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List of Power Moons in the Seaside Kingdom

# Power Moon Location Availability 1 SMO Seaside Moon 1.png
The Stone Pillar Seal This Power Moon can be found on top of a grassy platform in the middle of the area and can be reached by capturing a Gushen and floating up to it. Collecting it unplugs the first seal. Available from the start. 2 SMO Seaside Moon 2.png
The Lighthouse Seal Mario must make it to the top of the Lighthouse in order to obtain this Power Moon. Collecting it unplugs the second seal. Available from the start. 3 SMO Seaside Moon 3.png
The Hot Spring Seal At the Hot Spring Island, Mario must capture a Gushen and spray the lava to make a safe path for him to collect the Power Moon, which is found underwater in the hot spring. Collecting it unplugs the third seal. Available from the start. 4 SMO Seaside Moon 4.png
The Seal Above the Canyon Mario must make it through the Rolling Canyon area with the Spiked Shells and past the wall of crates to find this Power Moon. Collecting it unplugs the fourth and final seal. Available from the start. 5 TheGlassisHalfEmpty.png
The Glass Is Half Full!Mario must defeat Mollusque-Lanceur, after which he will be rewarded with a Multi Moon. Available after breaking all four seals. 6 SMO Seaside Moon 6.png
On the Cliff Overlooking the Beach To the right of the Odyssey near the two Goombas wearing pirate hats, the player can find this Power Moon on a high cliff. Mario must capture a Gushen in order to obtain it. Available from the start. 7 SMO Seaside Moon 7.png
Ride the Jetstream The player can find a hidden alcove to the right of the Odyssey near the Binoculars. Mario must capture a Gushen and float up into the alcove and then right to find this Power Moon above a shallow pool of water. Available from the start. 8 SMO Seaside Moon 8.png
Ocean-Bottom Maze: Treasure Near the Glass Palace checkpoint, the player can find a set of four 8-Bit Pipes which all lead to an 8-Bit section flat on the underwater floor. Mario must make it successfully through this 8-Bit section to obtain the Power Moon. Available from the start. 9 SMO Seaside Moon 9.png
Ocean-Bottom Maze: Hidden Room In the same 8-Bit area as the "Ocean-Bottom Maze: Treasure" Power Moon, Mario must enter the bottom right 8-Bit Pipe. When he enters the section, he must kick a Koopa Troopa shell into a Brick Block that is blocking the entrance to a hidden alcove containing the Power Moon. Available from the start. 10 SMO Seaside Moon 10.png
Underwater Highway Tunnel To the northwest of the Lighthouse checkpoint, the player can find three Cheep Cheeps swimming in front of a short tunnel. The player can capture one of the Cheep Cheeps and find a small hole covered by Brick Blocks. Mario must break through these blocks to find the Power Moon hidden inside the hole. Available from the start. 11 SMO Seaside Moon 11.png
Shh! It's a Shortcut! Near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint, the player must capture a Cheep Cheep and then go a little to the left to find a hole with a path leading to the Power Moon inside. Available from the start. 12 SMO Seaside Moon 12.png
Gap in the Ocean Trench Near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint, the player must capture a Cheep Cheep and swim forward and down to see the Sphynx. A hole can be found on the right side wall near the Sphynx which leads to a path with the Power Moon at the end. Available from the start. 13 SMO Seaside Moon 13.png
Slip Through the Nesting Spot Near the Hot Spring Island checkpoint, the player must capture a Cheep Cheep and find a hole to the northeastern side of the area. Mario must avoid the Maw-Rays inside the hole to obtain this Power Moon. Available from the start. 14 SMO Seaside Moon 14.png
Merci, Dorrie! The player can find this Power Moon floating underneath the purple Dorrie that swims around the area. Available from the start. 15 SMO Seaside Moon 15.png
Bonjour, Dorrie! The player can find this Power Moon floating high above the yellow Dorrie that swims around the area. It can be obtained by capturing Glydon on the Lighthouse and flying into it or by capturing a Gushen and floating into it. Available after collecting the "The Glass Is Half Full!" Multi Moon. 16 SMO Seaside Moon 16.png
Under a Dangerous Ceiling Near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint, the player can find this Power Moon by ground pounding a glowing spot on a mound found among many Komboos walking on the ceiling above. Available from the start. 17 SMO Seaside Moon 17.png
What the Waves Left Behind Near the Rolling Canyon checkpoint, the player can find this Power Moon in a circular hole among the gray rock path. Mario must defeat the Komboo protecting it and ground pound the spot to obtain it. Available from the start. 18 SMO Seaside Moon 18.png
The Back Canyon: Excavate! On the left side of the Rolling Canyon checkpoint, the player can find this Power Moon by going on a few grassy platforms to find it hidden on a glowing spot with a Moonsnake rolling in its path. Mario must ground pound the glowing spot to obtain the Power Moon. Available from the start. 19 SMO Seaside Moon 19.png
Bubblaine Northern Reaches Near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint, the player can find three small mounds along with a larger mound in the middle of the three. Mario must ground pound each mound which each has a glowing spot and then ground pound the large middle mound to obtain this Power Moon. Each time Mario pounds the mounds, a group of Komboos will appear. Available from the start. 20 SMO Seaside Moon 20.png
Wriggling on the Sandy Bottom Near the Lighthouse, the player can find two Cheep Cheeps swimming. Under them is a hidden door which leads to a bonus area. In this bonus area, Mario must ground pound the moving mound to obtain the Power Moon. Available from the start. 21 SMO Seaside Moon 21.png
Glass Palace Treasure Chest The player can find this Power Moon underneath the Glass Palace in a treasure chest near three swimming Cheep Cheeps and a group of Komboos. Available from the start. 22 SMO Seaside Moon 22.png
Treasure Trap Hidden in the Inlet Near the Beach House checkpoint, the player can find a small hole underneath the water in a river to the left of the checkpoint. Inside is an area with four treasure chests. Mario must open each treasure chest in the correct order to obtain this Power Moon.

The order of the treasure chests is the same order that was used to get the Treasure in the Ocean CavePower Star in Super Mario 64's Jolly Roger Bay.

