What’s in your Maine Sea Bag?
You don’t have to be a maniac to appreciate the joys of Maine. When the last snow finally melts, Maine is all about sun, surf, and excellent sailing conditions.
Since 1999, two Maine sailors, Hannah Kubiak and Beth Shissler, and their dedicated crew have been spending their winters creating Sea Bags using authentic sails.
After sailing around the world, the old sails get recycled in Maine. Hannah and Beth solicit used sails on the site, and willingly trade Sea Bags for the material to make them. Each Sea Bag is designed around the sail itself, so no two are exactly alike.
What should go into a Smart Woman’s Sea Bag?
The physician-endorsed Beach Diva Hat with a 6″ brim, in white or black, folds up for packing in a beach bag (or suitcase).
The Mary Kay Limited Edition Vacation Getaway Collection in an airport-friendly, clear cosmetic bag, includes travel size Mary Kay 30 SPF Sunscreen for the body, and After Sun Replenishing Gel.
Pick your favorite beach read from the Book Reporter Beach Reads List. Try Step-Ball-Change by Jeanne Ray or anything by Janet Evanovich.
Stepping on to that sail boat without your Psi Band could be the end of a fun-filled day on the waves. Research has proven that wrist acupressure can significantly reduce symptoms of nausea associated with motion sickness. Psi Bands are drug free, adjustable, reusable, affordable and fashionable.
Leave the sand at the beach and not in your shoes. Pat the Powder Pouch over sandy skin, and sand falls away like magic. Use it on car seats and upholstery too. The 100% cotton pouch is washable and refillable.
OK, your bag is packed, go sailing.