Editor's Choice: Musto 65L waterproof dry carryall

It's a fact of life that boats get wet and an equally but more uncomfortable fact that kit gets wet too if its not kept somewhere good and waterproof.Galloping to the rescue of everyone who’s ever been caught out in the rain (i.e. all of us) comes the Musto 65L carryall. A dry carryall designed to withstand whatever the heavens and oceans decide to throw at us, including torrential rain, cloudbursts and heavy spray. Offered in a single black and grey colourway, the […] This article Editor's Choice: Musto 65L waterproof dry carryall appeared first on Motor Boat & Yachting.

Editor's Choice: Musto 65L waterproof dry carryall

It's a fact of life that boats get wet and an equally but more uncomfortable fact that kit gets wet too if its not kept somewhere good and waterproof.

Galloping to the rescue of everyone who’s ever been caught out in the rain (i.e. all of us) comes the Musto 65L carryall.

A dry carryall designed to withstand whatever the heavens and oceans decide to throw at us, including torrential rain, cloudbursts and heavy spray.

Offered in a single black and grey colourway, the Musto 65L carryall has the look of a tough no-nonsense bag that certainly means business.

A glance at its features shows this very much to be the case. Central to its storm-proof design is a bonded construction which does away with the need for stitching and zips – the very places water likes best.

Instead, the carryall features a rollover, watertight top that’s secured with a buckle. And if too much air gets trapped inside when the joint is sealed, there’s a handy built-in pressure release valve – Musto have thought of everything.

The bag itself is made from durable coated polyester, which is resistant to abrasions, dirt, saltwater and UV rays.

We think the translucent window on the front, which helps you check your belongings without having to open up the bag, is a particularly useful feature, especially if it happens to be raining at the time.

There’s also a nameplate to aid identification, and for those who prefer lugging to wearing, the bag’s adjustable padded shoulder strap can be easily removed.

Measuring up at 70 cm long by 30 cm high and 30 cm wide and with a 65-litre carrying capacity, the Musto 65L carryall provides sufficient space for a long weekend away, making it an ideal choice for many in the boating community.

Price: £85 (inc. VAT)

Buy it now on Musto.com

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Editor’s Choice: Waterhaul Zennor sunglasses

If ever there was a product for our times, this has to be it - Waterhaul's Zennor sunglasses.In common with every other product in the company’s range of eyewear the Zennor sunglasses – are upcycled from plastic intercepted from the oceans by this pioneering, Cornwall-based firm. The idea was the brainchild of founder Harry Dennis, who decided the time had come to do something useful with some of the 640,000 tonnes of […] This article Editor’s Choice: Waterhaul Zennor sunglasses appeared first on Motor Boat & Yachting.

Editor’s Choice: Waterhaul Zennor sunglasses

If ever there was a product for our times, this has to be it - Waterhaul's Zennor sunglasses.

In common with every other product in the company’s range of eyewear the Zennor sunglasses – are upcycled from plastic intercepted from the oceans by this pioneering, Cornwall-based firm.

The idea was the brainchild of founder Harry Dennis, who decided the time had come to do something useful with some of the 640,000 tonnes of fishing nets he claims are lost or discarded every year.

By regarding these strong and durable spent nets as a misallocated resource rather than waste, Harry set about creating his business proposition.

A selection of great looking sunglasses of which the Waterhaul Zennor is the model we believe will be of interest to the boating community.

That’s because the Zennor features a chunky wrap around frame that grips securely and prevents glare from light straying into the field of vision from the sides.

The Zennor is made entirely of old trawl nets and fitted with polarised polycarbonate lenses.

They’re lightweight, offer a high level of UVA/UVB protection and are fully sustainable – for even if you break them, or just decide you no longer want them, all is not lost.

That’s because every pair of Waterhaul frames are covered by the company’s ‘recycle and replace’ lifetime guarantee.

All you have to do is return your frames and Harry will repair or replace them for free. It’s what he calls a ‘circular economy’, part of his mission to achieve a 100% recycling rate.

If you think all this sounds too goo to be true, it isn’t – and it doesn’t stop there either. Every pair of Waterhaul Zennor sunglasses comes in a sustainable cork tri-folding hard case.

Every element of the company’s supply chain has been audited to ensure it is free from single-use plastic.

So even if your Zennors do have to go back to Harry, they’ll coming winging back to you in a harm-free recycled wood-pulp pack. Impressive, eh?

Price: £75 (inc. VAT)

Buy it now on Waterhaul.co

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Read YBW’s guide to the best boating sunglasses on the market right now.

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