Welcome to St. Lucia’s west coast, an area of outstanding beauty and biodiversity, and the location of the Soufriere Marine Management Area (SMMA) and the Canaries & Anse La Raye Marine Management Area (CAMMA). In this region you will find superb scenery, healthy and diverse coral reefs, valuable fish stocks and attractive beaches extending all the way from Marigot Bay to Anse La Ivrogne. The Soufriere Marine Management Association Inc. is a self-sustained not-for-profit NGO authorized by the Government of St. Lucia to manage both SMMA and CAMMA. Each area is divided into one of five zones: Marine Reserves, Fishing Priority Areas, Multiple Use Areas, Yacht Mooring Areas and Recreational Areas. The Association is mandated to conserve the natural marine environment and ensure sustainable use and development of the Areas particularly within the fishing and tourism sectors. Your support, contributions and ideas help us achieve this mandate.

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SMMA President

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Mr. Marius Felix has been appointed by the Cabinet of Ministers, by letter dated 11th November 2016 to serve as President of  the Soufriere Marine Management Association Inc.

German Regatta Moored at Malgretoute

1st Annual Fun Regatta ” Karibik Trophy”

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The Saint Lucia Tourist Board in collaboration with the Soufriere Marine Management Association Inc welcomed Sailors participating in 1st Annual Fun Regatta ” Karibik Trophy” The German Regatta comprised of…

Cooking Gas From Animal Waste

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The Soufriere Marine Management Association has collaborated with a local pig farmer at Ravine Claire to construct a model biogas digester. Construction of the holding tank has been completed. The…

Soufriere Fishermen Learn Longline Fishing Techniques

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The Soufriere Fishermen’s Cooperative (SFC) and the Soufriere Marine Management Association collaborated on a project to send three (3) fishermen and one (1) Fisheries Extension Officer to Grenada on a…