Available from the start. 23 SMO Seaside Moon 23.png
Sea Gardening: Inlet Seed In the small river to the right of the Beach House checkpoint, the player can find a seed sitting underwater on the ground. Mario must pick up the seed and bring it to one of the flower pots on the roof of the Beach House. He must wait for the Power Moon to sprout from a vine, or use a Gushen's water attack to accelerate the growth process. Available from the start. 24 SMO Seaside Moon 24.png
Sea Gardening: Canyon Seed At the end of the area near the "The Back Canyon: Excavate!" Power Moon, the player can find a seed. Mario must pick up the seed and bring it to one of the flower pots on the roof of the Beach House. He must wait for the Power Moon to sprout from a vine, or use a Gushen's water attack to accelerate the growth process. Available from the start. 25 SMO Seaside Moon 25.png
Sea Gardening: Hot-Spring Seed Near the Hot Spring Island checkpoint, the player can find a seed sitting on a rocky platform along with a Gushen. Mario must pick up the seed and bring it to one of the flower pots on the roof of the Beach House. He must wait for the Power Moon to sprout from a vine, or use a Gushen's water attack to accelerate the growth process. Available from the start. 26 SMO Seaside Moon 26.png
Sea Gardening: Ocean Trench Seed Near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint and sitting next to the Sphynx, the player can find a seed sitting underwater. Mario must pick up the seed and bring it to one of the flower pots on the roof of the Beach House. He must wait for the Power Moon to sprout from a vine, or use a Gushen's water attack to accelerate the growth process. Available from the start. 27 SMO Seaside Moon 27.png
Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 1 Near the Hot Spring Island checkpoint, the player can find a hole underwater containing a ground-pound switch. Mario must hit the switch and then quickly make it through a short 8-Bit section to obtain the Power Moon before the switch's effect wears off. Available from the start. 28 SMO Seaside Moon 28.png
Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 2 Near the Glass Palace, the player can find a scarecrow underwater. Mario must throw Cappy onto the scarecrow and then quickly swim over to the Power Moon before the timer runs out. Available after collecting the "The Glass Is Half Full!" Multi Moon. 29 SMO Seaside Moon 29.png
Found on the Beach! Good Dog! Near the Odyssey, the player can find a Nintendog wearing a fedora. Mario must guide the Nintendog around the area with the binoculars to find a glowing spot near the gray rocks. The Nintendog will start trying to dig it up, but Mario must ground pound the spot to obtain the Power Moon. Available after collecting the "The Glass Is Half Full!" Multi Moon. 30 SMO Seaside Moon 30.png
Moon Shards in the Sea Near the Rolling Canyon checkpoint, the player can find a scarecrow underwater. Throwing Cappy onto the scarecrow opens up a gate leading to a hidden underwater area. Mario must collect all five Moon Shards in the area while avoiding Maw-Rays to obtain this Power Moon. Available from the start. 31 SMO Seaside Moon 31.png
Taking Notes: Ocean Surface Dash Near the Beach House checkpoint, the player can find a rainbow-colored treble clef. Mario must throw Cappy at the Rocket Flower next to it and run across the water and collect the line of notes to obtain this Power Moon. Available from the start. 32 SMO Seaside Moon 32.png
Love by the Seaside Mario must capture and create a Goomba Tower and meet with Goombette, who can be found on a platform in the Rolling Canyon path with the Spiked Shells. She will reward Mario with the Power Moon when he meets her. Available from the start. 33 SMO Seaside Moon 33.png
Lighthouse Leaper Mario must go to the top of the Lighthouse and capture Glydon. He must fly over to a Bubblainian who is found near the Glass Palace. Upon doing so, the Bubblainian will be impressed by Mario's flying abilities and will reward him with the Power Moon. Available after collecting the "The Glass Is Half Full!" Multi Moon. 34 SMO Seaside Moon 34.png
Good Job, Captain Toad! Mario must capture a Gushen and take it to the end of the Rolling Canyon path. Mario can find Captain Toad on a higher platform near the "The Seal Above the Canyon" Power Moon, who will reward Mario with the Power Moon when he speaks to him. Available from the start. 35 SMO Seaside Moon 35.png
Ocean Quiz: Good! Near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint, the player can find the Sphynx in the deep area to the southwest of the checkpoint. If Mario can answer five of its questions correctly, the player will be rewarded with a Power Moon. The answers are "Bubblaine", "Four", "Attack", "Resort Outfit", and "To ask questions". Available from the start. 36 SMO Seaside Moon 36.png
Shopping in Bubblaine The player can purchase this Power Moon from the yellow Crazy Cap shop for 100 gold coins. Available from the start. 37 SMO Seaside Moon 37.png
Beach Volleyball: Champ In the Beach Volleyball minigame, Mario must hit the ball back and forth 15 times in a row to obtain this Power Moon. Available after collecting the "The Glass Is Half Full!" Multi Moon. 38 SMO Seaside Moon 38.png
Beach Volleyball: Hero of the Beach! In the Beach Volleyball minigame, Mario must hit the ball back and forth 100 times in a row to obtain this Power Moon. Available after collecting the "The Glass Is Half Full!" Multi Moon. 39 SMO Seaside Moon 39.png
Looking Back in the Dark Waterway The player can find a hole with a few Coin Rings which leads to the Underwater Tunnel to the Lighthouse. In the first part with the three swimming Cheep Cheeps, Mario can find this Power Moon inside a small hole in the wall to the left side. Available from the start. 40 SMO Seaside Moon 40.png
The Sphynx's Underwater Vault Near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint, the player can find the Sphynx in the deep area to the southwest of the checkpoint. If Mario can answer one of its questions correctly, the Sphynx will open up a doorway which leads to an underwater area with a treasure chest containing the Power Moon. Available from the start. 41 SMO Seaside Moon 41.png
A Rumble on the Seaside Floor Near the Odyssey, the player can find a Warp Pipe on the wall which takes Mario to a room. Inside this room, Mario must ground pound a certain part of the floor to obtain this Power Moon. It can be found more easily if the player has the rumble effect on their controller activated. Available from the start. 42 SMO Seaside Moon 42.png
A Relaxing Dance The player must purchase the Resort Hat and Resort Outfit or the Sunshine Shades and Sunshine Outfit from the purple Crazy Cap shop and then talk to a Bubblainian who will unlock a door to the Beach House. Inside, Mario must dance with two other Bubblainians for a few seconds, after which Mario will be rewarded with a Power Moon. Available from the start. 43 SMO Seaside Moon 43.png
Wading in the Cloud Sea Near the Beach House, the player can find a higher cliff with a Mini Rocket on top of it which leads to a bonus area. In this bonus area, Mario must make it through a large chasm filled with clouds and enemies such as Pulse Beams and Burrbos. Available from the start. 44 SMO Seaside Moon 44.png
Sunken Treasure in the Cloud Sea In the area with the "Wading in the Cloud Sea" Power Moon, the player can find a thin pathway hidden by clouds that is off of the normal route. Following this path leads to a square platform with a treasure chest hidden in more clouds that contains the Power Moon. Available from the start. 45 SMO Seaside Moon 45.png
Fly Through the Narrow Valley To the right of where the Beach Volleyball minigame is played, the player can find a hidden alcove with a door that leads to a bonus area. The player must capture a Gushen first to reach it. Inside the bonus area, Mario must capture multiple Gushens to make it past several bottomless pits and pits of poisoned water. Available from the start. 46 SMO Seaside Moon 46.png
Treasure Chest in the Narrow Valley In the area with the "Fly Through the Narrow Valley" Power Moon, the player can find a treasure chest past the part where Mario normally falls down to collect the aforementioned Power Moon. This treasure chest contains another Power Moon. Available from the start. 47 SMO Seaside Moon 47.png
Hurry and Stretch In the northeast of the kingdom underwater, the player can find an alcove with a door which leads to a bonus area. In this bonus area, Mario must capture a few Uproots and make it through an upwards area infested with Moonsnakes and rising lava. Available from the start. 48 SMO Seaside Moon 48.png
Stretch on the Side Path In the area with the "Hurry and Stretch" Power Moon in the part with the narrow path, the player can find this Power Moon floating above the right side and must stretch upwards to collect it. Available from the start. 49 SMO Seaside Moon 49.png
Secret Path to Bubblaine! This Power Moon can be found on top of the Diving Platform. To reach it, the player must travel through a painting located in a different kingdom:
  • In Bowser's Kingdom, the painting can be found behind the left building at the Main Courtyard Entrance.
  • In the Mushroom Kingdom, the painting can be found between some trees near the Odyssey.
Available from the start (Mushroom Kingdom).

