Adventures and Tales of How Sea Bags Are Made
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to keep more than 700 tons of sails out of the landfill? Because we’ve been repurposing sails since 1999, it’s second nature to us, but requires a lot of planning and hard work.
Plans are in motion to move the Sea Bags Flagship store down the street to a space more than three times the size of a typical store. With our retail footprint expanding throughout New England and beyond, we jumped at the opportunity to also expand in our hometown of Portland, Maine.
Each year, Sea Bags teams up with like-minded environmental organizations to celebrate Earth Day. Among many notable causes to support, ocean conservation remains at the forefront of importance to our brand, and in protecting the future of ocean habitats. This year, we're excited to partner with No Shoes Reefs, a grass roots organization led by Kenny Chesney.
There's nothing more gratifying than coming together as a community to overcome obstacles and give back to an important cause. Despite the hardships of 2020, one thing has remained the same; Maine communities continue to come together.
In January of 2020, Captain Joe Nickerson and his crew perished at sea while fishing aboard the F/V Hayley Ann. In honor of her father, Captain Joe’s daughter Hayley designed a tote in partnership with the Maine Coast Fisherman’s Association and Sea Bags.