Telltales Blog

Adventures and Tales of How Sea Bags Are Made

Becalmed in New York

It’s an eight-letter word dreaded by competitive sailors—especially in the midst of a racing regatta. When it happens, there is nothing anyone can do about it. You just wait–impatiently.

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Sustainably Maine

In 1999, Sea Bags started with a simple thought: What if we could find a way to repurpose sail cloth instead of throwing it away? Now, twenty years later, it’s time to tackle the question of “What if…” again.

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Mother's Day Gifts That Give Back

Thirteen years ago, as part of our commitment to give back to our local community, we created a limited-edition recycled sail cloth Pink Ribbon Tote to support the important work of Maine Cancer Foundation. It was enthusiastically appreciated by our loyal customers and started an annual campaign to support organizations providing cancer support programs in Maine.

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Back In Action: J/24 Midwinter Recap

The Sea Bags Women's Sailing Team got something they really wanted the first weekend of March. It was an extremely important reminder of how ready they are for season of competitive sailing in one of the most difficult and still male-dominated sports in the world.

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The Importance of Telltales

If you have watched a sailing race you may have noticed what looks like narrow ribbons attached to the boat's sails. You might have thought that those red, or green strips of fabric blowing in the wind were simply colorful adornments.

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