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Do find yourself scrolling through Instagram, gazing at the amazing beach and ocean scenes wishing you were there?  I spend hours staring at beach sunrises, sailboats cutting through turquoise waters and waves crashing on deserted beaches. To get you in the summer beach mood, below are some of our favorites.  These photographers capture the beauty of our ocean and beaches, transporting us to far off places.  Click the pics below to see their pages. maxwelhohn     shawnheinrichs     Kincaidgalleries     These are just a few of our favorites.  Follow us on Instagram as we repost amazing pics every...

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A Must-Read before you buy your next bottle of sunscreen!   Hawaii just made a huge step in protecting the reefs around the islands becoming the 1st state to ban certain chemical-laden sunscreens; and Key West has followed up with their own law.  These new laws will be effective January 1, 2021.  This law bans the use of oxybenzone and octinoxate in sunscreens sold in the state.  Studies have shown that these chemicals, as well as others found in popular brands, have been linked to chemical bleaching, a deadly process that is decimating our reefs worldwide.  Up to 6,000 tons...

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Who doesn’t love a day at the beach?  There is something calming about sitting in the sand, toes in the water, listening to the surf.  It’s therapeutic.  We play for hours in tide pools and the shore break.  Some go deep beneath the surface, in awe of the beautiful reefs and fish, while others are searching for the perfect wave.  For some, it is their livelihood. Regardless of what it is that draws you to the ocean, we all share one thought.  We want to be able to continue to have this escape.  We want to see our beaches and...

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SHOP NOW Our oceans are in more trouble than ever before. Right now it is estimated that up to 12 million metric tons of plastic—everything from plastic bottles and bags to microbeads—end up in our oceans each year. That’s a truckload of trash every minute. Traveling on ocean currents, this plastic is now turning up in every corner of our planet, from Florida beaches to uninhabited Pacific islands. DevOcean is a lifestyle and conservation movement committed to inspiring, engaging, and empowering change to save the oceans and their marine animals. Through apparel and accessory sales, we are raising money for beach...

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