The Maï-Maï II invites you to spend a day alone in the cetacean sanctuary “Pelagos”! (Ligurian Sea)

More than 3000 whales and other cetaceans listed in the Ligurian Sea (see map) meet together!

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Take off on an unforgettable adventure!

In the cetacean sanctuary, a protected area for Mediterranean marine mammals, you will meet rorquals (whales), dolphins, sperm whales, pilot whales, turtles, and more...

Departure at 8 am, return at 4 pm. Don’t forget your camera!


The crew consists in two people. They will help you throughout your entire trip. They are there just for you, particularly to help distinguish rorquals from sperm whales and dolphins from pilot whales...

Departure from Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Monaco, Nice, Cannes, Saint-Tropez, Italia...

Photo Gallery : Cetacean sanctuary “Pelagos”

The Mai-Mai 2

Would you like to see whales in the Mediterranean sea? The captain of the Mai-Mai II takes you off on an exceptional day: departure at 9am in the morning until 25 / 30 miles off the coast, searching for whales thanks to the equipment of the boat, to look at them closely and bring nearer to 5 or 6 meters.
Discovering sperm whales, dolphins and whales in the Mediterranean sea is now possible on board the Mai-Mai II thanks to the competence of the crew. A cetacean sanctuary was established between Corsica and France to protect whales in the Mediterranean sea. Protected populations of marine mammals, whales, dolphins, rorquals, sperm whales, pilot whales, turtles and more… in the Mediterranean sea are growing and are increasingly visible. Encounters with whales, dolphins, sperm whales in the Mediterranean sea, is, each time, a very emotional trip and participate in the education of respect and protection of marine environments.

Go whale watching on the Mediterranean, an original note for an exceptional sea excursion! For you and your children, seeing whales in the Mediterranean is a precious moment to commune with nature of the highest level. Seeing whales, dolphins, and other cetaceans in the Mediterranean is the best way to understand the ecological dimension to be implemented in our marine activities.