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Spinnaker Sail Shower Curtain

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Nautical-themed shower curtain made from recycled sailcloth. $100.00

In the world of sailing, lightweight spinnakers are flown off the bow of the boat for sailing "off the wind." As it turns out, they also make for functional, good-looking shower curtains. Made from discarded sailcloth, this Spinnaker Sail Shower Curtain brings a nautical vibe to your bathroom. Perfect for a lake cabin or beach home. Made in the USA. Available in blue or red....read more

Tennis, "Take Me Somewhere"

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Denver pop twosome takes to the sea.

Colorado-bred duo Tennis make breezy, simple pop jams that are perfectly suited to easy summer days spent doing stuff outside. Like, for example, playing tennis, or sailing. So the video for "Take Me Somewhere," shot on Chesapeake Bay aboard what looks to be a very nice sailboat, is an ideal fit. Directed by Ian Perlman, the footage was shot on a vintage 16mm Bolex camera, giving it a nostalgic......read more

Beirut, "The Rip Tide"

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Indie folk band sets sail against a gorgeous backdrop of colors

In the first two and half minutes of the new video for "The Rip Tide," the title track from Beirut's 2011 LP, director Houmam Abdallah presents us with the scene of a sailboat cutting through an endless sea. It's serene and meditative, a nice visual accompaniment to a great song, and it didn't prepare us in the least for what happens next. We won't spoil the ending for you, but hang in there......read more

Around the World in an Eco-Powered Yacht

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In prestigious Vendee Globe sailing race, Javier Sanso's boat relies on the power of wind, water and sun

From Mother Nature Network's Jim Motavalli: I’m not a Kennedy—I don’t sail. I get seasick in anything more challenging than a kiddie pool. And yet I’m fascinating by the Vendée Globe, a round-the-world solo yachting race now underway, with the competitors currently battling it out at the halfway point in the Southern Ocean, on the way to a big finish in......read more

Elsewhere Bracelet by Sailormade

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American-made rope bracelets on the nautical tip $90.00

New York label Sailormade's newest collection of USA-made accessories continues with the brand's nautical/heritage vibe. The signature theme is nicely embodied in the Elsewhere bracelets for women, featuring nylon marine rope contrasted with a silver brummel clasp. Choose from a series of single, double, or triple wrapped bracelets, each with their own variety of summery colors. Note that you......read more

Indigo Tote by J.Crew and Sea Bags

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Handmade carry-all crafted in Maine from recycled sailcloth $225.00

Here is a nice collaborative design piece from J.Crew and Sea Bags. Crafted by hand in Portland, Maine, this carry-all is made from durable recycled sailcloth in white with indigo markings. Because each bag is made entirely by hand, no two will ever be exactly alike. Rust marks and salt stains show off the authentic signs of hard sailing, and each tote sports hand-spliced rope handles, a rare......read more

Vermont Sail Freight Project

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Anchors away! This boat is sailing the Hudson with fifteen tons of groceries

The Vermont Sail Freight Project is up and running, delivering fresh farm-to-table goods over 300 miles down the Champlain-Hudson waterway to Manhattan, the Hudson Valley, and points between. In April the project reached its $15,000 Kickstarter goal and founding farmer Erik Andrus set to work building a 39-foot sail barge named Ceres (after the Roman goddess of agriculture). Farm advocacy group......read more

Toh Kay, "I've Set Sail"

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Rime of the paper mariner.

Another day, another sweet Eric Power animation. This time we have the official video for Toh Kay's interpretation of the Dan Potthast song, "I've Set Sail." The tune comes from their split album, You By Me: Volume 1, featuring the two singer/songwriters covering five of each other's songs. The album is the first in a series that allows for two artists to reinterpret each others......read more

Sakku.Traveler

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Recycled sail bag uses solar power to charge your gadgets. $424.00

From Swiss design company Sakku comes this wonderfully practical shoulder bag, featuring a solar panel that powers up your gadgets* while while you're cruising around in the sun. The advanced green design doesn't stop there though. The sakku.traveler is also crafted from recycled sailcloth, giving it a stylish nautical feel that's great all year round. Well-built and durable, each......read more

Plastiki Completes Pacific Crossing

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60-foot sailboat built from plastic bottles docks in Sydney.

They made it! The Plastiki, a catamaran constructed from 12,500 recycled plastic bottles, slid past Sydney Opera House on Monday, four months after leaving San Francisco on a voyage across the Pacific. The awareness-raising mission was led by SHFT compadre and eco-adventurer David de Rothschild. Powered by solar panels and windmills, the Plastiki is held together by an organic glue made of sugar......read more

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