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Rasta Jelly Microfibre, sand free beach/travel towel from SeaLife Differently by photographer Prue Wheeler

Sustainable & Sand Free

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Sand Free

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Quick Drying

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Perfect For

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Carry Pouch

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Photography by
Prue Wheeler

Made from Recycled

Compact &



Large Size
160cm x 80cm

2 Unique Designs

The ultimate towel... 
Inspired by the ocean

These large, sand free, sustainably made towels are ideal for the beach, pool, gym, yoga, camping, backpacking or at home.

The reversible design with 2 unique ocean inspired images per towel are designed in Australia by photographer Prue Wheeler.

 Enjoy this ultimate travel towel for yourself or it makes the perfect gift!


Made from 100 % recycled post consumer materials, you will be saving approximately 20 plastic bottles from going into landfill & have a versatile towel you will love to wrap yourself in. Made from recycled plastic fibers, but don't fret, there is no compromise on comfort with these soft and durable suede microfibre towels .

Sustainbly made 100% recyled plastics make sealife differently beach / travel towels.
Prue Wheeler underwater photographer and freediver on Ningaloo reef

About Prue......

I grew up in Sydney, and was drawn to the ocean from a very young age. My fascination and respect for all creatures that lived below the surface grew stronger with every dive. Wanting to share these experiences with others that did not wish to delve below, I bought my first underwater film camera at 15 years old.

I spent most weekends as a teenager diving Sydney Harbour & the NSW coast. At the earliest possible age I could I completed my divemaster's & headed for the warmer waters of Queensland, not long after I continued on with my SCUBA instructors & underwater photography on the Great Barrier Reef.

Although I have an appreciation for all animals large and small, I do love the mega-fauna. So, at age 21 I drove across the country to swim with a whale shark, and since then l have been making a career from photographing these big fish an array of other wildlife, here in Western Australia, as well as Africa, Mediterranean, Central America & Asia ....... & happy to still call Ningaloo home.

Through my photography I want to share with you the beauty of the ocean and to also highlight its fragility and its need for our love & protection.

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