Porto Santo Line has issued a statement saying that their 20:00 departure from Porto Santo on the 15th of October has changed.
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According to the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA), two earthquakes were recorded within two hours of each other.
At 05:18 this morning, the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA) recorded a 2.4 magnitude earthquake off the northeast coast of Porto Santo.
Yesterday afternoon five sailboats arrived in Machico. They are part of a scientific and humanitarian expedition to the Bijagos archipelago in Guinea-Bissau that will leave Madeira this weekend.
Until the 1st of October, MadeiraShopping will host the Guarda-Mar exhibition along the central corridor of floor 0. This initiative aims at providing visitors with a better understanding of why we need to protect our oceans.
A five-member team from the Regional Agency for the Development of Research, Technology, and Innovation (ARDITI) is participating in REPMUS 23, (Troy) a NATO event hosted by the Portuguese Navy.
The effects of marine heatwaves are more intense between 50 and 250 metres than in the most superficial waters, concluded researchers from the University of Algarve, warning that this poses a greater risk to biodiversity.
A 3.1 magnitude earthquake was recorded at 11:57 this morning off the northeast coast of Porto Santo
SATA – Azores Airlines recently announced that due to its success, it will maintain its Madeira - New York route and that it will be adding two new direct flights from June to September 2024 (Madeira - Boston/ Madeira - Toronto).
Yesterday morning, the body of a 60-year-old woman was found floating near the port of Funchal, confirmed the National Maritime Authority.
The team from the Corpo de Vigilantes da Natureza currently on duty at the Desertas Island Natural Reserve detected and identified, this morning, two men fishing within the protected zone of the nature reserve, stated the Regional Secretary for the Environment in a press release.
A vessel and crew from the Porto Moniz Lifeguard Station was activated early this afternoon to rescue three individuals who were unable to swim ashore.
The Ecologist Party (Green Party/ENP) considers it "scandalous that the Madeira Coastal Planning Programme (POCDAM), whose public discussion ended in March of this year, has been deliberately 'filed in the drawer' to allow the advancement of this project."