eau des merveilles - i think i've even READ in the description that it is supposed to evoke this smell salty driftwood smell. it is salty, mineral, spicy, warm, not one single hint of ozone - just. mmm.
This is pretty dumb, but I have a bottle of fake ambergris from the local head shop, and it smells exactly like salt water and ocean breeze. Cheap, too. It's not a complete perfume, though, only a note of ocean water.
A complete Oceanic fragrance is Montale Sandflowers, a nice marine note with juniper berries and oakmoss. Sort of dry and woody, but salty to the end.
Well, it's nothing new or exciting, but I'm wearing Dior Dune today. It has a very scrubby, salty, dune quality to it. I don't know if you would call it "driftwood" per se, but it's rather woody. And the amber sweeetens it. I'm enjoying it today. :-)
A new one that has just been launched would be Matthew Williamsons collection of 4 perfumes - incence, jasmine sambac, lotus and warm sands - the latter Warm Sands certainly brought back memories of a beach holiday I had in Thailand.. a salty earthiness that was warm and reassuring on my skin... lovely