Sea Symbols

Quantity of characters: 11

This page collects marine characters from Unicode. The symbols are associated with the sea.

This section is full of marine characters. Every character is a combination of numbers, letters and other signs which are displayed by any OS as a coded image. Each element is related to the sea. The category includes:

  • the symbol for Neptune, the god of freshwater and the sea;
  • Aquarius, the eleventh astrological sign in the Zodiac;
  • sea waves;
  • plain sun symbol with beams;
  • anchor;
  • steering wheel;
  • colored and white flag.

The symbols are perfectly suited for creation bright, emotional and vivid posts in social networks. There are some possible topics like travelling or a sea voyage, or a water transport. How to use icons? All you need is to copy a character on our website and paste it in your message.

Users are succeed using such symbols as icons in web developing. It is a good way to emphasize some important information or to format a list without heavy media content. Such approach can be an advantage when you’re lack of disk space.

The sea symbol set is a simple and fast way to personalize your nickname, to bright up your message in a forum or to liven up your post in a social network.

The symbol for Neptune, the eighth and farthest known planet from the Sun in the Solar System. Neptun also moonlights as the god of freshwater and the sea. He never parts with his trident which is a symbol of water power and sea richness. If there’s no water in your tap, perhaps it is Aquarius’s fault. A mathematical operator named “Almost Equal To” and a tilde can signify sea waves. The sign “White Sun with Rays” looks like a steering wheel. And the helm symbol looks even more like a steering wheel. A device used to connect a vessel to the bed of a body of water to prevent the craft from drifting due to wind or current is an anchor. Its symbol is also included in Unicode. Here it is .

Other sets also contains marine symbols. There’re a lot of fish in Animals & Nature set. You hardly find any fish among small letters, but there is “s” for “sea” and “m” for “marine”.