Seals Really DO Taste Like Chicken

This picture was taken at Nauset Beach yesterday, on the start of Memorial Day Weekend.  Shows a gray seal that seems to have met on of our Chatham great whites.  Yikes!...

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OCEARCH Crew in Chatham Whites

We have been communicating with the folks from OCEARCH, the guys who place the satellite trackers on Great Whites.  Just sent them a box of CW apparel… hopefully they will wear it on one of the Shark Week...

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Chatham Merchants Association “Sharks in the Park”

We are one of 54 merchants in town that sponsored 4′ long sharks for the towns “Shark in the Park” activities this summer!  Various businesses teamed up with artists who painted or otherwise created sharks that will be on display around town.  Ours was a version of the “All American” stars and stripes shark found on our t-shirts.  We made the cover page of the Cape Cod Times Today!  Come check them out in Kate Gould Park off Main Street in...

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Getting ready to launch!

I am excited about Chatham Whites!  Of course, we HAVE been selling these for many years.  However, am glad to finally be moving forward on long thought out plans to establish it on it’s own.  We have tons of new merchandise in the store and web site should be operational in a...

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(NECN: Tim Kelley) – There’s a new reality on Cape Cod: You have to keep your eyes peeled for sharks.

This segment was produced by NECN (NECN: Tim Kelley) – There’s a new reality on Cape Cod: You have to keep your eyes peeled for sharks. Shawn Vecchione, owner of VEC Surfboards in Orleans, Mass., says they’re more common than you may think. “Every year, I usually see one. They usually just ignore you, or they’ll come back and check you out and then they’ll take off,” he says. Vecchione is your typical hardcore surfer. He makes a living working by and playing on the sea. For the Cape Cod native, when surf is up, his Orleans board shop is closed, and he’ll head for the same place he’s gone in the past three...

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