Holiday Cards From BoatUS Foundation Give Back To Boating

Holiday Cards 2020

Dec 3, 2020

Holiday greeting cards from the non-profit BoatUS Foundation also give back to boating. Credit: Salt Harbor Studios

Customize your own nautically themed greetings and help support boating safety, clean water efforts for recreational boaters.

This year, people are sending more holiday cards than ever. So where can a boater find cards that make the personal connection we crave? The BoatUS Foundation’s nautically themed cards from Salt Harbor Studios offer customizable card designs crafted on high-quality FSC Certified paper in the U.S. using natural inks with 0% VOC.

A portion of each card purchase supports the non-profit BoatUS Foundation’s mission of promoting safe and clean boating..

To order, simply go to, choose your favorite design and create your greeting.

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