SFMI Logos and Downloads

Marina Dock Signs

SFMI is pleased to have partnered up with The Pegasus Foundation and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation in order to supply dock signs to every registered marina free of charge. For every newly registered marina in the USA, Caribbean and Australia we will deliver two (2) 12"x18" marine grade aluminium signs with holes pre-drilled and ready to hang. The coated signs will last for decades while alerting fishermen that they must practice catch and release when fishing for sharks.
Register your marina here.

Official SFMI Logos

Please use the following logos in any digital media you control such as websites and blogs. Such use must conform to our 'Terms of Use' which require that you inform us where is has been used (a simple email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. will suffice).

SFMI Badge
SFMI Official Logo
Shark Friendly Marina/Business Sign
Shark Free Business Sign
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Invitation to Register

SFMI Invitation to Register
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printable PDF (300k)

You probably already know of a marina in your local area you'd like to see registered as a Shark Friendly/Free Marina. While we endeavor to contact all marinas there is a lot you can do to help us by downloading and printing the Invitation to Register, post it or take it to the Harbor Master yourself and encourage them to register.

If you mail our invitation ensure that you include a personal cover letter telling the marina why your business matters. When contacting a marina remember that they are a business and SFMI respects their right to make a profit and keep their boat owners and visitors happy. It's ok to be passionate about saving sharks but SFMI will not condone slander or defamation of any kind in the name of the Shark Friendly Marinas Initiative.


Find a Marina

Not sure where the marinas are in your area? Click the picture and enter your zip code into the following website to get a comprehensive list.

About the site: Discover Boating is a public awareness effort managed by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) on behalf of the North American recreational boating industry. Discover Boating programs focus on increasing participation and creating interest in recreational boating by demonstrating the benefits, affordability and accessibility of the boating lifestyle while helping to educate potential boaters and offering opportunities to experience the fun and togetherness of being on the water on a boat.


Shark Friendly Marinas Official Company Blurb

When writing about or describing the 'Shark Friendly Marinas Initiative' please use the following promotional blurb:

"The Shark Friendly Marinas Initiative has a singular purpose, to reduce worldwide shark mortality. We encourage shark conservation at sport fishing and resort marinas by prohibiting the landing of any shark at the participating marina. The SFMI works with marinas, fishermen and like minded non-profit groups to form community conscious policy and increase awareness of the need to protect our sharks, our ocean and our legacy."

Message to be Posted for Fisherman and Clients

Each marina and resort that supports this initiative will receive a metal sign and logo we have created to post at their marina office with the following information for their marina websites:

(Name of resort and marina) supports the Shark Friendly Marinas Initiative in the (name of region) region. The (name of region) is home to many shark species and the healthy (reef or marine) systems that support these sharks. We feel the one-time harvesting of sharks for photo images or souvenir jaws is not in the best interests of the (name of region) people or (name of region) tourism.

Worldwide, sharks are being killed for fins, jaws and meat at a completely unsustainable rate. An estimated 60-100 million sharks per year are taken in this manner. By asking vessels not to arrive at our facilities with sharks, we hope to encourage responsible sport fishing, thereby ensuring a lasting and healthy population of sharks in our ocean for future generations and contributing to the overall health of the (local body of water).

Please practice catch and release with all sharks and enjoy our facilities.

Welcome to (name of the region).