Available after defeating Bowser in the Moon Kingdom (Bowser's Kingdom). 50 SMO Seaside Moon 50.png
Found with Seaside Kingdom Art Near the gray boulders to right of the Odyssey and up on a higher platform, the player can find a piece of Hint Art. The Hint Art shows the word "KEEP" written in a blocky design with a Power Moon above the first "E". The player must travel back to the Metro Kingdom, where they can find the words "KEEP CLEAR" written on the ground near the Main Street Entrance. Mario must ground pound where the Power Moon is shown on the Hint Art to obtain it. Available from the start. 51 SMO Seaside Moon 51.png
Seaside Kingdom Regular Cup At the Island above Ocean Trench East, the player can find a Koopa Troopa hosting the Koopa Freerunning mini-game. Mario must enter the race and then reach the finish line in first place to be awarded a Power Moon. Available after defeating Bowser in the Moon Kingdom. 52 SMO Seaside Moon 52.png
Peach in the Seaside Kingdom Mario must meet Peach at the top of the water fountain by jumping into one of the geysers. Available after defeating Bowser in the Moon Kingdom and talking to the Toad outside Peach's Castle (Mushroom Kingdom). 53 SMO Seaside Moon 53.png
Above the Parasol: Catch! The player can find this Power Moon floating above the umbrella to the left of the Beach House. Mario can either jump on the umbrella to catch it or capture a Gushen and float to it. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 54 SMO Seaside Moon 54.png
What Shines Inside the Glass This Power Moon can be found at the very bottom on the inside of the Glass Tower. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 55 SMO Seaside Moon 55.png
A Fine Detail on the Glass This Power Moon can be found on the Glass Tower on one if its handle designs. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 56 SMO Seaside Moon 56.png
Underwater Highway West: Explore! This Power Moon can be found to the west of the kingdom near a couple of rolling Moonsnakes. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 57 SMO Seaside Moon 57.png
Underwater Highway East: Explore! This Power Moon can be found to the east of the kingdom near the Hot Spring Island checkpoint. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 58 SMO Seaside Moon 58.png
Rapid Ascent on Hot Spring Island This Power Moon can be found high above the larger pool in the Hot Spring Island and can be obtained by capturing a Gushen. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 59 SMO Seaside Moon 59.png
A Light Next to the Lighthouse The player can find this Power Moon by throwing and spinning Cappy onto the top of the pole that is used to get to the top of the Lighthouse. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 60 SMO Seaside Moon 60.png
The Tall Rock Shelf in the Deep Ocean The player can find this Power Moon near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint near the Sphynx. To obtain it, Mario must throw and spin Cappy onto a small glowing rock that is sticking out of the ground to the right in the deep area. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 61 SMO Seaside Moon 61.png
At the Base of the Lighthouse The player can find this Power Moon by ground pounding a glowing spot in between two blue rock formations underwater near the Lighthouse. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 62 SMO Seaside Moon 62.png
Bird Traveling Over the Ocean The player can find this Power Moon by capturing a Gushen and catching a bird that is seen flying around the kingdom. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 63 SMO Seaside Moon 63.png
Caught Hopping at Glass Palace! The player can find a rabbit roaming around the Glass Tower and must catch it to obtain this Power Moon. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 64 SMO Seaside Moon 64.png
Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 3 The player must throw Cappy onto a scarecrow at the top of the Lighthouse and must quickly make it to the Power Moon which can be seen on a far away platform in the water. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 65 SMO Seaside Moon 65.png
Taking Notes: Ocean-Bottom Maze In the 8-Bit area with the "Ocean-Bottom Maze: Treasure" Power Moon, the player can find a rainbow-colored treble clef. Mario must touch it and then quickly collect all of the notes that appear. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 66 SMO Seaside Moon 66.png
Taking Notes in the Sea Near the Glass Palace checkpoint, the player can find a rainbow-colored treble clef on top of a column underwater. The player must touch it and quickly collect the three circles of notes before they disappear. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 67 SMO Seaside Moon 67.png
Seaside Kingdom Master Cup At the Island above Ocean Trench East, the player can find a Koopa Troopa hosting the Koopa Freerunning mini-game. Mario must enter the race and then reach the finish line in first place to be awarded a Power Moon. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock and collecting the "Seaside Kingdom Regular Cup" Power Moon. 68 SMO Seaside Moon 68.png
Aim! Poke! Near the Rolling Canyon checkpoint, the player can find a Moon Pipe underwater, which leads to a bonus area. In this bonus area, Mario must capture a Pokio and knock a few boulders into breakable blocks that are blocking the path and a gate to the Power Moon. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 69 SMO Seaside Moon 69.png
Poke! Roll! In the area with the "Aim! Poke!" Power Moon, the player must capture a Pokio and knock a boulder into a single breakable block that can be found behind a gate which is behind the entrance to the area. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 70 SMO Seaside Moon 70.png
The Spinning Maze: Search! By dropping off one side of the Lighthouse, the player can find a Moon Pipe which leads to a bonus area. In this bonus area, Mario must collect five Moon Shards among many blue and yellow blocks that can be shifted by throwing Cappy at them. The only enemies here are Spinies. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock. 71 SMO Seaside Moon 71.png
The Spinning Maze: Open! At the back of the area with the "The Spinning Maze: Search!" Power Moon, the player can find an opening which leads to a hidden room containing a treasure chest which contains the Power Moon. Available after opening this kingdom's Moon Rock.
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Super Mario Odyssey: The 10 Hardest Seaside Kingdom Moons (& Where To Find Them)

Super Mario Odyssey's Seaside Kingdom, the ninth or tenth kingdom for Mario to visit (depending on which map direction you choose first), is home to 71 Power Moons. The first 48 moons are available during your first visit to the beach and three more will pop up later on in the game. Finally, after defeating Bowser, you can unlock the final 19 Power Moons.

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Some of the moons are a breeze to collect. Others, not so much. If you thought defeating that thirsty, French squid boss was difficult, try getting your hands on these Power Moons.

10 Treasure Trap Hidden In The Inlet (West Of The Odyssey)

As soon as you exit the Odyssey, head west and walk along the beach wall until you reach the inlet. Pay close attention to the rock wall underwater, where you'll see a space. Dive into the space and rise to the surface on the other side to see four treasure chests.

The key is to hit the chests in the right order, or else those annoying Chinchos will be released. Fortunately, if you get it wrong on your first try, numbers will appear above the Chinchos to tell you the correct order. To get rid of the Chinchos and start over, let them follow you back into the water.

9 Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 1 (South Of Hot Spring Island)

Finding the starting point for this one can get a bit difficult. Warp or swim to the Hot Springs Island checkpoint and head south. About halfway between Hot Springs Island and the next island over, there will be a thin but long crack in the ground. It may take some searching, but look on the other side of the underwater cliff. A big, red button can be seen beneath the crack.

Hit the button and platforms will appear on the 2-D wall beside you. Make your way to the end of the platforms, hit the blocks, and get the Power Moon before time runs out. There's only a few seconds on the clock, so it may take a few tries to beat it.

This Power Moon can be found underwater between the Glass Palace and the Koopa Freerunning starting point. Sink to the bottom and you should see a scarecrow. Throw Cappy at the scarecrow to start the timer challenge. The Power Moon seems easy enough to get to — all you have to do is swim in a straight line — but you have very little time to do so.

