Beach Cabanas for Sale – Saltwater Canvas® LLC

Beach Cabanas for Sale

beach cabanas

We have designed and manufactured beach cabanas since 1991. These were our first Saltwater Canvas product, made of weather and sunproof Sunbrella® Fabric on metal tubing. These last a generation, with care, and are a very special product, especially for me. We grew up on Cape Cod with a small cabana that my father bought on our way to the Cape, one morning. These were from Cuba, made of cotton canvas, with fringe, and came to the beach with us, all the time.
When my own children were beachworthy, I went looking for a cabana, and all I could find was nylon pup tent type things, which were hot and hard to put up, and often blew down. Frustrated, I went into my parents' attic, and found our old cabana, stripped off the old cotton, and hand sewed on some fabric. It was ugly, but did the job of covering my children. Years later, I decided to redo the cabana in a few different sizes and colors, in a more weatherproof fabric. We've had cabanas sold as rentals, mainly in the MA area, such as Chatham Bars Inn, Mattaquesett, Liams, the Wequasset Inn, all with re-orders. We've sold hundreds to families. Just last week, we sent 2 small ones off to Australia!
Long story long, we are selling off all of our stock. If you are looking for a generation of sun protection, and ease of use, these colorful beauties are for you. These are made by Saltwater Canvas®, including cutting and bending the aluminum, patterning and sewing and mounting the fabric. Every cabana is a one of a kind gem.

3 - 84" wide x 54" high large cabanas
8 - 64" wide x 48" high medium cabanas
2 - 52" wide x 42" high med/small cabanas
1 - 43" wide x 39" high small cabana

We are selling off the last of our inventory, on a pick up only basis, in Newton, Massachusetts. These are the only portable, sunproof, well built beach cabanas made for families in the world. Large cabanas will fit in a minivan, medium cabanas fit in an SUV, and the small ones usually fit into a car trunk. When folded up, they don't take up much space; they look like a square U.