Cape Clasp Journal

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With more than 500 miles of coastline, Cape Cod is arguably one of the best beach destinations in the country, even in the world. Cross some of the beaches off your to-do list this summer and check out our five favorite Cape beaches. Nobska Light, Falmouth If you’re looking for a beautiful place to take photos, Nobska Light is the beach for you. Located near Woods Hole in Falmouth, Nobska Light is situated on a bluff overlooking the ocean and surrounding town. The lighthouse was built nearly two hundred years ago to help safely guide mariners out at sea. Today,...

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Protecting the environment doesn’t have to be hard. Small lifestyle changes can add up to make a world of a difference if enough people commit to it. One example: the movement to end of our reliance on single-use plastic straws. There’s a growing call to #stopsucking, and one of our favorite places, Nantucket, has joined the movement. This year, Nantucket is leading the charge on a straw ban across the island. As we start packing for our trip to Nantucket for Figawi, we challenge you to join us in kicking the straw habit. On Instagram, post or story your strawless...

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A trip to Cape Cod isn’t complete without a trip to the beach or your favorite ice cream shop. But with the Cape being 70 miles long from the bridge to Provincetown, there are seemingly endless options to choose from. We’ve pulled together a couple top picks (and one bonus) for you to check off your list this summer. The Ice Cream Smuggler 716 Main Street, Dennis Not many establishments can say that they received the accolade of being featured on The Food Network’s show “The Best Thing I Ever Ate,” but The Ice Cream Smuggler in Dennis can say just...

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Cape Clasp was founded with a mission to protect marine ecosystems across the globe. Through our partnership model, we donate 15% of profits from each design to a related nonprofit, and we want to share their stories with you. Introducing our Hammerhead Necklace partner: The Watermen Project. The Watermen Project is a Swiss nonprofit organization that is dedicated to marine conservation, focusing on sharks. The organization was founded in 2012 by competitive freediver William Winram. The Watermen Project approaches shark research differently than most. Instead of photographing and tagging sharks from large metal diving cages or noisy boats, the researchers...

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This week it finally got warm enough to put the boat in the water and we wanted to take you along for the ride. Thanks for watching - please subscribe to us on YouTube!