our coastline, thus increasing the number of sport berths — allowing the mooring of up to 35 metre long sport boats— while boosting employment, as 12 new jobs will be created for the neighbours from Pájara.
The project, already submitted last week, has been called “Marina Jandia” and, after the award of Canarian Ports — whose aim is to supply social and economic profitability to the 36 ports in the island— it will be built and exploited for 25 years by a company from Lanzarote, Puerto Calero S.L., which will create a recreation site that will meet all the necessary requirements to turn the passion for the sea into an unforgettable experience.
Berths will increase and an area of commercial activity will be boosted, 2000 m2 out of the total 64.180 m2 being devoted to the setting up of 20 commercial premises. This way, not only the development of sport and tourist services will be allowed, but also this southern marina will be totally restored.
According to José Calero, Chief executive officer of Calero Marinas, one of the main aims of these works is to attract to the Canary Islands the 850 super yachts that cross the Atlantic to the North of Alegranza every year without stopping in the Islands. This is why we are working in projects like this one in The Canary Islands. Here in Morro Jable we have the best and cleanest beaches as well as the sun; we will also have now first class facilities”.
The project has looked for the cooperation by Cruz Roja, the fishermen’s cooperative Morro Jable and The Yacht Club Península de Jandia, in order to promote the smooth running of the marina; and every effort works in the same direction, as even the Town  Hall is working in this project in order to join the town centre of Morro Jable to the Marina, and thus increase the number of visitors to the new facilities.
The works are meant to start in 15 months, when the works in Arrecife Marina, which are being carried out by the same company Puerto Calero S.L., are supposed to be over.

With actions of this kind, Fuerteventura keeps growing towards a quality tourist future, with facilities that will allow us to make the best of our boat trips, so as to show our visitors the charms of this island from the sea.

 FuerteCharter’s Team

American Star

Our heavenly majorera coastline, which everyday hosts visitors lying on its beaches to enjoy the sun, surfing its waves or making boat trips, is also full of history. Here you are an article about the American Star, a great luxurious vessel that ran aground on the beach of Garcey, municipality of Pájara, in 1994, and that at that time meant a great tourist attraction in our island.

August 31st, 1939. The first lady in the USA, Eleanor Roosevelt, was naming one of the most luxurious vessels ever: The American Star.
She was a transatlantic meant for passengers, holding up 1048 people, her construction took over two years and it had a cost of 18 million dollars.
But this huge vessel’s inaugural journey (48m shorter than the Titanic) had to be put off, due to the WW II, as the vessel was militarized and reformed to transport troops to Europe, Pacific and Indian Oceans. She came to hold up 8000 soldiers, and even her name was changed: USS West Point.
After the war, In December 1946, this vessel’s inaugural trip really took place. The vessel was restored, thus recovering her initial luxury. She was also recovered by her original owners: The Northamerican Company United States Lines.
The vessel crossed the Atlantic several times, until planes gained ground little by little. Finally, in 1964, the vessel was retired from this service, and it was bought by a Greek shipping company that modernized her, made her bigger (2300 passengers), and re-named her as SS. Australis, for emigrants and tourists’ transport. Years passed by and the ship had different owners and names, and from the year 77 onwards her maintenance was left aside for a period of 16 years. The ship was retired and her machines turned unusable.
In 1993, her last period starts, when a Thai shipowner buys her for 2 million dollars in order to build a luxurious floating hotel in Bangkok. She was re-named again as American Star.
In January 15th 1994, with dismantled propellers, propelled by the Ucranian tug boat Neftegaz 67, in the journey towards ‘El Puerto de la Luz’ (Gran Canaria), where a stop would be made before leaving towards Thailand, The American Star was lashed by a storm that made it impossible to recover the vessel’s control. Two days later the crew was rescued and the ship was left adrift, though the intention was to recover her once the storm died down.
Three days later, the American Star ran aground on the beach of Garcey, belonging to ‘La Pájara’, Fuerteventura’s Southwest coast. This would be her last destination, becoming a real attraction to foreigners and locals that came to watch the grandeur of one of the most luxurious vessels of her time, stranded a few meters from the shore.

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While owners and insurances were arguing, the vessel was left at the mercy of strong currents and the swell, and she split in two. A bit later the stern sank in the ocean. The bow remained on the beach, but nowadays only her tip can be seen at low tide, fighting not to disappear for the rest of history.
Nowadays many people in this islands keep historical remains from the American Star. A pub in the capital was completely decorated with this ship’s items; The two pianos belonging to The American Star are believed to be in ‘Antigua’. The swivel chair that belonged to the First officer is now property of one of the craftsmen in this area.
Lots of stories like these are heard throughout the island, even the vessel’s wood has been used, among other people, by a craftsman, Kai, that makes high quality guitars with wood taken from the American Star.

From Fuertecharter we try not just to seduce you with our boat trips, but also to show you part of the history that this little big paradise holds up.

FuerteCharter’s team.

Trips from Corralejo to find out the marine ecosystems in Fuerteventura

The sea area of the Biosphere Reserve in Fuerteventura has a great biological wealth, regarding species and marine ecosystems: intertidal puddles, submarine cliffs, brown seaweed beds, chalk pits, sand areas or sea grass meadows— those sandy seabed oasis of life—, all of them take part of the natural heritage of our dear Majorera island. In Fuertecharter we offer you trips from Corralejo, where we will go across some of these marine ecosystems.

