Saving The Ocean One Wreath At A Time

November 14, 2011

Each year, we look forward to the start of our fresh wreath shipping season, and the opportunity to help protect our oceans.  While most of our coastal-themed wreaths ship year-round, our fresh Noble Fir wreaths ship Nov. 8 - Dec. 20 only. What a beautiful coastal accent, and wonderful fragrance these wreaths add to your home, and what a great way to support ocean restoration!

[caption id="attachment_870" align="alignnone" width="295" caption="SeaKeepers Fresh Coastal Wreath"][/caption] Your purchase of any Nautical Luxuries wreath from October through December, helps support ocean monitoring and research through our donation to the International SeaKeepers Society. Each wreath ships with a note to the recipient that the purchase of their wreath has contributed to the SeaKeepers' efforts to protect and restore the oceans. [caption id="attachment_871" align="alignnone" width="293" caption="Nantucket Island Fresh Coastal Wreath"][/caption] The International SeaKeepers Society is a non-profit organization comprised of entrepreneurs, yachtsmen, corporations, divers, scientists and concerned citizens, all dedicated to protecting and restoring the health of the world's ocean.  The SeaKeepers' mission is to gather and distribute the most useful oceanographic and atmospheric data from which to draw rational conclusions concerning the health of the world's ocean's and climate. These data are provided to governments, scientists, educational institutions and private citizens worldwide. To learn more about the International SeaKeepers Society, visit their website at [caption id="attachment_872" align="alignnone" width="289" caption="Winter Harbor Preserved Coastal Wreath"][/caption] We can't think of a more appropriate corporate or personal gift for nautical enthusiasts to give or receive this holiday season, than a welcoming wreath adorned with the sea's bounty; a beautiful statement of your passion and commitment to the sea! DJ

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