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On top of that, you need to be sure you have enough air to swim across the gap, and Mario isn't the fastest swimmer. The best method for beating the timer is to press ZL and Y to quick dash through the water.

7 Moon Shards In The Sea (Near Rolling Canyon)

Here's another scarecrow challenge. This one can be found underwater, northeast of the Rolling Canyon. Throw Cappy at the scarecrow, which will open a gate that leads down to a cave. Cappy will still be attached to the scarecrow the whole time, so you'll have to float down without him.

Collect all five moon shards to get the Power Moon. Grab bubbles whenever you can to keep your oxygen supply up. Also, be careful where you swim, because the water is inhabited by an angry Maw-Ray. Thankfully, if you lose health from the Maw-Ray, you'll re-spawn without losing moon shards.

A koopa will be waiting on a small island to the left of Hot Springs Island — his location is marked with a trophy on the map. Challenge him to a race to get started. It can be hard to keep up in the race, but there are a few different ways to ensure you come out in first place.

Swim to the surface immediately, where you can either capture a Gushen or some Rocket Flowers. If you go the flower route, head to the cave and get more Rocket Flowers. Hit the wooden crates at the end of the cave to get to the finish line. If you capture a Gushen, boost your way to the cliff on the right and use the fork people to throw yourself up to the finish line.

Talk to the Koopa once more to begin a second race. The best way to win this one is to combine the two methods from the previous challenge. Start by swimming up to the surface as quickly as possible — button smashing always helps. Then, collect the Rocket Flowers and run to the cave.

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Use the fork people on the wall to the right to fling yourself up to the finish line. This move will cut out much of the race course, putting you way ahead of the Koopas. So, even if you make a mistake or two, you should still come out on top.

4 Treasure Chest In The Narrow Valley (In A Cave, Southwest Of Beach House)

To find this challenge area, warp to the Beach House checkpoint and capture a Gushen. Along the wall southwest of the Beach House, there will be a cave. Use the Gushen to shoot yourself up to the ledge and enter the door. There are two Power Moons in this area, but the first one is easy to capture. Just make it to the end of the course with Gushens.

The second moon is difficult to reach. You won't be able to refill your Gushen's water supply, so use it sparingly. Exit the Gushen at the last second, when it starts to fall, to get the Power Moon in a chest.

3 Bird Traveling Over The Ocean (East Of Lighthouse)

Typically, birds carrying Power Moons can be collected by throwing Cappy at them. This time, though, you'll need to make direct contact. One way to do this is to capture the Glydon at the top of the Lighthouse and chase the bird. It will be flying around the entire kingdom, so keep a close eye on it.

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Alternatively, you can take the Power Moon from the bird by hitting it with a Gushen. Just don't warp anywhere during this process, or the moon will be reset.

2 Good Job, Captain Toad! (Above Rolling Canyon)

Start at the Rolling Canyon flag and capture a Gushen. Use your water sparingly, but boost yourself up the canyon wall, avoiding the spikes. Make your way to the uphill to the next flag, recharging your water supply in the nearby pond.

Captain Toad will be to the left of the flag, on a ledge. Make sure to release the Gushen or else Toad won't speak to you.

1 Beach Volleyball - Hero Of The Beach (Near Beach House)

This Power Moon is high on a list of the most difficult challenges in the entire game. Your goal is to hit the volleyball back over the net 100 times. The best way to complete the challenge is to stay in the center of the court. This way, you can easily reach all four corners without too much running.

In addition, use Cappy to hit the ball back whenever possible. Throw him when the ball is just about to land. Remember to run back to the center of the court for the next serve. It will take a while, but the Power Moon will be yours if you strategize.

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Super Mario Odyssey: 10 Seaside Kingdom Moons You Totally Missed

In an area as big as the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey, it is not a huge surprise that a lot of Power Moons can be found in some deeply hidden and possibly missable locations on the map.

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However, after collecting every single one in the entire game, new features will be unlocked including the ability to get to the top of the castle and shoot fireworks in the Mushroom Kingdom. In order to grab certain Moons, he must complete various time tasks and puzzles, but a few of them get unlocked on the map only after finishing the main story.

10 Timer Challenge 1

This Moon is located south of Hot Spring Island and Mario has to collect it before the time runs out. It can be easily missed since the red button can be hard to spot, even though it's quite generous in size. If you turn south of Hot Springs flag and jump from the cliff, there is a crack in the underwater. Go right through the crack and the red button will be visible. Once Mario hits the button, he should smash the block on the other platform and collect the Moon.

9 A Bird Flying Over The Ocean

By catching a glittery golden bird, Mario can collect another Moon. However, there is no doubt this one can be quite frustrating forcing many players to give up on it since naturally, the bird won't sit still and the whole process of catching it can be time-consuming.

The easiest way to catch a bird is by smashing it with a Gushen or climb at the top of the Lighthouse and with use Glydon to get to the bird. The bird will try to run away once you get the Glydon, so Mario will need to chase it all around the beach and ocean.

8 Underwater Highway Tunnel

This one is hidden under the breakable bricks in the tunnel, so it is almost undetectable. If you look for the tunnel that is guarded by three Cheep-Cheeps, it is most likely that you are on the right path. Make sure to perform a spin-attack smashing the bricks and the Power Moon will shine through.

7 Ocean Trench Seed

In order to get four Power Moons, players need to plant seeds and grow them, which is probably why many players don't actually take the time to find them.

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If players want to find this one then they need to have Mario enter the top of the Beach House, where four identical pots can be found (but without any seeds in them). Players will then have to go to the Ocean Trench East flag and bounce to the bottom to look for the golden seed. After acquiring it, carry them back to the Beach House and plant them. The process of growth will be slow but Mario can use Gushen's water jet to speed it up and get all four Moons.

6 Time Challenge 2

If Mario is directed to swim to the very bottom, north of Glass Palace, one more hidden Power Moon can be collected if the challenge is completed in time.

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At the first glance, it seems fairly easy to swim to the moon in a straight line, but the problem can be born once realizing there is almost not enough time to do so. The only way to grab that Moon is by speed dashing Mario through the water as quickly as possible.

5 Great Job, Captain Toad

In order to get this Moon, players will have to capture Gushen and head over to the Odyssey. To climb the ledge that is located next to the Odyssey, use the benefit of Gushen's water jet and keep jetting East where you can get to the highest peak.

Captain Toad will await there to grant Mario another Power Moon. This one is highly missable since it's not even noticeable if players don't use the water jet and climb to the top.

4 Timer Challenge 3

The third timer challenge is located near the Lighthouse flag, where the scarecrow is. Make sure to toss a hat and begin the challenge. The trick is to get some extra distance by diving in mid-air. Within a few seconds, the Power Moon will be yours. If mid-air diving isn't doing the trick, combine it with ground pound when in the water, which will speed up Mario even more.

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This challenge can be difficult to complete in a required time but with a little bit of patience and practice, it's completely manageable. Head over to the Hot Springs Island flag and walk along the beach to find a Green Koopa and start the challenge.

The first thing to do is start the challenge and possess the fish in order to put some extra swimming speed. Then possess a jellyfish and get catapulted to the cliff, where the Moon is awaiting. One of the tricks to get to the victory is by using the Cheep Cheep's supreme ability and speed up to the sandbar.

