The Blue Sea is a regional sea located in the northeastern Pacific Ocean. It is situated in the Lovia Archipelago, northeast of Peace Island and Discovery Isle and west of Kings Island. It borders Discovery Bay to the west and the Central Lovian Sea to the north. The Blue Sea is of major importance to Lovian fishery, wildlife preservation and tourism.
Wildlife in the Blue Sea includes bluebanded gobies, garibaldi, California moray eels, sardines, giant black sea bass, bat ray and Spanish shawl fishes. Among the marine animals in the sea are dolphins, sea lions, Guadelupe fur seals and Guadelupe juncoes.