Melimoyu Foundation draw a detailed plan for Tictoc fourteen years ago, but three administrations came and went until the park dream became a reality, at least in legal terms. Since the start of Fundacion Melimoyu’s efforts, a number of successful achievements have been accomplished, including a detailed identification of areas of high conservation value, involvement of key stakeholders, development of NGO coalitions and collaborative work, among others. On February 27, 2014, with the presence of senior government officials and the community of Raul Marin Balmaceda, Mr. Sebastián Piñera, the President of Chile, signed the Executive Order establishing the 204,000 acre Tictoc Marine Park. The Chilean coastal marine ecosystems are among the most highly productive in the world. Particularly the fiords and waterways of northern Patagonia are recognized as exceptional and of high conservation value due to their uniqueness and fragility, thus they are considered as “conservation priorities”. Blue whales, dolphins, marine birds, cold water corals and a large number of species can be found in these fragile, highly productive and unique ecosystems.