2 Hero Of The Beach

If Mario walks near the Beach House, a net for volleyball can be found and with it, one more collectible Moon. This challenge is one of the most difficult ones and requires to hit the ball 100 continues times over the net.

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The key of the strategy is to stay in the center (that way you can quickly move to the left or right) and use Cappy to hit the ball when that is required.

1 Secret Path To Bubblelane

To collect this Moon, players will need to get to the Mushroom Kingdom and find a portrait near the Odyssey. From the Main Courtyard Entrance flag, turn left and go around the house to find a painting hanging on the wall. Mario can teleport through the painting to the cliff of the Seaside Kingdom where the closed chest can be found. Once opened, a new Power Moon will appear in the collection.

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Super Mario Odyssey Seaside Kingdom Power Moons - where to find Seaside Kingdom Moons

Seaside Kingdom Power Moons are what you'll find on this page, where we detail each Seaside Kingdom Power Moon and its location in the region with accompanying screens for extra clarity.

This is where to find Seaside Kingdom Moons then, but for other regions you can cycle back to our Power Moon locations guide hub, or our main Super Mario Odyssey guide and walkthrough hub for much more.

On this page:

Super Mario Odyssey Seaside Kingdom Power Moons 1 to 10

There are 51 Power Moons to find until you reach the end-game, with one involving Peach and then some more.

1. The Stone Pillar Seal

Located on the pillar north of where you begin by the Odyssey. Use a Gushen to reach the top level and collect the Moon.

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2. The Lighthouse Seal

Head through the underwater tunnel (entrance near the lighthouse), then use the Warp Pipe at the end to reach the top and the Moon that's waiting for you.

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3. The Hot Spring Seal

Head to the island on the east-side of the map. Prior to completing the related story objective, this island will be partly covered in lava. Use a Gushen to remove the lava on the main level, revealing a secret pool with a Moon at the bottom.

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4. The Seal Above the Canyon

To the south of the island, east of the Odyssey, look for a canyon with spiked, ball-like shells rolling into the sea. Ascend this canyon, dodging the shells. Destroy the wooden boxes at the end to claim the Moon on the ledge.

5. The Glass is Half Full! (3 Moons)

This Multi Moon is guarded by the squid monster that's been guzzling the Sparkle Water. Follow our Walkthrough to defeat him, then claim the Multi Moon when you're sent flying onto the giant gold goblet in the middle of the map.

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6. On the Cliff Overlooking the Beach

From the Odyssey, possess a Gushen in the water and head for the elevated pool shown in the second screenshot. Now rise up and fire over to the next ledge up to find the Moon.

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7. Ride the Jetstream

From the Beach House, grab a Gushen and head for the cave opening show in the second screenshot. Inside, use your jet to reach the Moon inside.

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8. Ocean-Bottom Maze: Treasure

Just south of the lighthouse, head to the sea floor and look for four different Warp Pipes in a square. With the lighthouse to your left, enter the bottom left pipe, jump over the 2D Koopas and use the platform to reach the left-hand ledge. Jump up and reveal the hidden blocks that halt your progress. Leave by the Warp Pipe you originally used, then enter the top-right pipe, head to the left, drop down onto the blocks you revealed earlier, then head right to collect the Moon.

9. Ocean-Bottom Maze: Hidden Room

Of the four Warp Pipes near the lighthouse (with the lighthouse to your left), enter the bottom right Warp Pipe and use the Red Koopa Shell to destroy the breakable block at the bottom of the wall. Crouch and wall in this hole to reveal a hidden Moon!

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10. Underwater Highway Tunnel

From the Ocean Trench West, turn right and swim around the bank towards an opening patrolled by three Cheep Cheep. Possess one and head inside. Ground Pound the easy to miss stone floor to reveal a tunnel and a Moon.

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11. Shh! It's a Shortcut!

From Ocean Trench East, jump into a nearby Cheep Cheep and swim through the square opening directly opposite the checkpoint. Swim partway through to find a Moon on the seafloor.

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12. Gap in the Ocean Trench

From Ocean Trench East, possess the nearby Cheep Cheep and swim down into the sunken recess to the right of the checkpoint. Look for a square hole in the cliff to your right. Swim in, then down to find the Moon.

13. Slip Through the Nesting Spot

From Hot Spring Island, jump into the water with the column that rises to the surface of the water. Possess the Cheep Cheep and swim down to the low opening on your right. Be careful a giant fish will try to eat you before disappearing back inside. Slip in that hole and to the right to find a hidden Moon.

14. Merci Dorrie!

This one is really easy to find. Simply find the purple Dorrie that roams this kingdom and collect the Moon stuck to its belly under the water.

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15. Bonjour, Dorrie!

From the Lighthouse, wait for the yellow Dorrie to pass on its route and use the Glydon to reach the Moon floating above it.

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16. Under a Dangerous Ceiling

From Ocean Trench East, swim to the cliff with the low ceiling patrolled by angry reeds. Ground Pound the nearest glowing spot on the floor and reveal a precariously placed Moon.

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17. What the Waves Left Behind

From Rolling Canyon, head in the direction of Hot Springs Island. Look for a small pool patrolled by a reed. Ground Pound where it was stood to reveal a Moon.

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18. The Back Canyon: Excavate!

From Rolling Canyon, run around the cliff to the left-hand side, following the edge until you find a beach with a spinning spike arm. Climb the platforms to the right and Ground Pound the glowing spot near the next spinning spike arm to reveal a Moon.

19. Bubblaine Northern Reaches

From Ocean Trench East, grab a Cheep Cheep and up onto the higher bank to your left. Look for three small rounds surrounding a larger one. Ground Pound the nearest, then the furthest, then the one to the right. Now Ground Pound the middle to reveal the Moon. Always jump right back into your Cheep Cheep and use its spin move to take out the reeds that swamp you.

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20. Wriggling on the Sandy Bottom

From the Lighthouse, jump down northwards and look for the opening patrolled by two Cheep Cheeps. Enter the hat door and hit the wriggling lump on the floor with Cappy then do a Ground Pound to reveal your Moon.

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21. Glass Palace Treasure Chest

From Glass Palace, jump into the water in a northwest direction, posses one of the patrolling Cheep Cheeps and swim into the reed filled chamber. To your left is an alcove with a chest and a Moon.

22. Treasure Trap Hidden in the Inlet

From the Beach House, head past the white deck chair and look for the small tunnel (or inlet) in the shallow water. Swim in and up to find four chests. Hit them in this order - back, left, right, front - to reveal the Moon.

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23. Sea Gardening: Inlet Seed

There are four pots on the roof of the beach house. The first seed is at the mouth of the inlet, just past white deck chair. Plant it to in one of the pots and wait for it to grow. This Moon is best done in conjunction with Moons #24, #25 and #26 to burn time on each. Use a Gushen to speed up its growth.

24. Sea Gardening: Canyon Seed

From Rolling Canyon, travel to the rear of this area but heading around the left of the cliff and climbing the platforms filled with spinning spike arms and Goombas. At the top is a seed. Return to the beach house to plant it. This Moon is best done in conjunction with Moons #23, #25 and #26 to burn time on each. Use a Gushen to speed up its growth.

