The Save The Ocean turtle is easily one of my faves if for nothing more than its aesthetics.
While I do like the first iteration of the Save The Ocean pieces (both the turtle and the samurai) with their blue to black gradient dials the wave pattern on this Great White Shark edition catches natural sunlight in a way its older cousins simply can't. And the silhouette of a shark's dorsal fin adjacent the 8 o'clock marker makes for a great conversation starter when people notice it.
As to the durability of the bezel? I couldn't say, honestly. I am pretty conscious of how my watches get treated during various activities as to not damage them. I'm a rollback tow truck operator for a rather large tow & recovery company (an industry notoriously hard on watches) which is why I have pieces specifically designated to be beaters that it won't hurt my feelings overmuch if they get beat up so long as they continue to keep time properly.
The Invicta Pro Diver was my beater because I caught it very cheap (<$50) but its 40mm case is a touch too small for my preferences which is why I ordered an SKX007j for a keeper and the SKX007k is to become my beater once its Japanese sibling arrives.
That said, for the activities you have listed (hunting, fishing, boating) I don't see any of those being an issue for it.