Andromeda was rescued from Perseus.
The Ethiopian Princess Andromeda.
Some say he saved Princess Andromeda from the Kraken
The term 'Cetus' refers to a mythological sea monster in ancient Greek. Greek heroes such as Perseus and Heracles were said to have slain a 'cetus' sea monster.
Cetus received its named from a sea monster in Greek mythology.
Cetus or Ceti signified as a large sea monster, fish, or whale in Greek mythology. Cetus was the offspring of the primordial sea deities Phorcys and Ceto.
On his way back to Greece, after slaying and beheading Medusa, he saved the Princess Andromeda, who had been chained to rocks as a sacrifice to a sea monster, by killing the beast. He then returned to Greece with Andromeda as his bride.
In Greek mythology Poseidon was the god of the sea.
Charybdis was a sea monster in Greek mythology that was in the form of a whirlpool. She was paired with Scylla, another sea-monster that sailors didn't want to encounter. "Between Scylla and Charybdis" means having to choose between two dangers, either of which brings harm.
the greek god Posiedon is the god of the sea
In Greek mythology, Poseidon was the god of the sea and, as "Earth-Shaker," of earthquakes. Neptune in Roman mythology.
You are mistaking mythology with movies. The kraken is a Norse/German sea monster, not Greek. They never knew of it. The answer, all the same, is Perseus.