25. Sea Gardening: Hot Spring Seed

From Hot Spring Island, look for the seed in the lower platform with a Gushen patrolling near it. Return to the beach house to plant this seed in one of the pots on top. This Moon is best done in conjunction with Moons #23, #24 and #26 to burn time on each. Use a Gushen to speed up its growth.

26. Sea Gardening: Ocean Trench Seed

From Ocean Trench East, possess the Cheep Cheep nearby and swim down in the sunken recess. Collect the seed on the blue platform (as Mario) and swim back up and towards the beach house, where a fourth pot awaits. This Moon is best done in conjunction with Moons #23, #24 and #25 to burn time on each. Use a Gushen to speed up its growth.

27. Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 1

From Hot Spring Island, head south and look for an opening in the seafloor with a red button at the bottom. This button reveals some platforms in the 2D section. Use them to reach the Moon in the corner.

28. Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 1

From Glass Palace, go north, swim down and hit the Scarecrow. To get across use your fast swim to reach the Moon before it disappears.

29. Found on the Beach! Good Dog!

From the Odyssey, approach the dog to let it lead you to some hidden coins. Now run past the Odyssey to the line of jagged black rocks. The dog will follow, then lead you to a Moon.

30. Moon Shards in the Sea

From Rolling Canyon, head east and hit the scarecrow in the water. Swim down into the tunnel that's revealed. This canyon is filled with hidden monsters that leap out of the sand to attack. Watch out for rumbles in the sand. Grab all five Shards to release the Moon.

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31. Taking Notes: Ocean Surface Dash

From the Beach House, line yourself up behind the speed flower and the clef. Throw Cappy, collect the line of notes and grab the Moon on the nearby platform.

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32. Love by the Seaside

From Rolling Canyon, possess the five Goombas and carefully ascend halfway up the canyon with the rolling spike balls. Charm the lady Goomba to win a Moon.

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33. Lighthouse Leaper

From Lighthouse, use the Glydon to glide down to the snail waiting outside the giant golden goblet. He'll reward you with a Moon.

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34. Good Job, Captain Toad!

From Rolling Canyon, possess a Gushen and spray to the raised pool above the checkpoint. Spray up, then shoot up the canyon to the first pool. Repeat to reach the second one. No spray up as high as you can and head up the remaining part of the canyon. When you reach the end, use the ledge to go higher and head left. There's a ledge with Captain Toad, and a Moon, on it.

35. Ocean Quiz: Good!

From Ocean Trench East, head to the sunken area and speak to Sphynx. Answer his questions as follows: Four, Attack, Resort Outfit, To ask questions.

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36. Shopping in Bubblaine

Look for the giant yellow monster with the hats on. Speak to the snail on its back to enter the shop, then pay 100 gold coins for the Moon.

37. Beach Volleyball: Champ

From Beach House, head onto the volleyball court to start a match. Return the Cheep ball 15 times to win a Moon. Use Cappy for the distant shots.

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38. Beach Volleyball: Hero of the Beach

Reach 100 returns to earn this Moon. Things get very fast in this version, so remember you have a slight delay when the ball hits the sand to hit it before it counts as a miss. Keep your aim in point.

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39. Looking Back in the Dark Waterway

From Ocean Trench West, jump into the big opening near the checkpoint and enter the waterway leading to the Lighthouse. Possess a Cheep Cheep, swim past the three patrolling Cheep Cheeps and look left to find a Moon in an alcove.

40. The Sphynx's Underwater Vault

Speak to the Sphynx, located near the Ocean Trench East checkpoint to answer his riddle and reveal a secret vault with a Moon inside a chest.

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41. A Rumble in the Seaside Floor

From the Odyssey, head into the Warp Pipe behind the Odyssey and use the rumble in your Joy-Cons to find the Moon hiding in the floor.

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42. A Relaxing Dance

From Ocean Trench East, buy the Resort Hat and Resort Outfit from the back of the purple Dorrie, then head to the Beach House to unlock the door and enter to perform a Moon summoning dance.

43. Wading in the Cloud Sea

From Beach House, use a Gushen to reach the Mini Rocket on a high cliff. In the next world, use Cappy and shockwave launchers to clear the cloud to to show you where to go next. Follow the general flow of the course, watching out for pitfalls hidden by the cloud. A Moon awaits at the end.

44. Sunken Treasure in the Cloud Sea

Halfway through the area where you collected Moon #43, look for a long block to your right leading to a square ring of green block. Inside, use Cappy to reveal the chest and the Moon within.

45. Fly Through the Narrow Valley

From the Beach House, use a Gushen to reach the cave entrance show in the second screenshot. Enter the hat door then possess the first Gushen. Spray up, past the Gushen and stop at the next pool. Then move on until you're at a pool overlooking a purple gloop section. Drop down low enough to make it through the gap then drop down into the pool below to grab a Moon.

46. Treasure Chest in the Narrow Valley

In the same area as Moon #46, drop down from the final pool before the purple gloop section. Drop down low enough to effectively skirt the ceiling of this section. Make a slight adjustment to avoid the final ledge then power across to reach the chest at the far end. A Moon within awaits.

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Super Mario Odyssey walkthrough

Need more help? Our Super Mario Odyssey guide and walkthrough goes through every objective in each Kingdom, while our Power Moon locations can help you track down the likes of Cascade Kingdom Power Moons, Sand Kingdom Power Moons, Metro Kingdom and New Donk City Power Moons and more collectables. We also have Purple Coin locations for each Kingdom, and if you want to know what to spend it on, we have a hats list, outfits list, stickers list, a souvenirs list as well as a music list to kit out the appearance of both Mario and the Odyssey. Once you've finished the game, check out the free Balloon World update, too.

47. Hurry and Stretch

From Hot Spring Island, drop down into the water and find the hat door. Inside, use the Uproot to navigate the ledges with the spinning spike arms. The lava level is rising too, but you should have enough to plan out each stretch and jump. When you reach the end, a Moon is yours.

48. Stretch on the Side Path

Towards the end of the area where you collected Moon #47, look for a section where you have to navigate two thin platforms. Jump onto the right-hand one and stretch up to grab the Moon.

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49. Secret Path to Bubblaine!

The location of this portrait depends on the order that you chose to visit the Seaside and Snow Kingdoms during the story. If you visited the Seaside Kingdom second, the portrait will be in Bowser's Kingdom. Warp to the Main Gate Entrance, and you'll find it around the corner. Warp through to collect your Moon.

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50. Found with Seaside Kingdom Art

Look for the 'Keep' sign on a ledge near the Odyssey. Travel to the Metro Kingdom and Ground Pound above the first 'E' of the word printed on the road near the Main Street Entrance. A Moon will pop out.

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51. Seaside Kingdom Regular Cup

To win this race, possess a Cheep Cheep in the first tunnel. Swim up to a Gushen. Race towards the Rolling Canyon. Use speed flowers to dodge the boulders and grab that first place Moon.

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52. Peach in the Seaside Kingdom

You can find Peach after you've finished the main story. She'll be at the very top of the giant goblet. Use one of the four water springs to reach the top and grab the Moon she gives you.

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Other Seaside Kingdom Power Moons you can unlock

As well as the above Moons that appear when you clear a Kingdom for the first time, there is yet another set that you can collect later in the game. Be warned the following contains some light spoilers.

When exploring each Kingdom previously, you may have noticed a giant, grey block that seemingly has no purpose. It's this object you must find once you have completed the game that'll give you even more things to do.

