The migrants – 31 woman, 21 men and nine minors – were transferred to the port of Arguineguin in Gran Canaria where they were helped by emergency services.
The Canary Islands off the coast of West Africa have become the main destination in Spain for migrants trying to reach Europe.
Last year was one of the busiest for such crossings in the past decade, according to interior ministry data.
A total of 22 316 migrants arrived in the Canaries irregularly in 2021, in addition to 23 271 arrived the previous year.
Walking Borders rights group said more than 4 400 migrants, including at least 205 children, were lost at sea trying to reach Spain in 2021, more than double the figure from 2020 and the most since the group began counting in 2018.