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Yankee Magazine


Sea Bags in Portland, Maine | Every Bag Has a Story

"On Portland’s working waterfront, Sea Bags makes waves with totes crafted from recycled sails."

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Delmarva Daily Times


New shop in Rehoboth turns old sails into handcrafted totes, bags

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Virtuoso Life


Beach Day

"Handmade in Portland, Maine, from recycled sails, Sea Bags' Blue Ogunquit Beach Tote features five pockets, including a zippered interior pocket and exterior pocket for wet swimsuits—plus a grommet in the bottom to let sand drain out."



Sea Bags seaside strategy, growth leads to five store openings

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Portland Press Herald


Sea Bags of Portland to open 5 new stores The planned openings include 3 Maine locations: Bar Harbor, Boothbay Harbor, and Ogunquit.

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Cape Gazette


Sea Bags opening Rehoboth location March 8

Don Oakes, CEO of Sea Bags, said the company is excited to be opening its first store in Delaware. “We’ve enjoyed warm welcomes in all the communities where we’ve opened stores and look forward to bringing our products closer to customers who already know us, and to those who will discover us for the first time in Rehoboth Beach,” he said.

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Exhale Lifestyle


Geek-Chic Accessories for the Techies Among Us

Channel those breezy Nantucket summer sails year-round with Sea Bags’ laptop covers. Handmade in Maine with slick-surfaced recycled racing sails (peep their bold black), they fit 13-inch computers and boast chunky zippers and extra protective padding.

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Women's Wear Daily


"Down by the wharf in Portland, Me., a little handbag company is setting sail for new territory. It includes more than 20 retail locations along the East Coast and 140,000 handmade bags sold each year."

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Southern Living


"What a fun way to celebrate a Southern beach gal, and we love that this is made from recycled sail cloth."

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"Feeling more nautically inclined? Sea Bags makes their duffels out of recycled Dacron sails and marine-grade zippers, all handmade in Portland, Maine."

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