Many of our collections have a story behind them. The images, colors and overall feel of our product provides a tale worth telling. Our designs represent experiences or locations that have inspired us. Want to learn about what inspired your SeaMonkey product? Scroll below to find out more.
Cortez Pride COLLECTION
The historic Cortez Fishing Village is one of the last remaining active commercial fishing villages on Florida’s southwest Gulf coast. This iconic community boasts historic homes, shipyards, a commercial fishing market, and excellent waterfront restaurants including one of our favorites located at Mile Marker 49, Swordfish Bar and Grill.
Margarita Mermaid Collection
Despite Cozumel being a popular destination for cruisers, the 34 mile long by 11 mile wide island is surprisingly still largely undeveloped. Once you leave the bustling west side of the island heading East, your journey includes views of empty roads and tequila distilleries until you reach the coast.
Shark Diver Collection
Bimini, a small group of islands nestled in the western Bahamas, is renowned for its crystal-clear turquoise waters and vibrant marine life. Among the captivating creatures that grace these tropical waters, the bull shark holds a prominent place.
SeaMonkey Shack Collection
Pinneys Beach is a breathtaking stretch of shoreline located on the charming Caribbean island of Nevis. Renowned for its natural beauty, pristine waters, and golden sands, Pinneys Beach offers visitors a serene and idyllic coastal escape.
The Driftwood Collection
For those looking to venture off the beaten path (and land) Floyd’s Pelican Bar in Jamaica is sure to please. Accessible only by small boat, this small bar stands alone in the middle of the ocean just off the coast of Treasure Beach, Jamaica. Creatively constructed of driftwood, wood planks, and a palm frond roof, Floyd’s Pelican Bar provides for stunning views from it’s prime location in the middle of the ocean.
The Bait ball collection
Nested just off the coast of Staniel Cay in the Bahamas is the breathtaking Thunderball Grotto. While Thunderball Grotto may only look like a small uninhabited rock formation on the outside, the grotto consists of impressive underwater tunnels and a stunning hollow interior providing rays of light dancing through the opening. Thunderball Grotto attracts water enthusiasts from around the globe where just beneath the surface are schools of tropical fish swimming about in this impressive underwater paradise.
The Classic SeaMonkey Logo Collection
Countless hours of discussion on this beach is where SeaMonkey became a reality. This is where it all began: the look, feel and inspiration of the brand is rooted here. Armed with 2 beach chairs, a cooler and a speaker playing reggae tunes, we sought out to build something different. There are numerous places throughout the world that will play a part in the path of SeaMonkey but there will only be one place where it was born - Whitney Beach, Longboat Key.
The Just Shellin' Collection
Tucked away down an unassuming side street identified only by a surfboard shaped wooden sign nailed to a light post is Surfers Beach located on the island of Eleuthera. As the name would suggest, this beach located on the Atlantic side of the island is a go to for surfers, both local and those that have traveled from abroad. However, do not let the name of this beach intimidate you if you are not an adrenaline junkie. All are welcome here.
The Anchored in Paradise Collection
Alligator Reef Lighthouse is named after the USS Alligator, a U.S. Navy schooner that ran aground on the reef in 1822 and sank. The Lighthouse has been in place for over 150 years and now serves as home to some of the most beautiful species of coral and fish that you will find anywhere.
The Hula Gang Collection
When you think of surfers, hippies and quaint beach bars, Costa Rica is probably not the first place that comes to mind. However, providing all of that in a single location is the quirky beach town, Dominical. Located on the Central Pacific coastline, Dominical offers 2.5 miles of rocky beach, lush rainforests and about 700 fun loving residents who call Dominical home.