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New Gear: SealLine Zip Dry Duffle Bag

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SealLine Zip Dry Duffle Bag

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When it comes to packing for a sailing trip, you need to remember two things about your bags—keep them small, and keep them soft. Nothing sinks the heart of a skipper like watching a charter guest stroll down the docks wheeling a big, hard-rolling suitcase. The SealLine zip dry duffle bag is a good fit for chartering. Available with a 40- or 75-liter capacity, it is big enough to hold what you need for a weekend or week on the boat, and after you’ve unpacked it is easy to stow out of the way. Also, on the off chance that it takes a swim off the dink, the dock or the deck, the bag’s 19oz Scrim-reinforced vinyl construction and waterproof zipper will make sure your gear stays dry and your week isn’t ruined.
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