passion for the sea and our environment
The objective of Sustainable Tourism in Mallorca is to provide high quality experiences for tourists, whilst maintaining and conserving the natural heritage and biodiversity.
We aim to practice and encourage Responsible Tourism, as a collaboration between our team at Cormoran and our customers.
Protected marine areas
Marine Protected Areas are used globally as tools for the regeneration of marine ecosystems with the dual objective of increasing the productivity of fishing resources and conserving marine habitats and species. We define MPAs as those where industrial or semi-industrial fishing (trawling, seine and surface longline) is prohibited and where artisanal or recreational fishing is regulated.
Adopt a tree
Cruise Cormoran aims to mitigate its impact on the environment and the nearby communities where it operates, guaranteeing the protection and conservation of local ecosystems and creating a minimal impact on nature, learning to protect the biodiversity of the area.
We are committed to offsetting emissions with the “Cormoran Forest” project with the goal of being CO2 Neutral.
Do you want to adopt a tree? We encourage you to be part of this initiative whose main objective is to conserve and defend ecosystems, prevent their degradation and destruction of natural resources and increase the biodiversity of urban environments.
Retree is a company that has come to create a greener, more sustainable world, in which future generations will live the same or better than now. Discover the mission.
Achieving Carbon Neutrality
Cruise Cormoran Environmental Commitment to the Carbon Footprint Registry.
Cormoran Cruises has calculated its CO2 emissions and has this verified through the Carbon Footprint Registry. We promote internal energy efficiency by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. We have a plan to monitor the evolution of the reduction plan to reduce our emissions in the next 3 years.
We are Registered in the Ministry for The Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge.
No plastic in my sea
Plastic waste in the ocean. At least 8 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year, and make up 80% of all marine debris from surface waters to deep-sea sediments. Marine species ingest or are entangled by plastic debris, which causes severe injuries and deaths.
Cruise Cormoran have already pledged the following actions
- We will reduce our overall plastic impact.
- We have already replaced plastic cups for disposable cardboard cups
- We have replaced the straws with biodegradable straws.
- We have replaced napkins with recyclable napkins
- Installed recycling garbage
- Installed can crusher machines
We continue to follow initiatives, in order to have the least impact on the environment.
RED NATURA 2000
This is a European directive on global conservation. Its aim is to save the biodiversity on our continent. This network shares resources in a sustainable way, thereby, guaranteeing that man and nature live in harmony.
Its focus is on areas of special protection for marine birds, the waters that surround Isla Dragonera, Es Pantaleu, the islets of Malgrats and Conills and that of the Toro.
wild is free
Go enjoy — responsibly!
Feed your soul, and immerse yourself in a wild ocean ride to see dolphins, underwater worlds, and hidden caves. The best experiences are timeless!
Wild & free experience the dolphins up close
Another unforgettable experience from Cruise Cormoran. Wild is free; discover YOUR passion for the sea.