About us

Marie Christine Lacombe

A new project that allows me to connect several threads to weave my web according to my imagination.  An opportunity to create unique pieces and to live at my own pace according to my priorities. Surrounded by people with multiple talents, this adventure has everything to please me.

I always bring something back from my travels, in 2000 it was the passion of sailing, which then led me to the love of a sailor in 2005 and the realization of a dream two years later: a one year trip on our sailboat Margarita II with my family to the Caribbean. Proud sailor of more than 20 years racing with friends, sailing on Lake Champlain and playing with the wind on my Lazer, sailing is my passion. 

Producing locally is important and to please is a joy.

Within its means, Ga-Oh hopes to contribute to our future by returning a portion of its profits to environmental causes and organizations dedicated to the well-being of children.

Collection

The production has started and is progressing every day! Ga-Oh products can be found on its online store. Bags, of course, but also objects for your decor! And why not furniture!

Ga-Oh is committed to a product that will stand out for its quality of workmanship, durability, uniqueness, contemporary design and eco-responsibility. Locally made products.

The sails that are collected are first cleaned. As each sail has its own characteristics, the cutting stage is crucial and allows us to take advantage of the nature and benefits of each. We take inspiration from the seam lines, patterns, and figures of a sail and use whatever is possible to use. We sometimes incorporate canvas that comes from the scraps of local businesses. The same is true for the ropes that are sometimes used as braids.  

Next step: find a recycled material that can replace the new liners we use. Suggestions? New materials are used for your convenience, and the durability that Ga-Oh wants to give to its products.

Local and eco-friendly product

The sails that are collected are first cleaned. We take care to use products that are biodegradable.


As each sail has its own characteristics, the cutting stage is essential to take advantage of the nature and benefits of each. We are inspired by the seam lines, patterns, and figures of a sail and use whatever is possible to use.


We sometimes use canvas from local companies. The same is true for the ropes that are sometimes used as ganse.

Next step: find a recycled material that can replace the new liners we use. Suggestions?

Limited Edition

Ga-Oh is proud to present limited edition pieces.  Always made of recycled sails, these unique models will salute exploits, builders, athletes, legendary boat classes.

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