The above video by Nintendo Life explains this in more detail, but in short - complete the game, find the block in any given Kingdom, and more Moons will be available for you to find.

We won't detail these extra Moons here, but the number of these extra challenges available in each Kingdom varies - just like the amount of Moons you could find to begin with. Good luck!

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Super Mario Odyssey guide: Seaside Kingdom all power moon locations

There are two kinds of collectibles in nearly every Super Mario Odyssey kingdom: power moons and coins. In this guide, we’ll show you where to find the Seaside Kingdom’s power moons. (Check out our guide to Seaside Kingdom’s purple coins to find those, too.)

You’ll need 10 power moons to move on from the Seaside Kingdom. Moons 1-5, 11, 16, 17 and 32 are easy to pick up while you fight off this kingdom’s boss.

  1. The Stone Pillar Seal
  2. The Lighthouse Seal
  3. The Hot Spring Seal
  4. The Seal Above the Canyon
  5. The Glass Is Half Full!
  6. On the Cliff Overlooking the Beach
  7. Ride the Jetstream
  8. Ocean-Bottom Maze: Treasure
  9. Ocean-Bottom Maze: Hidden Room
  10. Underwater Highway Tunnel
  11. Shh! It’s a Shortcut!
  12. Gap in the Ocean Trench
  13. Slip Through the Nesting Spot
  14. Merci, Dorrie!
  15. Bonjour, Dorrie!
  16. Under a Dangerous Ceiling
  17. What the Waves Left Behind
  18. The Back Canyon: Excavate!
  19. Bubblaine Northern Reaches
  20. Wriggling on the Sandy Bottom
  21. Glass Palace Treasure Chest
  22. Treasure Trap Hidden in the Inlet
  23. Sea Gardening: Inlet Seed
  24. Sea Gardening Canyon Seed
  25. Sea Gardening: Hot-Spring Seed
  26. Sea Gardening: Ocean Trench Seed
  27. Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 1
  28. Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 2
  29. Found on the Beach! Good Dog!
  30. Moon Shards in the Sea
  31. Taking Notes: Ocean Surface Dash
  32. Love by the Seaside
  33. Lighthouse Leaper
  34. Good Job, Captain Toad!
  35. Ocean Quiz: Good!
  36. Shopping in Bubblaine
  37. Beach Volleyball: Champ
  38. Beach Volleyball: Hero of the Beach!
  39. Looking Back in the Dark Waterway
  40. The Sphynx’s Underwater Vault
  41. A Rumble on the Seaside Floor
  42. A Relaxing Dance
  43. Wading in the Cloud Sea
  44. Sunken Treasure in the Cloud Sea
  45. Fly Through the Narrow Valley
  46. Treasure Chest in the Narrow Valley
  47. Hurry and Stretch
  48. Stretch on the Side Path
  49. Secret Path to Bubblaine
  50. Found with Seaside Kingdom Art
  51. Seaside Kingdom Regular Cup
  52. Peach in the Seaside Kingdom
  53. Above the Parasol: Catch!
  54. What Shines Inside the Glass
  55. A Fine Detail on the Glass
  56. Underwater Highway West: Explore!
  57. Underwater Highway East: Explore!
  58. Rapid Ascent on Hot Spring Island
  59. A Light Next to the Lighthouse
  60. The Tall Rock Shell in the Deep Ocean
  61. At the Base of the Lighthouse
  62. Bird Traveling Over the Ocean
  63. Caught Hopping at Glass Palace!
  64. Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 3
  65. Taking Notes: Ocean-Bottom Maze
  66. Taking Notes in the Sea
  67. Seaside Kingdom Master Cup
  68. Aim! Poke!
  69. Poke! Roll!
  70. The Spinning Maze: Search!
  71. The Spinning Maze: Open!

When you first arrive in the Seaside Kingdom, you’ll see a list of 52 power moons in your menu. Weirdly, you can’t collect them all yet. Also, there are more than 52 moons here. Here’s how it works:

  • You can collect moons 1-48 and 50 on your first visit.
  • Moons 49, 51 and 52 will become available a little later in the game.
  • Moons 52-71 will pop out of the moon rock when you destroy it (after you beat Bowser).
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Our power moons guide puts the collectibles in the same order as Super Mario Odyssey.

1. The Stone Pillar Seal

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You’ll get each of the first four moons in this kingdom while unblocking one of the springs. The first is straight north of the Odyssey’s landing site. Follow Bowser’s footprints toward the tall stone pillar. Capture a Gushen nearby and use it to climb the ledges up to the top. Grab the moon, then ground pound the button to launch the first cork.

2. The Lighthouse Seal

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This moon is, unsurprisingly, on the lighthouse, a little northwest of moon 1. You have to go the long way around to get there, though. Pass the lighthouse on the right side and follow the sandy island to a well — just watch out for the Moonsnakes. Dive down into the well and capture a Cheep Cheep.

The tunnel is long and full of Maw-Rays. Watch for the holes in the walls, floor and ceiling of the tunnel — that’s where the Maw-Rays will attack from. Continue along the tunnel until you get to the end. Use the pipe to get to the top of the lighthouse, grab your moon and launch another cork.

3. The Hot Spring Seal

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The next moon is on the (very) hot spring island in the northeast. Use a Gushen to clear the lava away from the island — start with one of the pools so you have a fresh supply of water. Once you clear enough lava, you’ll see your next moon in the water.

4. The Seal Above the Canyon

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Head to the east of the Odyssey along the beach. You’ll come to the Rolling Canyon flag. If you look to the south, you’ll see a canyon with a ton of spiny shells rolling down it. (Since you’re heading this way, it makes sense to grab moon 32 along the way.) Just to get moon 4, though, all you have to do is avoid the spiny shells and run all the way to the top of the canyon. Smash your way through the crate wall, and you’ll find a flag, a moon and another cork-launching button.

5. The Glass Is Half Full!

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To get this moon, you’ll have to defeat the lava-headed Brigadier Mollosque-Lanceur III, Dauphin Of Bubblaine (hereafter referred to as “the octopus” because we’re not writing that every time). This isn’t an easy fight. Use a Gushen to clean the lava off his head while you chase him all over the seaside. After you clean off the lava, you’ll have to corner him and ground pound his head a few times. All while avoiding the shells he spits at you.

6. On the Cliff Overlooking the Beach

Near the Odyssey, turn around and look at the cliffs behind you (to the south). You’ll see this moon on a high cliff. Grab one of the Gushens close to shore and use it to start climbing up the ledges. There’s a pool to the right (with three purple shell coins) where you can recharge your Gushen. Once you refuel, fly back to the left and up to find your moon.

7. Ride the Jetstream

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There’s a square cave in the cliff just a little to the west of the Odyssey. Grab a Gushen and head there. Inside, you’ll have to maneuver around a little to grab your moon. There’s a pool of water on the right if you need to recharge your Gushen.

8. Ocean-Bottom Maze: Treasure

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Just to the northwest of the Glass Palace flag (about halfway between the Glass Palace and the Lighthouse), there are four 8-bit pipes on the ocean floor. They all take you to different corners of the same maze. Drop into the southwestern one, then head to the left wall. There are three invisible boxes here that you need to hit — this completes a path you’ll take to the moon in a minute. Swim up to the northeastern pipe and drop back into the maze. Head to the left and generally down until you land on those three invisible blocks. Head to the right to grab the moon.