Intertidal puddles
Some meters away from us, in the rocky tidal plains of Fuerteventura, we find these little samples of marine biodiversity. The tide is continuously making them emerge and submerge; this is why many of the species living there are especially adapted to the changes produced in their surrounding area.
In the emergent part of these rocky tidal plains we find the other side of a fascinating ecosystem where curlews and other coastal birds like turnstones, “chorlitejos” (charadrius) or “correlimos” (calidris) fly across the coast in order to forage. Limpets, “burgados” (osilinus spp), crabs and other invertebrates are the visible part of this ecosystem, together with the seaweeds that are exposed in the low tide and that cover the rocks in the intertidal puddles.

Brown seaweed beds
Along Fuerteventura coastline and mainly on the rocky bottoms we can find brown seaweed beds playing a crucial role as a main source of food production for the sea fauna.

Blanquizales”
“Los blanquizales” are the whitish rocky bottoms,  as a result of the presence of the long-spined urchin “Diadema africanum” (before “Diadema antillarum”). These herbivores feed on the seaweed on the rocks, leaving them devoid of vegetation and thus fostering the emergence of these particular ecosystems. In our trips from Corralejo to Lobos we go across what is known as “El bajón del Río”, an important area of “blanquizales” with geological formations in the shape of mushrooms, fully devoid of seaweed, which rise on a sandy bottom over 14 metres.

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Sand Areas
Although apparently our sandy bottoms in the coastline may seem desert, a more careful look makes us find out that many organisms live either under or over the sand. Spiders, cone fish, starfish, cuttlefish, lizard fish, crabs… Then, in areas subjected to currents and where the sediment is more stable we find sand eels. The variety of species we can find in this ecosystem is really amazing. This is another marine ecosystem we find in our trips from Corralejo.

Sea grass meadows
These ocean meadows make up one of the most important marine ecosystems due to their great capacity to produce food, as well as to be used as breeding area for  many species of invertebrate fishes. These oasis of life on the sandy bottoms are environmental quality indicators in the coastline ecosystem and have a high ecological value we must preserve. Moreover they have other important roles, like the improvement of the water quality or the protection from coastal erosion. In our trips from Corralejo to Lobos we go across what is known as “los Sebadales de Corralejo”, declared a Special Conservation Area (ZEC) because of its ecological significance and for being a habitat of interest for the bottlenose dolphin “Tursiops truncatus” and the loggerhead turtle “Caretta caretta”.

Cliffs
Submarine cliffs are a meeting point among some species in the open sea and other species living near the coastline. The bicuda, amberjack and trumpet fish have their hunting reserves here. The moray eels, glass fish and other species living in dark environments find shelter in the crevices and caves at the rocks.

FuerteCharter Team

Fuerteventura and Corralejo, tourist week at the international tourist fair in Madrid (Fitur)

•    Corralejo promotes itself as one of the most important emergent destinations in Europe

•    Corralejo highlights in Madrid the prize awarded by TripAdvisor

•    The new American ambassador in Spain visits Corralejo’s exhibitor in Fitur LGBT

•    The mayoress will give a speech tomorrow about LGBT sector together with Maspalomas and Ibiza

•    The importance of this town after having been used as cinema set in the shooting of  “Exodus” and “The Dictator” has been highlighted.

Corralejo Grandes Playas and the rest of La Oliva have started their tourist promotion this week in the International Tourist Fair in Madrid (Fitur),  highlighting the recent award by Tripadvisor, which certifies that the tourist area in the North of Fuerteventura is the most important emergent tourist destination in Europe and the 9th in the world. An award won thanks to the opinions and scoring by TripAdvisor users, one of the most important tourist portals in the continent.  
The Mayoress in La Oliva, Claudina Morales, and the Councillor of Tourism, Marcelino Umpiérrez, attended the inauguration of the fair in Madrid, the most important in Spain, and the third most important in Europe along with London and Berlin, aiming to deepen in the promotion of this town among the tour operators in the Peninsula. The symptoms of recovery regarding peninsular tourism registered in the last quarter of 2013 could extend to the year 2014, according to the forecast by the tourism management in Madrid.
Moreover, Corralejo Grandes Playas inaugurates its own display in the so called pink corner, where some of the destinations and companies supporting the LGBT sector (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transsexuals) gather. This initiative places Corralejo next to two already consolidated destinations in this sector, which will allow the specialised press to get to know the tourist area in the North of the Island even better, and its attractions for the LGBT community. We must highlight the efforts by Fuerteventura and Corralejo to promote as a tolerant and “gayfriendly” destination. We will also remark the presentation of the poster for the next “Rainbow Fuerteventura”, which will be celebrated from the 4th to the 8th of December.

The increasing importance of this town after being used as a film set after the shooting of “Exodus”, by Ridley Scott, the American film “The dictator” or “Invasor”, the last production by the director Daniel Calparsoro has also been highlighted.
Another interesting proposal in Fuerteventura are the boat trips in Corralejo, and Fuertecharter has also done its bit to get this award by Tripadvisor, as we are the first attraction in The Canary Islands, something we feel proud of.
With our trips in Fuerteventura, the boat trips and boat chartering we contribute to letting the tourists find out the wonders in the Northern area which has been so promoted and that visitors like so much, thus getting customer loyalty.

 FuerteCharter Team

 

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