The town's name is derived from shԍagéi, a Tlingit idiom which figuratively refers to rough seas in the Taiya Inlet, which are caused by strong north winds. Literally, shԍagéi means beautiful woman. The word is also a gerund (verbal noun), derived from the Tlingit verb theme -sha-ka-l-ԍéi, which means, in the case of a woman, to be beautiful.
The reason for its figurative meaning is that Shԍagéi is the nickname of Kanagoo, a mythical woman who transformed herself into stone at the bay there and who (according to legend) now causes the strong, channeled winds which blow. The rough seas caused by these winds have therefore been referred to by the use of Kanagoo's nickname, which is Shԍagéi or the Anglicized name it is now.
The Kanagoo stone formation is Face Mountain, which is seen from the bay. The Tlingit name for Face Mountain is Kanagoo Yahaa.
Not saying wrong or right but the request was of both place and body of water being necessary to hold the conch!
The above hint otta make that easier!
My vantage point for taking the picture was not necessary for the ID but many bonus points assigned if it can be guessed!