9. Ocean-Bottom Maze: Hidden Room

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In the same area as moon 8 above, drop into the 8-bit maze through the southeastern pipe. Climb the stairs to the left and stomp on the red Koopa at the top. Kick its shell off to the left where it will bounce around some, then break a block below you. Drop down, then sprint to the right. Duck at the last minute to slide through the gap you just opened. Your moon is waiting for you inside. Repeat the sprint-duck-slide to the left to get back out and exit through the southwest corner pipe.

10. Underwater Highway Tunnel

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Head to the far northwest corner of the map, then drop to the ocean floor and look south. There are three Cheep Cheeps patrolling a square tunnel. Grab a Cheep Cheep then swim a little way into the tunnel. There is a square of bricks below you. Spin attack to smash them, then swim straight down to find the moon.

11. Shh! It’s a Shortcut!

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In the northeast of the map, head to the Ocean Trench East flag. Just to the south, there’s a tunnel in the ocean floor. Grab a Cheep Cheep and swim inside. About halfway through, there’s a moon waiting for you.

12. Gap in the Ocean Trench

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In the Ocean Trench about halfway between the East and West Ocean Trench flags, you’ll find a Sphynx. Above its head in the wall behind it, you’ll find a small tunnel. Head inside and turn to the right. Drop down at the next intersection for your moon.

13. Slip Through the Nesting Spot

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In the very northeast of the map, look for some bubbles rising out of the seafloor in front of a cave. This cave has a Maw-Ray inside, so be careful approaching. Follow the Maw-Ray inside and turn to the right almost immediately to find a tunnel hiding your moon. Just be careful because it’s very easy to swim right past this tunnel.

14. Merci, Dorrie!

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Find the purple Dorrie — it’ll be on your map because the purple store is on his back. He’s got a moon under his belly.

15. Bonjour, Dorrie!

This moon is floating high above the yellow Dorrie — which will also be on your map as the yellow store. Grab a Gushen to launch yourself high enough to reach it.

16. Under a Dangerous Ceiling

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This moon is under the western end of the sandy island just to the west of the Hot Spring Island. There’s a shelf with a bunch of upside-down Komboos hanging from the ceiling. Handle them, then either ground pound or spin attack the glowing area on the ground to reveal your moon.

17. What the Waves Left Behind

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There are a few rocky tide pool islands on the east side of the map, just north of the Odyssey. Look for the one with a Komboo stalking around inside the donut-shaped island. Take out the Komboo, then ground pound the pool to find your moon.

18. The Back Canyon: Excavate!

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Way down in the southeastern corner of the map — you’ll have to do a lot of swimming to get there — you’ll find a little cove with a Moonsnake rolling around in it. Avoid the Moonsnake and start climbing up the ledges. You’ll find a glowing patch of ground near another Moonsnake higher up. Ground pound it while dodging the Moonsnake to retrieve your moon.

19. Bubblaine Northern Reaches

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In the far north of the sea, right in the middle — it’s about halfway between the East and West Ocean Trench flags, right along the crease in your map — you’ll find four mounds on the ocean floor just north of the Ocean Trench. Spin attack the one that is glowing. That will summon a handful of Komboos. Spin attack those as well, then repeat the process two more times on the other mounds. When you’re done with the three around the outside, the central mound will glow. Spin attack that mound to find your moon.

20. Wriggling on the Sandy Bottom

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Head to the Lighthouse flag. Grab any nearby Cheep Cheep, then swim to the north end of the Lighthouse island. Look along the seafloor to find a red door. Inside, you’ll see a glowing mound rushing all around the room. Hit it with Cappy to stun it, then ground pound it to reveal the moon.

21. Glass Palace Treasure Chest

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This moon is, as the name suggests, at the Glass Palace. Grab a Cheep Cheep and head to the east end of the island where you’ll find a tunnel that runs underneath the palace. It’s full of Komboos, so spin attack your way inside. Watch the left side for another tunnel. Hit the chest you find there to get your moon.

22. Treasure Trap Hidden in the Inlet

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Head straight west from the Odyssey along the beach. Watch for a place where the sea comes right up to the rock wall on your left. Dive down, then walk under the rock wall. Inside are four chests that have to be opened in a certain order (you’ll see the order if you do it wrong) or you’ll release a few Chinchos. Hit the chests in the right order (look in the gallery above for the answer) and you’ll get your moon.

23. Sea Gardening: Inlet Seed

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Moons 23-26 involve finding seeds scattered around the Seaside Kingdom and returning them to the rooftop garden at the Beach House — the Beach House is on the beach to the west of both the Odyssey and moon 22.

The Inlet Seed is in the inlet where you found moon 22. Turn north, away from the rock wall, and fight your way through the Komboos until you find it. Run it back to the rooftop garden and plant it. Water it by spraying it with a Gushen until it blossoms and releases its moon.

24. Sea Gardening Canyon Seed

Moons 23-26 involve finding seeds scattered around the Seaside Kingdom and returning them to the rooftop garden at the Beach House — the Beach House is on the beach to the west of both the Odyssey and moon 22.

You’ll find this seed high above the southeastern corner of the beach, above where you picked up moon 18. You can travel the same way you went to get moon 18 (and then just go a bit further), or you can use a Gushen to fly straight up to it. Run it back along the beach to the rooftop garden and plant it. Water it by spraying it with a Gushen until it blossoms and releases its moon.

25. Sea Gardening: Hot-Spring Seed

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Moons 23-26 involve finding seeds scattered around the Seaside Kingdom and returning them to the rooftop garden at the Beach House — the Beach House is on the beach to the west of both the Odyssey and moon 22.

This seed is on a little spit of land sticking off the northeast side of the Hot Spring Island. There’s not really a shortcut here, so you’re just going to have to carry it all the way to the opposite corner of the kingdom. Swim it southwest, avoiding as many enemies as you can along the way. Return to the rooftop garden and plant it. Water it by spraying it with a Gushen until it blossoms and releases its moon.

26. Sea Gardening: Ocean Trench Seed

Moons 23-26 involve finding seeds scattered around the Seaside Kingdom and returning them to the rooftop garden at the Beach House — the Beach House is on the beach to the west of both the Odyssey and moon 22.

The final seed is on a pedestal just to the right of the Sphynx in the Ocean Trench. You’ll have to swim this one all the way back, too. Plant it with the other three in the rooftop garden. Water it by spraying it with a Gushen until it blossoms and releases its moon.

27. Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 1

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Just south of Hot Spring Island — about halfway to the next island to the south — look for a big crack in the ground. It’s right on the other side of an underwater cliff, so it might take a little looking to spot it, but the giant red button inside helps. Smack the button, then head into the 8-bit wall to retrieve your moon.

28. Seaside Kingdom Timer Challenge 2

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A little to the northeast of the Glass Palace island, you’ll find a scarecrow to start this trial. All you need to do is swim straight west to retrieve the moon, but you’re going to really short on time. The quickest way through is to use the ZL + Y quick swim move.

29. Found on the Beach! Good Dog!

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Look for the dog on the beach near the Odyssey, and make friends by playing fetch with Cappy. Head west along the beach toward the inlet from moon 22. There are three moons at the edge of the inlet. When you get there with your new good boy friend, he’ll dig around and reveal a moon for you to pick up.

30. Moon Shards in the Sea

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