Hand-built by Morris & Barth
The Windjammer is a premiere seabag that offers the highest levels of utility and maritime tradition. Featuring a rich, oil-tanned leather bottom and a matching leather centreband, its extra-stout construction includes multiple reinforcements, heavyweight stitching and leather chafe patches throughout. Lifetime warranty.
available in 3 sizes and 14 colors
|Bag Size||Interior Volume||Typical Uses||Replaces|
8 x 12"
|603 cu. in.
2.6 gal (US)
|Carries personal effects, handheld tools & electronics, bottled beverages, rigging items, camera, iPad, small grocery items, fishing gear, first-aid supplies, ammo, etc.||small backpack, tool bag, kit bag, rigger's bag, handbag, etc.|
10 x 16"
|1257 cu. in.
5.4 gal (US)
|Ship-to-Shore/ dinghy/ Overnight excursion bag. Holds a small laptop, change of clothes, books, larger rigging items & gear, bagged groceries, jacket or sweater, etc.||adult-size backpack, crossbody/ messenger bag, medium carry-on|
12" x 20"
|2262 cu. in.
9.8 gal (US)
|All purpose sea bag for long weekends, passagemaking, etc. Packs & protects bulkier items like foul weather gear & chartbooks, with still more room for personal effects. Also makes a great provisioning and cargo bag for hauling groceries, ice, laundry, etc.||duffle bag, XL backpack, large carry-on|
18oz. Canvas Colors
"My second order of bags from M&B Shipcanvas - Made by sailors for sailors."
"As capt of a crusing sailboat and full time liveaboard i have a need and appreciation of quality and construction. Having purchased 5 of ur bags i was seriously impressed by quality of materials and the workmanship of ur bags. My daughter and granddaughters were estatic with their large bags, and my daughter loves small bag that she uses as a purse. The bags generate interest where ever they go and i never tire of extoling the virtues of doing business with ur company. From start to finish it was a pleasurable experience. Friendly personel, high ethic, generous and above all an exceptional product.. thank u for the experience."
John Copko. S/V NIMBUS