Atlantic SUPer Girls review dry bags for their NYC to Key West Expedition

Jules Gismondi of the Atlantic SUPer Girls review dry bags for their NYC to Key West Expedition.

They are using a 60 liter Sealline dry bag and a 30 liter sealline dry bag which keeps their food and a 20 liter that keeps their kitchen stuff. They have attachment options to secure them to the deck of the board.
SealLine at REI regularly $139.95 on sale $1.00

Watershed Aleutian Deck Bag
Watershed Aleutian Deck Bag

They are using the Watershed Aleutian Deck Bag. They seal incredibly well and have 5 attachment points which makes it really easy and secure when attached to your SUP or kayak.

Watershed Yukon is the drybag duffle that holds their clothes and toiletries. The come with  4 D-rings that they use with bungees. They keep their clothes in a Sea to Summit eVAC Dry Sack because they compress really well and fit into the Yukon.




About the SUPergirls

The SUPerGirls—Louanne Harris and Julieta “Jules” Gismondi—are paddling standup paddleboards from New York to Miami to raise awareness of issues that affect our health, our environment and our lives.

“Our expedition’s objective is to inspire action towards a healthier planet and a healthier way of life. Two thirds of the funds raised during our trip will be donated to important causes that are very dear to us: Mission Blue and First Descents. We will also be collecting data as we paddle along the coast and contributing the results to research focused on studying the changes that are happening in our oceans and waterways. We want to help understand how we affect these as well as how they affect us. Your help means the world! We are eternally grateful for your support.”

Two thirds of the funds raised will be split between First Descents ( andMission Blue (

First Descents provides life-changing outdoor adventures for young adults (age 18-39) impacted by cancer. For more information on First Descents, go to:

Mission Blue is an initiative of the Sylvia Earle Alliance to ignite public support for the protection of Hope Spots – special places that are vital to the health of the ocean – through the creation of a global network of marine protected areas to safeguard 20% of the ocean by 2020. For more information on Mission Blue, go to:

For more information about Louanne and Jules on their adventure, go to:

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