Who are we?

Monaco Explorations: reconnecting humanity and the sea

Under the aegis of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Principality is renewing a great tradition:
maritime explorations to learn, understand, raise awareness and act.
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What do we do?

Monaco Explorations: reconciling humanity and the sea

Under the aegis of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Principality is renewing a great tradition:
maritime explorations to learn, understand, raise awareness and act.
Learn more
Our missions

Monaco Explorations: reconciling humanity and the sea

Under the aegis of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Principality is renewing a great tradition:
maritime explorations to learn, understand, raise awareness and act.
Learn more
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What do we do?

The objective of the Monaco Exploration Society is to conduct international collaborative missions linking scientific research, outreach towards the public and governmental cooperation. The main themes that guide its action concern the protection of the megafauna, the protection of corals, new exploration technologies, and the development of marine protected areas.

Madeira Mission 2017

Cabo Verde Mission 2017

Sargasso MIssion 2017

Martinique Mission 2017-2018

Malpelo Mission 2018

Norway Mission 2018

Hawai'i MIssion 2018

New Caledonia Mission 1019

Gombessa 5 Mission 2019

Palau Mission 2019

ENCOR Mission 2019

Sphyrna Odyssey Mission 2019

Badu Mission 2018

Providenza Mission

Ile Providencia

Santa Marta

The last missions that we have supported

Throughout the world

From Macaronesia to Colombia, with a passage in the Pacific, Monaco Explorations have already reached
many regions. The new study areas concern in particular the Mediterranean, Melanesia and the Indian Ocean.

Upcoming projects

Mission

A large campaign in the Indian Ocean

Documentary

A new documentary on H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince’s meeting with the artist Alick Tipoti and the people of Badu Island in the Torres Strait.

Book

A book on all the explorations in which H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince took part since the beginning of his reign.

News

Visit of the Unesco exhibition and educational workshops at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
A new species of nudibranch discovered in Cabo Verde has been named Tritonia hirondelle in homage to the explorations of Prince Albert 1er of Monaco
Brave New Ocean: a high-level virtual event organized by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO to mark the beginning of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science.

The governance of Monaco Explorations