We have been operating for over a decade but we have a very plain generic logo which I suspect was taken off the internet. It was set up when we first started as we started as a yacht charter business with fishing included. So the present logo is of a boat. But we want a logo showing the fishing side of the business. I have attached our logo, I have also attached some of our competitors logos. For the Logo we can use Marassi or Marassi Fishing in the logo.
Our main target are yellowfin tuna and Giant Trevally (GTs), we would like to incorporate something in the logo to show we are a fishing company running quite extreme trips and using high powered boats.
One part type of logo we have discussed is we like the south pacific island style tattoos and logos and we were thinking a mix between the South Pacific style tattoo and middle eastern henna type paintings could be a very interesting angle. This is just one possible suggestion for something a little different.
Another possible idea is using an outline style logo of the fish we target Tuna, Giant Trevally, Marlin, Sailfish and Mahi. I've loaded an attachement with some fish outlines.
Another possible idea is using a popper lure that we fish for Tuna with and combine a tuna and a popper lure. So the head and body of the popper lure and then the fins, tails and colour of a tuna? I have attached an idea a friend sketched for me today and also some pictures of poppers.
Adding to the brief we have added in a Slogan, so the main logo will have Marassi but then slogan Sports Fishing and Sea Tours. Sorry we are evolving as the designs evolve and getting a better idea of what we require.
We also do like the attached logo with the tuna and the name in blue. So we looking at two extremes the South Pacific Style and then a plain version.
For a visual on our fishing you can see our social media when we have just started a new one with Marassi Fishing.
Then our partner company is called Ocean Active who runs trips in Dubai, Oman, and International Destinations and has a lot more images: