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Ahoy there Skipper! This exclusive Sea Bag is a collaboration with local watercolor artist Sara Fitz. These one of a kind totes are handcrafted from recycled sailboat sails in Portland, Maine.
This gorgeous handmade quilt represents all of Southern Maine delicately hand-stitched on the surface from Portland to Kennebunkport, Prouts Neck, Biddeford Pool, and York.
The sunshine is coming and boat days are calling. The classic deck shoe silhouette has been reimagined in signature Native Shoes style with shock-absorbance, odor-resistance and hand-washable - ready for all your ocean-faring adventures.
Set sail and take flight! These awesome mini ship kites by Haptic lab really fly, and look beautiful when they do. When not in the air, they can also be displayed inside. Best in very strong wind from a beach or hilltop.
We love these nautical rope bracelets that remind us of sailing along the coast of Kennebunkport. Made from genuine marine-grade line and fastened with a solid clasp, they'll look great on their own or stacked with others.
Looking for a new outdoor game? Petanque is a great choice! The French version of bocce is fun for the whole family.
This large sized tray is perfect for both home decor and entertaining. Use for serving up beverages, to dress up your coffee table or just to celebrate the southern coast of Maine! Exclusively sold at Daytrip Society.
A fun and functional fish-shaped corkscrew. Small and compact, it fits in a pocket to take anywhere! Makes a great gift for a sommelier or bartender.
These Maine State pint glasses are a great way to represent Vacationland. Custom made for Daytrip Society and ready to be filled with your favorite cold beverage!
A friendly whale is a welcome addition to any home!
These convenient tear-off notepads from Sara Fitz add the perfect touch of New England charm to your list making, and are pretty enough for your desk or counter.
Inspired by the generation of explorers who relied on their binoculars to discover the unknown, Nocs are built for the modern explorer who carries on that spirit of exploration and curiosity.